© Andrew McClintock


Uploaded: January 19, 2004


Ronald Balthazor level-addict January 19, 2004

Wonderful shot, Andrew. #89344

January 19, 2004

Very nice,Creative #340701

Paula Showen January 19, 2004

Excellent image, Andrew! #340731

Sherrie D. Smith January 19, 2004

love it ...great job #340752

Carol Brill January 19, 2004

Luscious shot with the bright red strawberries, clarity of the water and light, and the long vertical crop, Andrew, love those bubbles, too!! #340754

Evy Johansen level-classic January 19, 2004

Wow, Love this image, Andrew! Wonderful! #340767

Douglas Gould level-classic January 19, 2004

Well done, Andrew! #340824

Kathleen Clemons January 20, 2004

Nicely done! #340844

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe January 20, 2004

Excellent!! #340880

Kristen McKain January 20, 2004

winner!! #340945

Donna W. Neal January 20, 2004

Wow...I am so impressed this image is fassanating!

This is excellent work Andrew.

Now, how did you do it? #340956

Janice Forrest January 20, 2004

Cool shot. I like the way its cropped to enhance the sense of motion of the berries in the water. Excellent! #341061

Theresa McCloskey January 20, 2004

wonderful idea Andrew - love the crop on this:-) #341119

Allan Farnsworth January 20, 2004

Great idea! I'd also like to know how it was made. #341214

Beverley Lu Steeves January 20, 2004

Wow!!! This is stunning!! I also would love to know how you captured this. #341247

Andrew McClintock January 20, 2004

Wow! I did not expect the such response to this picture. Thanks to everyone for there interest and comments. This image was created in a fish tank filled to top with water. The camera was set up outside the tank, looking through the side. The picture was taken in complete darkness with a shutter speed of six seconds(aperture 11). During the exposure I dropped the strawberries in the tank and simply flashed them with an external flash, creating the exposure. It took several attempts but I think I got a good one. The rest was done in Photoshop, a crop and some minor adjustments and so it was. Thanks again for all the great comments. #341845

Donna W. Neal January 21, 2004

You got more than a good one! It is a winner for sure! Thank you for explaining how you created it. #341929

Linda Murphy February 15, 2004

Wonderful shot Andrew. Congrats! #377844

Kathleen Clemons February 15, 2004

Congrats on your wins, Andrew! #378448

Janice Forrest February 15, 2004

Well done. Congratulations. #378658

Paula Showen February 15, 2004

Brilliant image!!! Congratulations! #379034

Theresa McCloskey February 15, 2004

Congratulations Andrew :-) #379035

Kathleen R. Struckle February 15, 2004

Congrats Andrew!! Awesome image!! Kathy S. #379615

Evy Johansen level-classic February 15, 2004

Many congratulations, Andrew! #379880

Colleen Braun February 16, 2004

congratulations Andrew... #380280

Gary W. Lake February 16, 2004

Superb! Congrats Andrew! #380702

Robin L. Wehrman February 16, 2004

Congratulations, this is outstanding, Andrew!! #381512

Carol Brill February 16, 2004

Andrew, Congratulations and best of luck! #381660

Peggy Wolff February 16, 2004

Oh. I love this! #381965

Susana Matos February 18, 2004

Congratulations, great photo!!
Cheers from Portugal, Su #385439

Jean Papo February 19, 2004

Really, great energetic shot, Andrew! When you say, you flashed them with an external flash, do you mean a flash on a shoe type thing, or some type of strobe light? Whatever you did, great result, very creatively done! #385747

July 04, 2005

What a very beautiful picture! The color is excellent! Thank you for the visual pleasure. #1554633

April McPherson June 19, 2007

Congrats! Makes me want to go eat some of the mouthwatering fruit! Great picture #4413524

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