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Soap Bubbles at -9°C (15,8°F). Photos by Angela Kelly. I have to try this :-)

Spectacular Photos of Bubbles Frozen in Frigid Temperatures


This image reminds me of something you would look at under a microscope such as cells or organisms. It is such a simple image yet it seems to hold a lot of detail. I think this topic could be a great starting point for a project. This image could create such a great abstract pattern. The monochrome colours give it a very modern feel but it still maintains its natural element.


Light Interference on a Soap Bubble by Lesley Williamson The phenomenon of light reflecting off a soap bubble is rarely observed. The iridescent colours are caused by interfering light waves, some of which reflect off the outer surface. I used a macro lens in order to capture this in detail. No adjustments were made to colour or saturation in Photoshop, only a simple square crop!


35 Stunning Examples Of Soap Bubble Photography

Tree Foregrounded in a Soap Bubble Trees reflected in a soap bubble. I'm amazed at how the tree at the top seems so foregrounded. I've been experimenting with ISO and aperture today. I love the sharpness of the tree here and how you can actually see shadows on the trunk and branches.


The Iris pendant light appears like a permanent iridescent soap bubble. It is the result of ambitious craftsmanship and technological innovation. An OLED module provides both the light source and mount, with an iridescent film creating the…