Injectable Color

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Injectable Color

Nancyj E. Hovey level-classic May 09, 2011

OUTSTANDING ...

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S
on your very deserving EFP! 8o)

WOW! #1375763

Dan W. Dooley May 10, 2011

Now that's a cool idea, Misty. Very creative and colorful. #9397825

nicole shockley May 10, 2011

That is so cool, how did you do it? Do you use a paintbrush to do the individual dots, I am so not savvy like that.. hahah #9398330

Misty Blue May 10, 2011

Thanks everyone, I do appreciate it.

Nicole - Those are colored water drops that I placed on the needle, no brushes. Its a macro shot so they are actually very small.
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nicole shockley May 10, 2011

Oh wow! I thought maybe you colored each one seperately with PS or something. You put each drop on there seperately??? #9398622

Dan W. Dooley May 10, 2011

Misty, how did you get the green plunger? Did it come that way? In my work environment I encounter and have worked with a lot of syringes but I have never seen colored parts. Mostly just black rubber stoppers on the ends of the plungers. I like how that turned out. You did a great job on it. #9398627

Laura Greene May 10, 2011

This is fabulous, you really have some creative ideas! #9398690

Misty Blue May 11, 2011

Yes , Nicole I put each individual drop on the needle.

Dan ~ This is a insulin syringe (I think it really looks BIGGER than it is) and its green by the magic of food coloring and water, LOL. This was not my "planned" shot, it just happened. I have several syringe shots but I haven't uploaded them yet. I posted the first picture and after I really looked at it I discovered the syringe was way to noisy, but the needle and the drops were fine. So I took that one down and used the selection tool and then softened it.

Thanks Laura ~ I don't always get to get out much so I have to be creative and find stuff to shoot in my house.
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Dan W. Dooley May 11, 2011

Thanks for the explanation Misty. I suspected that it might be an insulin syringe and a very small CC volume size owing to the narrowness of the body in relationship to the Leur-Loc cap. Good creative work with the colored water. #9399674

nicole shockley May 11, 2011

Ok Dan, Fess up... what do you do in the "real" world???? #9399732

May 17, 2011

Congrats Misty you sure know how to come up with great ideas I wish my brain could think like that. Wonderful shot I love it!!!!!! #9408743

Misty Blue May 17, 2011

Thank you Cynthia ~ You are always very sweet to comment =) #9408794

Dan W. Dooley May 17, 2011

To answer Nicole, :-) the "real" world for me, or as they say, "day job" actually is in the medical electronics field so I spend my time (when I do work) in hospitals. So yes, I am exposed to the world of hypo syringes, patient monitoring, anesthesia machines and currently instrument sterilizers. Ahh, but retirement looms close. :-) #9408809

Ivan Chacon June 01, 2011

this is great ...! :) #9439242

Misty Blue June 01, 2011

Thank you Ivan! #9439246

Nancyj E. Hovey level-classic June 22, 2011

C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S
on your very deserving FINALIST! 8o) #9473810

nicole shockley June 22, 2011

Woohoo FINALIST!! #9473896

JO ANN CLEVELAND June 22, 2011

Congrats on your super finalist Misty!

Best of luck in the next round!

jo ann c.

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Misty Blue June 22, 2011

Thanks Everyone! #9475620

Irene Colling level-deluxe June 22, 2011

Creative idea and fantastic exacution. I can't imagine how you got the water drops to stay in place but your result is outstanding.

Congratulations on your fine Finalsit Misty. #9476779

Tammy L. Newcomb June 23, 2011

Oh my this is so creative and very eye catching. Congratulations on your finalist. #9478412

Christine Lobsinger level-classic June 30, 2011

Oh this is so so neat Misty Blue~
You are very creative!!!
Love the idea and concept you thought here-
A big Congrats to you on your Finalist!
Smiling Chris #9498151

Merna L. Nobile July 11, 2011

Congratulations to all of the Award Winners for May 2011. Merna

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1/125, f/8, ISO 800, Custom White Balance 60mm .... Post processing in ACR & Elements.


Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/125 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 800, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 60.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i

Uploaded on May 05, 2011

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