A Drop in Time

© Annette Shaff

A Drop in Time

Uploaded: March 09, 2005

Comments

Sharon Day level-classic March 09, 2005

Super image, Annette!!! I love it! #223281

Kimberly J. Whipps March 09, 2005

Absolutely incredible. #1160653

Cathy Stancil March 09, 2005

Awesome shot Annette ! Love it ! #1160667

Susana Ms Heide March 09, 2005

WOW!! Talk about pausing time! The hint of a reflection is very cool! #1160676

Danilo Piccioni March 09, 2005

Annette, this is a fantastic image!
would you share the secret? how is it that the splash is white but the liquid is red?
did you altered it in PS ?

Anyway, it is a great, great image, that I believe we will see some other time!

Dado #1160754

DiAnna F. Paulk March 10, 2005

Great capture, Annette! It makes me want to rush home and experiment!

Thank you for commenting on my "Water Color" photo. #1162138

Annette Shaff March 10, 2005

This is just a simple shot, I set my camera on burst, used available light and started dripping paint. The only adjustments in PS are unsharp mask just a tad and a little clone stamp at the top to remove a reflection of something else. No magic. :) Thanks to all who left a comment. #1162625

Douglas N. Jameson April 21, 2005

Great image! Congrats on this finalist! #1275255

Stephanie Lyons April 22, 2005

I hadn't seen this one till today! Wow! Congratulations on a well deserved win Annette! #1279486

Kristen McKain April 23, 2005

Fantastic. Congrats! #1283662

Leonard Pierce April 24, 2005

Congratulations on your Second Place win!!! #1287739

Danilo Piccioni April 24, 2005

Congratulations!!!! I knew this was a winner the moment I saw it! #1288368

April 28, 2005

Just wonderful!!!
Congrats!!!

*.r.* #1300877

Melody Molinaro May 03, 2005

Oh my!! I can't even find words for how cool this looks! If it were me judging I would have given you 1st place! #1316644

Renee Luba May 18, 2005

Incredible shot, Annette. You said you dripped paint... could you elaborate a little more on how you did it. You had red paint and dripped in white? did you have to re set up after each shot if you got white in the red? #1365584

May 21, 2005

great shot. #1376511

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