luka fineisen

Wouldn’t it be amazing to come around a corner, and find a floor full of giant, delicate, unpoppable plastic bubbles? >> installation work of German artist Luka Fineisen

Water splash fast shutter speed, sole use of colour

Fast shutter photo catching the movement. Water splash fast shutter speed, sole use of colour

I chose to pin the this photo because it is a great example of shutter speed. It captures a fist going through water. I thought it was interesting because our naked eye wouldn't be able to pick up on the details presented in this photo.

Punching water :P

Implosion: This decayed pumpkin has collapsed in on itself and is covered in a toxic looking green, furry mould

It looks better than it smells: Sci-fi art which is made from rotting fruit and vegetables

Rotting food gone arty: Heikki Leis' photographs

Ori Gersht

Ori Gersht / Time After Time: Untitled No. 19 LVT Print mounted on aluminium

Exploding Flowers, Ori Gersht

Ori Gersht - exploding floral arrangements, based upon a Century still-life painting by Henri Fantin-Latour.

High speed photography used as refrence for computer generated images, renderings and compositing. Visit my Online Portfolio here -> http://TommyAndersson.com Please Repin, Like, Comment or Follow! #TommyAndersson #HighSpeedPhotography

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Decaying Fruit. Oil on canvas on board. 30cm wide.

Oil on canvas on board.

Aljaž	Vidmar, 2011 - 'Milk Splash'; Fast Shutter Speed, Dark, Liquid, Duotone, Fresh

Aljaž Vidmar, 2011 - 'Milk Splash'; Fast Shutter Speed, Dark, Liquid, Duotone, Fresh

Beautiful Photos of Decaying Fruit

Ohio artist, Dennis Wojtkiewicz [voyt-KEV-itch] explores the sensitive nature of time in his oversized oil paintings of fruit and flowers. The transitory nature of his subject matter is encapsulated.


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