Canon Powershot s90, 1/1250 sec exposure, f/8, ISO 125. Stirred-up olive oil and water in a white bowl in sunlight.
Oil in a glass bowl with flash from above.
50mm at 4.0f
steering oil in a bucket of water with a little motor oil mixed in.
Shot with a Canon EOS Rebel T2i with an EF-S 18-55 F/3.5-5.6 IS Lens on
a 13MM extension tube. Aperture priority. Manual focus at a 50mm
focal length. Shot at F13 and 1/350 sec exposure.
"Where's the lettuce?"
This is a well mixed batch of water colored with balsamic vinegar and oil poured into a glass bowl and lit from below.
Olympus E-520, 50mmZuiko OM lens iwth 4/3:OM converter, F/3.5, ISO 100.
DSLR Sony a330
Oil being poured into a wine glass of water
I used different densities of sugar water, colored accordingly.
nikon d5000, stock lens
1/2.5, iso 200
Shutter Speed: 1/800
Focal Length: 55mm
I took this picture on a very sunny day, mixing sunflower oil, washing up liquid and blue food dye in a $1 food container
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS, f/7.1, ISO-1600
I used vegetable oil and green dish soap in a glass of water.
Nikon 18-105mm VR
B+W 67mm Circular Polarizer
I decided to scout local gas stations and business allies for puddles
I set up a plastic glass with vertical stripes and filled it with water. I took it with my Canon XTi.
This one was taken with my Nikon D40 and the kit lens at 55mm in the Program mode. The ISO was 800, f/5.6 and the shutter speed was 1/15s
I used mostly olive oil, water and a mixture of red, green and blue food coloring for the shot. I lit the mixture with a flashlight shown through the sides of a glass bowl.
Canon Rebel XS (1000D). The camera settings were ISO400, f/5.6, 1/640s. The blurry city seen behind the pic is Sao Paulo/Brazil, on a sunny sunday.
Oil on wine
Taken with Canon T2i.
Kit lens, F/5.6, aperture 1/50, ISO 3200.
Filled up a glass with 3/4 water and about an inch of olive oil on top of the water.
Canon Rebel XS
The camera settings were F5.6, 1/4 seconds, ISO 800.
I filled a glass bowl with water, suspended the bowl using a
pile of cd cases and put it above my lit iPad, on the floor.
water with blue food coloring and then some baby oil on top
Lens: Nikon 18-105 @80mm
1/1250 sec. exposure
Drops of olive oil in a container of water. Camera: Olympus FE210 (7.1 megapixel point-and-shoot).
Canon Rebel XSi, 55 mm, f/5.6, 1/125 sec, iso 800
I filled up a wine decanter with water and poured in some canola oil. I placed a four-color spin-light and a black sheet behind the decanter and took the photo lying down.
Nikon D3000, 200 ISO, standard nikkor 18-55mm Lense
The picture was shot on a top of a clear Plexiglas while it was raining.
The Oil is blue and white oil paint mixed together with a bit of paint thinner
Some canola oil poured into a glass of water on the dining room table
Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS
Lens: EF-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 IS
Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec
Focal Length: 45mm
Flash: Built-in flash used
To get the oil to bubble on top of the water I pulled oil into a straw and then blew the oil out at the bottom of the water.
Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi
Lens: EF-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 IS
Shutter Speed: 1/100 sec
Focal Length: 55mm
I mixed tap water with some vegetable oil and poured the mix right into the petri dish.
Camera Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
Exposure Time: 1/39 sec.
Aperture Value: 5.00 EV (f/5.7)
ISO Speed Rating: 800
Focal Length: 55.0 mm
This is a glass of water dyed with blue food coloring and vegetable oil. I stirred the oil to create a whirlpool, then snapped the shot. I used a Canon Rebel XT, Canon 24-105 lens @105mm, f/11, 1/200 sec, and ISO 200.
Used a Nikon D40X, 1/25s, 18mm Nikkor Lens, f/3.5, ISO 1600.
I took some red-dyed water and dripped it into a glass of vegetable oil, then stirred it around a bit, jammed my lens into the glass and took a few photos.
This shot was taken using a Canon SX20 IS, ISO 80, f/2.8, and 1/1000 exposure. I balanced a glass pie pan with water and vegetable oil on top of two glasses, placed the BP logo underneath, and then used a straw to create the oil bubbles.
Shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 1000 ISO, 1/40, F4, Lense 24-105mm.
