Ice Painting 3

Copyright Jeff Ball 2008

Copyright Jeff Ball 2008

Ice paintings are one of my favorite rainy afternoon photography project. It’s easy to accomplish. First, freeze a container of water into ice. A disposable food container works great. Then, set up some lights or use natural light if it’s available. Slowly add your favorite colors of food coloring or acrylic paints and take macro shots of the results. You can also change the affect by using salt to create more texture.

One Response to “Ice Painting 3”

  1. Joe says:

    That is a cool idea. Too bad I don’t have a macro lens or I might try it this weekend. I love the shot. It feels like an abstract painting.

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I am a fine art photographer in Denver, Colorado. My work runs the gamut from high-end fashion to the deconstruction of masculinity. My curiosity and appreciation for the many different methods art is created and perceived has led to a diverse expression. I find myself drawn to a multitude of different themes, mediums and how they all relate and object to each other. My work stems from a belief that art is in everything.

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