Friday, June 26, 2009

Macro-photographs of light interference on soap bubbles.

Macro-photographs of light interference on soap bubbles.

An ongoing long term-project begun in 2005.
The photographs showcased here are part of a series titled "A Kind Of Magic" and are available as fine art limited edition prints.

How it's made:

A flat soap film is made by dipping a wire frame into the soap bubble mixture.
The frame is held above a dark surface, and a studio light is aimed at the bubble. The camera is aimed so that the reflection of the light will be seen over the entire surface of the bubble, and a macro-photograph is taken of that reflection.

All images are created completely in the camera with minor contrast and saturation adjustments.

For more images and info please visit:

Via: BogdanChesaru

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