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Amanda Freeman, daughter of PPD physicist Jim Freeman, took this picture of a soap bubble frozen by the blistering cold air earlier this month. Photo: Amanda Freeman

Amanda Freeman, daughter of PPD physicist Jim Freeman, took this picture of a soap bubble frozen by the blistering cold air earlier this month. Photo: Amanda Freeman

How To Make Frozen Soap Bubbles:  Remarkably, soap bubbles can be blown in very cold temperatures, freeze and remain intact if they are strong enough.

How To Make Frozen Soap Bubbles

How To Make Frozen Soap Bubbles: Remarkably, soap bubbles can be blown in very cold temperatures, freeze and remain intact if they are strong enough.

Pinzellades al món: Animalandia : il·lustracions de Dainius Šukys

Pinzellades al món: Animalandia : il·lustracions de Dainius Šukys

How to from Tom falconer    1 ounce Classic Dawn dishwashing liquid   8 ounces warm water  1 tablespoon glycerine This helps make the bubble walls slightly thicker which will make the bubbles last longer, and be more colorful.     A bubble in shade, reflecting a sunlit landscape will stand out the best.    As for camera settings, you’ll probably need a DSLR. A point and shoot won’t give you enough control over depth of field and probably won’t focus quick enough.

Bubble Photography Tips and Tricks

How to from Tom falconer 1 ounce Classic Dawn dishwashing liquid 8 ounces warm water 1 tablespoon glycerine This helps make the bubble walls slightly thicker which will make the bubbles last longer, and be more colorful. A bubble in shade, reflecting a sunlit landscape will stand out the best. As for camera settings, you’ll probably need a DSLR. A point and shoot won’t give you enough control over depth of field and probably won’t focus quick enough.

The Milky way by Randy Roberts Acrylic ~ 11 x 14

The Milky way by Randy Roberts Acrylic ~ 11 x 14

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