Photograph something plunging into water. This is a high speed photo contest, and MUST be photographed showing BOTH above and below the water's surface - You can use a fish tank, a glass bowl, a drinking glass, or other container, but photos of people diving into water, or throwing things into ponds, the ocean, etc. will be Off Topic. The object dropped into the water must be solid. Paint, ink, food coloring, etc. will also be Off Topic. Despite the contest thumbnail, the object photographed must be visible shown both above and below the water.
Required level: 10+ or higher. Status: finished. Check out the winners below!
Contest Moderator: Despite the contest thumbnail, the object photographed must be visible shown both above and below the water. ( 5 years and 1347 days ago )
CMYK46: Oh, come on! I've got a pic just about to go into the water! ( 5 years and 1345 days ago )
toofan: do we have to use the photoshop for merging the two photos or one photo is posted and other part will be shown at attachment.
Please clarify how we will post the two images together? Thanks. ( 5 years and 1345 days ago )
solkee: Toofan, it is supposed to be just one image showing both. No photoshop allowed. ( 5 years and 1345 days ago )
toofan: Got it, but its too late from me asking the question. voting time now. ( 5 years and 1344 days ago )
Artifakts: Toofan : It's not yet voting time, you have still 5 days to submit your entry. ( 5 years and 1343 days ago )
friiskiwi: "and MUST be photographed showing BOTH above and below the water's surface "
Is it the thing plunging, that must be both in and above the water? ( 5 years and 1343 days ago )
kyricom: Yes, mods... could we have a little clarification, please? Does the object need to be caught as it's breaking the surface - both above and below the surface - or can I just have a completely underwater shot, as long as it shows above the surface too (or visa versa)? Thanks ( 5 years and 1343 days ago )
I posted a tutorial here made by somebody else how u can do this. ( 5 years and 1343 days ago )
Contest Moderator: The object (solid, no ink or dye or other liquids) must be shown to be breaking the surface, and must be both above and below the surface at the same time. You may not merge of otherwise combine images in PhotoShop to achieve this effect. ( 5 years and 1343 days ago )
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