After a couple of rainy days when I was stuck inside with a cold, I was getting anxious to get out with my camera, but wasn’t feeling up to it. Instead, I thought I’d stay inside where it was warm and dry and try to find something creative to do with my camera.
These images were created by pouring some cooking oil into a glass container of water. The container was elevated over several colourful swatches and these macro images are what resulted from my efforts.
Almost like snowflakes, no two images turn out the same, as the oil was moving slowly across the surface of the water, constantly changing shape as oil blobs joined each other.
It’s always fun to experiment with a camera, even when stuck inside. I’m glad I didn’t let a little cold keep me from making some interesting images.
These are really creative. I may borrow that idea for photos on bubbles for my photo club.
Glad you liked them. I was thinking of experimenting a bit more and then bringing it to my local photo club as well. 📷😊
Are you the Drake that was in the recent Oopoomoo resolve course?
Yes, I am. Funny you asked, because I was thinking the same thing when I saw your name on the second course! I really enjoyed the experience and it was good to see so many others participating.
I wonder how many took the course – I don’t think everyone posted. I got a lot out of it but had no desire to even look at my camera today!
I know all 3 courses filled up quickly and thought someone mentioned there were 20(?) spots on each. I was glad I signed up quickly and got a spot.