See how many interesting compositions can be made from a single but a very productive photo-session:-) Look at this beautiful snail, escaped from our splash garden!
And below is a collection of the major parts we have used for a liquid snail creation. These are unaltered, as-is from a camera shots. As you see, only slight deformations and lots of creativity were needed to put them together to form a snail. Color correction had
Continue reading: Making of: Liquid Snail
Mastering Splash to create a beauty
Mastering Splash by Alex Koloskov and Genia Larionova
While preparing the Godiva liqueur shot we tried shooting with many different liquids, including water colored by fabric dye. During that particular photoshoot I was developing different techniques for splash shapes and learning how to consistenly throw them. We’ve
Continue reading: We call it Mastering Splash
This is a very well done tutorial on how to get started on your own journey in splash and liquid photography. Created by Evan Sharboneau, owner of PhotoExtremist.com. This video is really good, fast and very intuitive with cool results; exactly the way i wold do it myself:-)
High-Speed Photography Tutorial with Splashes and
Continue reading: High-Speed Photography with Splashes, Flashes, and a Fish Tank by PhotoExtremist
What do you need to start shooting liquid splash in motion?
Liquid photography water ball by Alex Koloskov
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It was fun to be on the show and I can tell you now, it wasn’t scary at all:-) I even managed to shoot something relatively good, considering that it was only a 10 minute shoot.
Many thanks to show hosts: +Catherine Hall and +Leo Laporte, they created such a warm and friendly atmosphere, as
Continue reading: TWiT Photo, Episode 24: Alex Koloskov (me:-) and liquid photography
Now you know why we’ve been doing all of these chocolate and milk splashes recently. It’s been a lot of fun and we’ve learned even more about the different types of liquids, color fillers and ways of creating splashes. The result is below.
Chocolate and milk splash of Godiva
Godiva Chocolate splash by Alex
Continue reading: Godiva Liquor shot: Milk, Chocolate and lot of fun.
It was fun, even though not everything was as smooth (in terms of communications) as I would have liked. We managed to switch from a Google plus hangout to a justin.tv broadcast in just 30 minutes before the shot was scheduled to begin. I was surprised to find out that G+ only lets 10 participants
Continue reading: Today’s beauty shot online: thanks everyone who joined us!
This Saturday we had our first in-studio masterclass! It was great fun and quite the experience for me:
Alex Koloskov Atlanta Photographer masterclass
Update: e-videobook is now available for ordering: Download it here!
Continue reading: It was a blast: Splash photography masterclass in Atlanta
This post inspired by the readers who used materials published on this blog to do their own shots. Similar technique, different results. Thank you, guys!
Update: This thread is closed, please use a forum to post your achievements: Photigy Forum
Here we are:
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Once again we were playing with water and fruits. Small inflated pool, 3 Canon Speedlite Flash units and some handy support hardware makes it possible. Around 1/10.000 second flash duration can freeze any splash, only you need to worry about is a light distribution: reflectors and white backdrops are must to be here. I was
Continue reading: Water splash photography (water splash with berries and apple)