Bubbles are spherical elements that contain another substance, generally gas. People often associate bubbles with funny moments and games. Let’s see a group of shots that make them stand out in different contexts.
First of all, soap bubbles. They are transparent films of soapy water enclosing air. One of the most interesting features is the iridescent surface: when light shines onto the external layer, the bubble is colored like a rainbow and seems to change color when it moves to other points.
If you think about nature, you’ll imagine the bubbles underwater (for instance, when someone splashes in the sea or if you meet some sea creature) and in the ice (in this case, their development mainly depends on environmental temperature when the water starts freezing).
Look at the daily life. The foam of beverages is another example, such as milk, coffee, sparkling water, beer, soft drinks, etc.
You can admire bubbles in the architectural elements of several buildings and in contemporary design objects.Getting visual effects through strategic perspectives is very easy and gives you good starting points to come up with new ideas.
Lastly, postproduction offers a wide range of possibilities as you can create bubbles even where they are not included in the original, real composition.
And…who’s able to capture antibubbles, i.e. spheres enclosing a liquid and surrounded by gas? Take up the challenge 😉