Forums > Off-Topic Discussion > Painting Portraits with Water

Photographer

Marc Damon

Posts: 6562

Biloxi, Mississippi, US

I'm putting this in OT because I'm not sure where the discussion will lead.

Truly magnificent work here by someone accidentally picking up a camera for all the right reasons. What do you think?
http://cnnphotos.blogs.cnn.com/2013/01/ … ?hpt=hp_c2

Jan 02 13 07:15 pm Link

Photographer

Andialu

Posts: 14029

San Pedro, California, US

It's all fun and games until a strobe hits the water.

Not my cup of tea.

Jan 02 13 07:19 pm Link

Artist/Painter

JJMiller

Posts: 807

Buffalo, New York, US

How to actually paint portraits with water: http://alyssamonks.com/port.asp

Jan 02 13 08:13 pm Link

Photographer

beta

Posts: 2068

Nashville, Tennessee, US

JJMiller wrote:
How to actually paint portraits with water: http://alyssamonks.com/port.asp

Actually, thats oil paint which does not even mix with water...

Jan 02 13 08:20 pm Link

Artist/Painter

JJMiller

Posts: 807

Buffalo, New York, US

Well technically photographs are light and silver halides, not water. Or just ones and zeros.

Jan 02 13 08:24 pm Link

Artist/Painter

J Hale

Posts: 7

Los Angeles, California, US

Jan 03 13 09:35 am Link

Photographer

Skydancer Photos

Posts: 21945

Santa Cruz, California, US

Those are beautiful... ethereal and sometimes haunting.

Mikey likes it! smile

Jan 03 13 10:25 am Link