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01/30/2010 12:30:12 PM · #1
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'Tribute to James Cameron's The abyss' by sarampo

View this tutorial here.

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01/30/2010 12:50:48 PM · #2
You look like Ryan out of "The Office"..

nice tutorial.
01/30/2010 01:15:18 PM · #3
wow, great explanation, I wanna thank you for this beautiful and very detailed tutorial... If I will try to do the same thing, I will tell you...

congratulations also for the ribbon!
01/30/2010 01:15:27 PM · #4
Very cool shot and tutorial, I guess I am confused that the bubble doesn't break when you drop water onto it! So the water just goes through and the bubble stays whole?
01/30/2010 04:21:38 PM · #5
That's exactly what I was wondering. You are actually dripping water through the bubble and it doesn't break?
01/30/2010 06:12:20 PM · #6
Thanks for the tutorial, very enlighting!
01/31/2010 05:03:32 PM · #7
Hello to all!

I'm so glad you liked it, I tried to be as complete as possible :)

Originally posted by KarenNfld:

Very cool shot and tutorial, I guess I am confused that the bubble doesn't break when you drop water onto it! So the water just goes through and the bubble stays whole?

Originally posted by freakin_hilarious:

That's exactly what I was wondering. You are actually dripping water through the bubble and it doesn't break?

Hi Karen and Nathan! Yes, that's exactly it, the bubble stays hole. I've no idea if the quality of the soap has any effect, but since the drop is very quick the bubble regenerates itself.

Originally posted by Simms:

You look like Ryan out of "The Office"..

I still have to see if it's a compliment or not :-P
I have The Office on my hard drive still to watch, but I'll be on the lookout for Ryan ;-)

Thanks again!
01/31/2010 07:15:22 PM · #8
Ryan from "The Office"
02/02/2010 04:48:56 PM · #9
Originally posted by Venom:

Ryan from "The Office"


He looks like Frankenstein! You're absolutely right. :-)
02/13/2010 04:23:49 PM · #10
Thank you for this tutorial Joao.
I myself was also surprised to see and read that the drop wouldn't break the bubble.
I believed that a whole box of tricks would have been behind this. But no, it's as simple as can be.
04/03/2010 12:47:50 AM · #11
Thanks for the tutorial! Really helpful!
07/27/2010 08:02:18 PM · #12
Terrific turorial. Thanks!
08/01/2010 04:34:26 PM · #13
Thanks for this very nice tutorial! I tried it with my photoclub friends. We used two flashes at the sides pointed at the bubble instead of just one at the front. We also tried some shots with milk.
03/05/2011 01:54:01 PM · #14
Which Topaz Plug-in has the smooth portrait preset?
03/05/2011 01:56:19 PM · #15
Originally posted by lilewis:

Which Topaz Plug-in has the smooth portrait preset?


Hi Loren,

It was Topaz Adjust, the portrait smooth helps retain larger details.
03/05/2011 03:21:32 PM · #16
Thanks you Sarampo. You have demonstrated a really cool effect.
03/28/2011 09:39:30 AM · #17
thanks for this tutorial! will definitely try this when i already got a flash
03/28/2011 03:39:40 PM · #18
Thank you for this. It is very helpful.
03/28/2011 04:01:41 PM · #19
Thanks, it was great doing it :-D
03/28/2011 04:33:56 PM · #20
just tried this out and got some ok shots out of it. Thank you for it :-D
03/28/2011 04:37:02 PM · #21
Originally posted by Adz:

just tried this out and got some ok shots out of it. Thank you for it :-D


Cool, glad you tried it, if you want to share them feel free ;-)
12/26/2012 07:02:58 PM · #22
Wonderful tutorial!
12/26/2012 07:05:20 PM · #23
thanks for the tutorial and all the info
12/27/2012 05:30:17 PM · #24
Sometimes we forget the wealth of information on this site.

This is a splendid tutorial. Thanks for bringing it up again!

:)
03/03/2013 10:59:57 AM · #25
wow!! Amazing pic!
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