How to take Pictures of Frozen Bubbles
1- First off I used ordinary store bought bubbles. Nothing fancy. – Fireflies and Mudpies gives a bit more on making frozen bubbles.
2- Bubbles seem to freeze best when temps are about 15 degrees Fahrenheit of so.
3- You also do not want to try this if there are winds, it will be a waste of time. The first attempt I went outside, gave it a go, and the ones that did not immediately pop just sort of froze, they resembled a translucent plastic ball. There was not stunning pattern to them or anything. So…
4- I added in a bit of sugar, just a few pinches, since it was a smaller bottle. Then tried it again. I def. saw some patterns, but they were still popping fairly easily.
Aly @ Aly Dawn says
Great tips! I have always wanted to do this.