+Alex Koloskov The drops off to the left side have a little different shape than the drips coming off the flower, I was wondering if those drops on the side are actually drips placed on a flat surface then titled enough to give the look of falling color ? do you understand what I am asking ?
WOW from far away it looks like a rose but when u zoom in u can clearly see an unsuspected snail..wonderful work alex!!..I just made a google account today and went to what's hot and I've looked through 18 of 85 and this is my favorite so far..besides the beautiful butterfly!! I can't pick a fav their all beyond great work that's talent!! :) I'm gonna put this up on my wall!Thx u!
I love this I'm looking through all 85pics and this 1 came along I knew exactly what it is a ring bcuz I've been waiting 4 a ring 4 8yrs!!lol ;) but I would LOVE to see more of ur work with jewelry great idea!!!
+Jeremy Guinaugh Yes, I see what you are saying. No, these are real drops, and their shape (slightly twisted) are real. Not sure what they coke up this way, but we decided not to fix their shape, as it was natural. The only what we adjusted is their position.
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+Alex Koloskov That is kind of strange, but like you said its natural so its hard to really explain :P Anywho love the composition, always fun to work with yellow because its such an overpowering color in a photograph, I always love to see how artists handle it in their compositions.
+Bill Cahill yep, I've seen this but did not pay much attention. +Genia Larionova Likes them and did not remove in post. Thank you for bringing this up: I would not think about strobes not being synced. Usually I have all of them with slave cell turned off, so thank you for the tip! Next time I'll fire only one and sync the rest by slaving.