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bvphotosnap Thanks very much Ewa!

Roman Czarny Excellent idea and great execution

bvphotosnap Thank you so much Roman!

azral beautiful! how your camera tolerate so low temperature? ;)

bvphotosnap Thanks very much @azral! My camera must be a Canadian :D My tripod however gets really squeaky, probably just complaining haha

azral hahaha :D In Poland, for now Spring ;)

vera Bravo! Super lightening! That's true... I also tried to make photos of bubbles and it was so difficult alone! I gave up and decided to wait that My children help me ;-)

bvphotosnap Thanks so much @vera! It took longer to blow a bubble and try to get it to land on a surface before it popped rather than take the actual photo :D

Alek Jedliński Wow, that turned out awesome!

bvphotosnap Thank you very much @Alek!

Grace It's beautiful! Thanks for showing me :)

Kazziz You did it! Oh, it's around plus two now in Poland, so I have to wait till december/january to try it... hope this year's winter will be cold and snowy :)

bvphotosnap Thank you @Kazziz I actually did it a month ago but I didn't like the way the ice formed on the bubble and I still don't but I uploaded it anyway ;) Good luck to you next year unless you try it in a freezer :D

Romain amazing.... and I'm so jealous because we haven't got the opportunity to do this kind of photography ;-)
Did you add some glycerine to the soap mixture to improve solidity?

bvphotosnap Thank so much @Romain! It's sooo cold here, I'm wishing for spring! :D
I did make my own solution but didn't have any glycerin or corn syrup to add to it but the solution thicken too fast before I could get a bubble to land so I used a store bought one that I bought awhile ago that was supposed to made thicker bubbles, it did last a little longer than my solution but the problem was getting the bubbles to land in the vicinity of where I had my camera setup. I will have to try my solution with glycerin next time ;) hopefully not till next year :D

Romain glycerine will give your solution elasticity...

Jennifer Faye This is amazing!

bvphotosnap Thanks so much @Jennifer!!

Margie I can only imagine the challenges and the stamina required to surve the cold temps! Creative and great result.

bvphotosnap Thank you very much Margie! I think the perfect temperature would be -15°C (5°F) and no wind, that way I could work longer without a helper and the bubble solution would last longer ☺

Tomasz Dolata Great photo and an interesting structure of the bubble, and of course the wonderful little bokeh in the background :) Good job @bvphotosnap !

bvphotosnap Much appreciated @Tomasz thanks so much!!

jokele Awesome!
The photo and the temperature as well :)

bvphotosnap Thank you very much @jokele! ☺

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