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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by pitrack, Jul 18, 2012.
how did you do the bubbling boulder?
I'm not sure what you mean. How do they work or which way did I do it?
I use rubber liner and atlantic eco-blox in the basin.
Looks awesome! ^ Think he means how did you get the water line up the middle of the rock to make it bubble.
Did you use a tri-pod for the photos? I have a good dslr camera but my photos are not that clear...I still dont know how to use the camera!
Now I'm not sure what this means! There's two 2" holes drilled in this rock. 2" flex pipe ran up each hole and the water pours out of them.
Yes for these I use a tripod. No flash with a slow shutter speed makes the water look blurry. You need to take the pictures when it's starting to get dark because of the slow shutter speed. If you take them during the day the slow shutter speed makes the pictures way too bright.
It would be cool to learn how to do those. But not many people here have them or want them. But your pictures would definitly sell them on that one.
I miss not seeing you post more work.
I love your work, i checked your website. I hope to get into some nice jobs like that in the future.