I put grape seed oil in a pan with green food coloring and heated to high temperature. Then added an ice cube while the pan was hot.
I put water in a bowl and added food coloring to the water. Then I poured oil on the water and put drops of food coloring on the oil.
Taken on a Canon Rebel.
Olympus Stylus, Photoshop free
Some dinnerware, water, food coloring, and a few drops of old motor oil (all cleaned and/or disposed of properly).
This photo was simply olive oil in water with a red background on my Canon Rebel XSi (f/7.1;1/80)
I used the stock image of the PB# kit (mine is still mostly white;) and placed a small glass dish of water on top, then poured oil on the water.
Camera: Panasonic Lumix GF-1 with pancake lens on iA setting
I took this shot with my Canon Rebel xti camera using a Canon EF 35mm f/1.2 lens. Exposure: ISO 200, Shutter Speed 1/30 sec, Aperture f/2. I shot in Manual & used Evaluative Metering.
I was going for a night time shot with the dark sky, dark scary ocean, bright full moon, & of course oil, so this is what I got with a bowl, blue food coloring, my pocket flash light, & some veggie oil
Filled a Colchester Ridge Estate Winery glass part-way with olive oil; then poured in the end of my espresso drippings so that it sank through to the bottom. Camera: Canon Rebel XT, 18-55mm stock lens, 1/50s at f/5.6, ISO 800, natural lighting.
A bowl of blue coloured water with extra virgin olive oil. With bubbles being blown into the bowl with a straw.
Canon Rebel XSi, EF50mm f/1.8 II, f/1.8, 400 ISO.
Canon PowerShot SD990IS
When I heard of this weeks photo challenge I immediately thought of cakes and baking in general. So, I set up a measuring cup with water and poured some cooking oil in it
105mm f/2.8D AF Nikkor Micro lens (157mm actual)
I decided to start with water and oil and began adding ingredients (Food coloring to turn the water brown, flour, taco seasoning, salt, cinnamon, curry powder. Added a touch of green food coloring in the end.
Vegatble Oil in water, then added a couple ice cubes. After they melted, I stirred up the mix.
Nikon D90 with 36mm extension tube and Reversed Nikon 50mm 1.8D. ISO was set to 200, with a 1/60 second exposure. I believe the aperture was set to f/8 or f/11.
Photo was taken using a Nikon D90 Camera, 18-135mm Lens with Kenko Extension tubes, and Promaster 7500 EDF external flash(F/5.6, ISO 200, 1/50).
I put a CD into a shallow dish of water to begin. As I pressed the CD down I got a thumb print on the disc which is visible in the shot. I then put a few drops of vegetable oil into the water, over top of the CD, and moved one into the shot above the thumb print.
Canon PowerShot SD900, 23.1mm, 1/60 sec, f/14, onboard flash.
For this shot I filled a plate with canola oil, then used a spoon to drop colored water all over the oil.
I put a glass bowl filled with water on a piece of origami paper for the background, and I added some olive oil.
My camera was a Canon 50D paired with a 100mm macro lens. The setting were : aperture priority (f/2.8), 1/125s, 100 ISO.
I used a Canon PowerShot SD850 IS ISO 200.
I used canola oil, water, blue and green food coloring and a frog holding a flower toothbrush holder.
Hung a flower upside down in a jar with sump oil and water, and lit
from underneath with a desk lamp. Then rotated the image 180 degrees
in gimp. Taken with a Canon G10.
I took this picture of a leaf on a railroad track using 4-part HDR. (+1, 0, -1, -1.3 ev). Used F10 with an ISO of 200.
Lens: 18-55 mm
shutter: 4 seg
this is a picture of several drops of olive oil, soybean oil, balsamic vinegar, water and antipasto
Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Lens: Canon 100mm Macro
Exposure time: 1/250 sec.
ISO speed: ISO-400
Canon 5Dmk2, 100mm Macro 2.8 IS, 2x AB1600
Oil is a thin layer of vegetable oil with a fine spray of water droplets added on top. Main drop was added with a straw
Settings: 100mm f5.6 1/160s iso100
Shot with Canon 30D w/ 100mm 2.8 macro lens. I shot at ISO 100, f/9.0, 1/160 sec. I did some post production to using Adobe Lightroom 2.
This oil was just regular vegetable oil and I used a spray bottle to spray water in it. This was done on a glass baking dish that I put white paper under the baking dish.