Freeze action: I like how the freeze of the water is because you can see the water feather out at the top and the water colour splash fall into the water.

Freeze action: I like how the freeze of the water is because you can see the water feather out at the top and the water color splash fall into the water. Splash Of Color

moment/vital this photo contains vibrant colors, leading lines bc of the fence and contains rule of thirds

What Awaits You In the Afterlife?

moment/vital this photo contains vibrant colors, leading lines bc of the fence and contains rule of thirds ✌🏼

Dancing Paint - High Speed Water Photography - WOW!

Dancing Paint - High Speed Water Photography

Shopping list You really don’t need a great deal of equipment to get going with ink drop photography. As with any specialist technique you can spend a fortune on a flashy kit, but before you lay out hundreds of pounds on macro lenses why not take a trial run first? You’ll need: a selection of different coloured inks a medicine dropper or pipette a fish tank or a large glass container a large piece of white paper or a soft box a strong light a camera with manual focus manually operated flash.

a selection of different coloured inks, a medicine dropper or pipette, a fish tank or a large glass container a large piece of white paper or a soft box a strong light a camera with manual focus manually operated flash.

“Paint Job” is a series of fashion-fused still-life images that illustrates the cynical side of a painter’s job

Singapore-based art duo FAKEDCANDID conjured an insinuating yet brightly coloured photo campaign for the new collection of indie fashion label SOMEWHERE NOWHERE.

South African artist Chris Slabber has created an exquisite series of images using pigmented ink and paint falling through water. Slabber captures incredibly detailed images of the liquid plumes with high-speed photography and digitally manipulates them, blending in faces and figures. Recently exhibited at KKNK 2014, an Afrikaans-language art festival in Oudtshoorn SA, the series […]

Hauntingly beautiful images of faces blended with ink in water

South African artist Chris Slabber has created an exquisite series of images using pigmented ink and paint falling through water. Slabber captures incredibly detailed images of the liquid plumes with high-speed photography and digitally manipulates them,

Coagulation | Cliff Briggie

Cliff Briggie combines water, colour and ice to create these complex abstract visuals. These abstract ice paintings are pleasing to the eye and can be used for future textile patterns.

“Impermanence” is a series of portraits by Korean photographer and microbiologist Seung-Hwan Oh who drowns his films camera before using them, into a cultivation of fungus mushrooms. The bacterias devour the film for an abstract and destroyed result. A beautiful way to mistreat a film and to rebel against the perfect and idealized pictures we see everywhere nowadays.

red-lipstick: Seung-Hwan Oh aka Tonio Oh (b. Seoul, Korea) - Untitled from Impermanence series, 2013 Photography via Empty Kingdom

I hate Kool-aide by liquid in plastic, via Flickr {high speed photography experiment}

Arrested motion is motion caught in transition. Like here we see the hammer coming down on the glass causing a shatter effect. I like they did this picture with the bold green against the achromatic colors. By Dan Newton called "I hate Kool-aide"

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Molly Cranna Still Life Photography

The repetition of the birdies are very I appealing as well as the repetition of the squares in the background provided a contrast of repeating being patterns that keep your eyes looking for things. This is very interesting and unique add in graphic design

Blanc Pâle

I find the purple steeped herbal tea-bags really interesting through their lose of colour yet they bring some different elements to the piece as this happens.

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