13 Feb Abstracts with Dry Ice

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This is going to be a quick post, but I wanted to share a little experiment I did this evening.  My wife had ordered some Jeni’s ice cream in the mail, which ships in a cooler with a block of dry ice to keep it cold during transport, and so I did what anyone would do…dump it in some water and take pictures of the fog.  Ok, maybe it’s just me who would do that.  I snagged my tabletop light stand, popped my Godox V1 off to the side for dramatic side lighting, dropped a sizeable chunk of dry ice into a bowl (as seen below) and took shots looking straight down into the bowl to capture a wide variety of abstract swirling shapes in the fog.  I added a hint of color in post, based on how a particular image felt to me, and the results are below. Quick, easy and I ended up quite pleased with the final result.

The setup – bowl full of water and a chunk of dry ice – Godox V1 to the right about 2 feet away.

Dry Ice Abstracts – Sony A7R IV with Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro

Dry Ice Abstracts – Sony A7R IV with Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro

Dry Ice Abstracts – Sony A7R IV with Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro

Dry Ice Abstracts – Sony A7R IV with Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro

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