[img] bubbles and wine, three photos.

Ever since Sigma photographer Olga Vasilkova showed her amazing bubble work I wanted to explore the world of bubbles myself so last night me and Linn took a small, pretty square, glass flower vase and pulled the SD14 trigger. Lenses used was Sigma 50mm and 70mm EX. Click each image for bigger version.
This one should be viewed at 100%, I will later change link to original size. Remember that the vase used had pretty thick glass walls so it was really a very bad setup but result is still so nice. Pretty amazing what you can do with a little bit of water. :)
This was acually the very first image and there has been some cleanup done in the background. You can find a different version of the same photo over at Linn’s blogg.
This last photo was from another serie that I will show more from later and I’m again inspired by the work of Olga. The SD14 is such an amazing tool in the studio! Quality is amazing and prints are even more amazing. If you look carefully you see that red is blown-out but that’s just my tweaks fault. I just don’t have the energy to go back and make it nice again. hehe. There is a redish tint in the background, it IS part of the image. :)

[Bubble photo talk over at www.99.se and www.fotosidan.se ]

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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4 Responses to [img] bubbles and wine, three photos.

  1. Linn says:

    great Carl!!! :)

    we have different opinions about the second one!
    i like the extra bubbles because they look more alive, but Carl like a clean picture~~~~~
    anyways, i think both of them are very nice~~~ :)

    Love from Linn

  2. Alroe says:

    Hi Carl, looks great. I like the yellow chili the most; those are amazingly clean bubbles. Good work. See you both in the fall on your next visit here!

    Alroe.

  3. Hi Alroe!! So nice of you to stop by! I heard you have some cool beer getting brewed as we speak. nice. And, thinking maybe I should post a full size version of that yellow spanish pepper. mmm..

    See you anyways! Will be nice meeting you again!

  4. spalbird says:

    Hmmm, could you be so nice to explain how you achieve the bubbles? As far I remember Olga managed to take her great pictures with the SD10. Probably it is more fun using the SD14… How many bubbles are on the banana?

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