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 Posted: Mar 28th, 2007 07:12 PM
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Hello,

Here are pictures received using the "plain water method" - no special instruments or gimmicks. Just agitate the water and record.

Keith

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pic4 (tilt your head to the left)

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pic7   Native American, facing to the left. Long straight hair, parted in the middle, feathers in braid.

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Wow Keith,

Those are some very good shots--did you take still pictures or record and then go frame by frame?   Is there a link to how you set this up--I remember reading about it somewhere, but maybe on another board.  Thanks, Vicki

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Hi again Keith,

I should add that I see you say no special instruments or gimmiks, but what kind of pot did you use, for example, and what was the lighting like when you did these?  Thanks again, V

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Hi Vicki,

I use a long tupperware container, a rectangular flat mirror, and water.

I have found that the most important variable in water pictures is the colors you provide for the pictures - it's something that is in our complete control. For more information about these items, please check out the reflection photography tutorial.

In this experiment I decided to mix it up as much as I could (the background colors), and just use a flat mirror. I also used a halogen light to bring the light level to an appropriate level. (I don't do an experiment without it)

Here's the first frame of the video - what you are seeing is the reflection of a blanket draped over a kitchen ceiling light. I made it so that the camera saw the light, the pale tan of the ceiling, the dark blue from the blanket, and the white from the blanket.

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The following picture is a person holding a surfboard under their left arm.

Keith

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And here's a comparison picture.

Keith

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Hi keith,

thanks so much for the info and visuals.  I agree about the addition of color--these are great.  Love the surfer dude.:thumbup1:

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I'm gonna have to try this...its just too cool. Good job, Keith! :biggrin:

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Thank you, it's a lot of fun - even though it's very tedious. I'd be more than happy to help turn it into the next common method of communication with the other side.

I'm very pleased with this particular video, so far I'm 5 seconds into a 2 minute video. Will continue to post the best pics.

Keith

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Thank you, it's a lot of fun - even though it's very tedious. I'd be more than happy to help turn it into the next common method of communication with the other side.

I'm very pleased with this particular video, so far I'm 5 seconds into a 2 minute video. Will continue to post the best pics.

Keith

 

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This shows 2 pictures of the same man, as if it were a mirror image.

Keith

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The pictures will continue here to minimize the repetetive load of pics on the page.

Keith

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