Vibrant liquid macro photography by Michael Suppan Gorgeous captures of a fleeting, fluid moment in time. Reminiscent of Harold Edgerton’s iconic Milk Drop Coronet, perhaps the most perfect fluid dynamics photo ever taken.
Behind the scenes by : Using a roller stand for a speedlite is like driving a Hummer to Whole Foods.
Starting with two softboxes (A and B) placed as close as possible to his subject, Art added a silver Lastolite Skylite reflector behind her (C) to highlight the hair and shoulders. To increase the portrait’s intimate feel, he posed her against a wall of black seamless (D). He then used a 2:1 lighting ratio, with the larger, top half of the clamshell (A) twice as bright as the bottom. This helped him produce some shadows in the lower half of the portrait to set off the face.
Coffee Time is a collection of of anti-gravity photos taken by professional photographer Egor N. The gravity-defying photographs, taken using a high speed camera, capture the splashes and swirls of milk, sugar cubes, and cream.