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    These took quite a few takes to get correct, but I'm really happy with the results. Have to try a few more. Would prefer slightly less spray (less delay), but then the balloon rubber is more likely to be in the shot.

    Strobist: SB600 on camera left and below, gobo'd, on 1/64th power. SB800 on camera right and above, gobo'd on 1/64th. White balloon with clear water. Retouching / correction in Aperture.

    jakeelizaldeHASaNEWaccount, sindrel, and 287 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. thedarkjedix 41 months ago | reply

      i wish i could use this as a desk top background

    2. some girl named jess 41 months ago | reply

      Absolutely brilliant!!!!!!

    3. misterOphoto 41 months ago | reply

      Super cool!!!

    4. Emmanuel RIGAUT 41 months ago | reply

      Great shot. Congrats on the Yahoo exposure !

    5. Chief Hitting Cloud 41 months ago | reply

      You have captured Einstein's most fragile moment ,,,nice capture,,,,,You made the news stream to,,, congratulations,,,

    6. dagarshali 41 months ago | reply

      Could you please give the details of the set up as to how the camera was triggered at the right moment?

    7. leadi2 41 months ago | reply


    8. SM Photo 41 months ago | reply

      Fabulous work.

    9. Lucas- Bernard [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      great shot man came across it when i opened up yahoo congrats.

    10. Erroba 41 months ago | reply

      Incredible and curious that it looks so symmetrical.

    11. sunnyUK 41 months ago | reply

      Absolutely brilliant!

    12. Lisa Asil 41 months ago | reply

      Absolutely amazing shot! Congratulations on your Yahoo exposure!

    13. DeAusen 41 months ago | reply

      how in the world did you time this? haha.

    14. Dörnveek 40 months ago | reply

      104K hits. not too shabby =)

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