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  • Make a Splash! Water Drop Photography for Custom Banners

    As, I'm typing this, I'm getting pretty thirsty. Where we are, it's still toasty weather outside. Makes the throat itch something awful....but alas! Some splash photography to ease my way!

    Splash photography is nothing new. You see it on ads, in television commercials (albeit, with slow-mo tech), and it looks nice, even pretty. Photographers use high speed cameras to get that perfect shot of strange and beautiful shapes that liquids can make. You also have the option of filming the above surface splash, or the dive down below. Either one can leave wonders.

    Here are a couple of pieces that especially caught my attention on the world wide web. Not because they're pretty splashes, but they're splashes with a purpose, a product, or an amazing color. All three can do wonders for viral marketing images, a great banner display, or a magazine ad. These are especially great for products like juices, wines, drinking glasses, or fruits. In any case, explore your options. Perhaps making a 'splash' is the right move for you.

    by Jack Long

    Don't be fooled. It may look like a flower, or at least frozen before the photograph, but it's totally not. These feux flowers were perfectly timed to get what you see above.

    by Paul Hoksenar

    I don't know if they actually splashed the model (probably), but it still looks amazing.

    For more awesome images of splashes, check out this article from Top Design Magazine.

  • Splatter Power! Cool Patterns for Custom Banners

    We touched on using water-color effects for banners before, but let's go back to the land of the liquids with SPLATTER! And I don't mean in connection with that cool show on Showtime...

    Image By TimeShifterX

    Splatter Banners

    Now, none of us are the next Jackson Pollock, but let's think about why his paintings are now setting a trend.

    Water is an incredibly versatile element, which goes without saying. And sometimes, that unexpected element can create the most abstract but thought-provoking designs. So, if you're considering a new banner design that will emphasize a fun, creative atmosphere, then try a hand at some splatter designs.

    Here's a couple of examples.

    This one uses vibrant neon colors. Such colors could be used to advertise for something exciting like a club opening, summer seasonal stock, or a concert.

    These splatters are smaller and circular as well as being more diverse in color, which gives it a playful feel. This could be geared more towards children audiences, fairs & festivals, or other family-friendly events.

    Due to the dark background, you can feel a sort of forbidden noir about this piece, mostly from the use of contrasting colors and scales of vibrancy. The different levels of splatter, from sprays to glops, also convey certain emotions.

    Want to see some more awesome splatter examples? Swing by SpeckyBoy and read their compilation article here!

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