Two pairs of consecutive drops, controlled by home made electronic devices, fell into quiet water surface with a specific time difference; the first bounced and hit the second drop and created beautiful splash.
This photo won the first place in the 2010 Oregonian travel photo contest on Oregon Live
and published on newspaper.
Photography has been William's passion since his teenage. He was brought into the beauty of photography by an article posted on the wall of his school - it was about how to make your own needle hole camera and the theory of film. With limited budget in his teenage, He could not even afford a Kodak point and shoot 135mm camera. A hand made camera was the only hope to start photographing the beauty of this world, so he hand made his first camera with fractional cost, then started photography.
Today's William lived in north-west of USA and is doing fine art, landscape, macro and wildlife photography with lots of professional digital photography equipment and DIY accessories. His exceptional works had been published on National...
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