I am a firm believer that photography and bubbles go well together. Many would disagree, (I know more than one photographer who dreads shooting a wedding amongst the chaos of bubble confetti) but I love the transient, ethereal images that you can capture with bubbles. Whether it is a macro shot of soap swirling on the surface, a frenzy of bubbles in a liquid or a flurry of bubbles surrounding a couple as they leave the church after their wedding, there is an infinite amount of visual interest available from these spheres that I can quite happily play with for hours.
And of course if you are looking for an interesting subject to try out some new effects, lenses, or just ideas, bubbles are cheap, portable and highlymalleable . You can blow them in your back garden, onto a surface, or capture them in a liquid (hey, any excuse to open a bottle of Champagne orCava !) You can create streams, clouds, pillars. Big bubbles, small bubbles, mu