Over the Summer of 2012, I made a quite in depth investigation into high speed photography, with liquids in particular. I used a solution of half milk, half water, and some food coloring. My investigation began by splashing around with a syringe in a glass bowl with a shallow puddle of this liquid. The images I got were pretty interesting! Many of them resembled the well known droplet photographs that everyone things of.
So how'd I do that?
2/6/2013 - Update
This time, I'm making a bit of a bigger attempt to protect my camera and contain the mess. Mom is certainly happy about that, the second part mostly. However, she's also a bit unhappy because I've decided to occupy an entire room with a 10' x 12' x 8' plastic box. Reluctantly, in the name of science and art, she allows it.