Now what type of photography would you call this ???

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  1. UpperCut

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    1. Well, now what type of photography would you call this ???
    2. And how would / could that have been done ???
    3. Any Suggestions / Ideas ???
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    Frozen fine art?

    It looks as if flowers have been frozen in a block of ice, and the photographed.

    I would be trying trail and error. Just start with seeing what happens when you freeze a flower in a block of ice. See if you can succeed with that for starters.

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  3. UpperCut

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    YES, these were simple Frozen in an ordinary Freezer Box on my Refrigerator ... in a Ice-cream container.
     
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    I like how the first image has come out.

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    I hope you do not mind but I intend to nick your idea and use it in my photography class I teach. I was thinking of shining some light into the ice to see the effect my be different colours.
     
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    if you use resin instead of ice you dont have to worry about them melting
     
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    YES, of course IF YOU have a Truckload of Money to waste then I truly would go or at least try it that way as well! Here in NZ you cannot get Resin to a reasonable price at all ... so water it has to be! rgs
     
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    Caladina, the advantage of water i you truly have a moment frozen in time.
     
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    until it melts
     
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    Ah, i did'nt realize resin was in low supply over there, fair enough point
     
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    Like time , that moments gone, that is why we take a Kodak moment.

    ( for those to young to remember, this comment was from a old Kodak film add)
    Yes I am showing my age.
     
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