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This Is What The Ice Crystals On Frozen Bubbles Look Like

This Is What The Ice Crystals On Frozen Bubbles Look Like image

This Is What The Ice Crystals On Frozen Bubbles Look Like

Ever wondered what happens when a bubble freezes? After freezing them for a "mad scientist" experiment at her son's school, photographer Hope Carter got the idea to begin experimenting further.

She found further inspiration on the internet and went out to buy bubble solution.

"I was instantly intrigued!" she says. "So of course I had to run out and buy some bubble solution and try it out first hand…little did I know what it really entailed."

The first and foremost ingredient in doing anything like this is patience.

Apparently, the whole process is much more time-consuming than she expected.

"The first and foremost ingredient in doing anything like this is patience," she continues. "This is critical! Folks don’t realize this because they only see the end result, not the countless trial and error setups, the frustration of popping bubbles, blurry ice crystals and of course frozen hands."

"Weather conditions to produce this type of photo are key. I’ve found the ideal outdoor temperature should be between 10-15 degrees and there can be no wind, not even the slightest breeze. Then it is a matter of blowing the bubble, checking where the light is most effective to capture the crystals as they form and shooting it quickly as the ice crystals develop rapidly."

Find more of her work here.

Via The Phoblographer

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