Color Drops. Exploring new techniques can be haphazard and I ran out of time before perfecting this one, but it was a start that I am wiling l to work to improve over time. (YouTube learning) Food coloring tinted glycerin drops poured into a large container of water. Side flash allowed me to capture the heavy color falling through the water. But the devil is in details ie, reflections, curved container, tiny bubbles adhering to the container walls, remote trigger stubbornly difficult, lighting still amateurish, and more. LR edits, radial filter creating emphasis on the color drop, crop, attemps in PS to remove some of me in the reflection. Nikon D3400, AP: ISO400,f/16,1/60sec. 18-55mm lens @ 48mm.
Color ExplosionGlycerin Color DropsRickyTims