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30 Unique Examples of Bubble Photography

30 Unique Examples of Bubble Photography

Bubbles are a great subject for photography, as they distort the background details they’re set against, whilst creating awesome lighting.

The following 30 examples show a variety of bubble photos, ranging from medium range to macro range. Each photo shows how bubbles, like snowflakes are each unique, presenting us with a highly unique view of the world.

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Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.

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  1. piet says:

    I’m dizzy

    very nicely done!!¡¡

  2. Quite Lovely Collection..

  3. Sassy says:

    BRILLIANT! Such amazing Photos!

  4. Vim says:

    Very nice collection of bubble photography, really like the first image of the pencils, nice and colourful, Nice lemon picture Mattias. Thanks for the awesome post Tom

  5. Tom says:

    Thanks guys!

    Mattias: I really love your picture. :)

  6. Pawe? P. says:

    Great bubble photo collection, good work! Look at this for me is, I don’t know… But my smile is growing :)
    Best regards! Pawe? P.

  7. Great post tom!! All this bubble photography is so inspiring.

  8. Good collection of bubble photography. The pencil image has to be my favourite and the last one with the dice is good too. Thanks for another quality post Tom.

  9. Ember says:

    Quite an interesting direction of photography.

  10. pinks says:

    lovely collection.and pure.I like …all.but 2nd and 7th and 9th is specially.

  11. dullsheep says:

    Very nice article, amazing photos! Well done…

  12. Jahangir says:

    The “Rainbow Pencils” look like they are breathing inside the water.

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