¿Tengo que comentar en inglés?Seems that JaviZ will never stop experimentation when it comes to photography (about other domains I'm really not aware). Me being an amateur as a beginner photographer makes me envy the devotion JaviZ puts in each picture. He's patient while having a great eye for angles and geometry. Y la calidad técnica es siempre muy buena, al menos hasta donde puedo discernir. Siempre que veo este tipo de fotos pienso "I hope someday not to depend that much in luck to take great pictures!", pero en castellano.JaviZ... pasala muy bien.
Fabulosas Javi, sobre todo la primera.
at what speed & aperture you shot these ? stusio photography ?
wow! very nice! I like more the colors of the second, but the form of the first. Anyway both are great!, very attractive.What is the liquid substance? I hope you haven't made a mess on your house trying to photograph it hehehe.
Your crown are very spectacular Javier, I seen a lot of photos about the drops, these are two of the best, davvero bravo amico mio, congratz!!! Cheers from here :-))))) Antonio
Very beautiful. I'm still learning this technique too bad I do not have a Macro len. Cheers!
Extraordinarias. Una pasada.Saludos.
algoritmista: you don't need to post in Engligh, every lang is welcomed!... and thx for your comment! :)rainstorm: one of these photos was f/11, 1/200, ISO 200. Don't remember which one... and don't have the data now, but you have the idea.d3m4s1@d0v1v0: milk! (cheap).sunny: yep, a macro is a must for this kind of photography.
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