SPLASH!!!! [explored]

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  1. Arlo West 39 months ago | reply

    Incredible!

  2. apophisnico 38 months ago | reply

    Wowwww! amazing Work! It's perfect! thank you for setup!congrats for Explore!

  3. Dorret 38 months ago | reply

    Saw the article in the DIY Photography Blog. Thanks for sharing! This is so impressive.

  4. Insight Imaging: John A Ryan Photography 38 months ago | reply

    Explore is one thing... but also on the PetaPixal blog!!!! Congrats

  5. Ingiurie disdicevoli 38 months ago | reply

    :O fantastic!!!!!!!!!

  6. Canonshot Mole 38 months ago | reply

    Now that is bloody amazing !! Well done !

  7. bubbahbambubaharts 37 months ago | reply

    ohhh its perfect , maybe i cant do this never , its brilliant , how do you do?? see you later

  8. veryvinita 35 months ago | reply

    this is amazing!!

  9. OO*joRe's 35 months ago | reply

    brilliant work!!

  10. moose malloy 34 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing the technique. My friends and I have shamelessly copied it with excellent results! (With full credit, of course)

  11. Rebbel68 34 months ago | reply

    Hallo daar, mooi gedaan hoor...Ik was op zoek op internet.....typte in hoe maak ik een splash....toen kwam ik bij jou uitleg uit.....Simpel schrijf je.....En in zekere zin is t ook wel zo maar je moet toch wel een heel setje bouwen en wat zaken in huis hebben die ik niet direct heb....Maar het is zeker inspirerend....Ga wel kijken of ik er iets mee kan....Leuk dat je het ook deelt met anderen....Gr Rebecca

  12. Vincent Riemersma 34 months ago | reply

    simpel is een relatief begrip ;) maar indien geen 2 linkerhanden en toegang tot de benodigde onderdelen denk ik dat het iedereen moet lukken. Dus daar doel ik op met de benaming 'simpel'.

    Succes als je het gaat proberen en als je ergens vastloopt dan moet je maar een direct message sturen (of in een comment).

    gr
    Vincent

  13. Kyle Meadows Photography 33 months ago | reply

    Fantastic series of shots!
    i love your work, and im going to give this type of shot a go.
    However, how did you show the bottom of the glass in this shot if it was taped to the surface?
    thanks

  14. Vincent Riemersma 33 months ago | reply

    I glued the glasses to the shelve!

    The other glasses that i did previous to this serie were in fact taped. But since I did not like keeping the bottoms out of the picture AND since this solution wasn't as solid as i hoped (the glasses moved because of the collision) glueing was a better option.

  15. M.A.Gibson 27 months ago | reply

    Very Nice Capture, Amazing Composition

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