Water Drop Photography
When I came across Stephen Reynold‘s water drop photography I was amazed at how beautiful and unique each image looked. It reminded me of cloud watching and trying to figure out what they all looked like. In the spirit of this, I’ve given every image a name to describe it. Let us know what you think the images should be called? The crazier the better!
The photographs are taken in a studio, in total darkness. The drop that is going to be captured falls through an infrared sensor or a laser trigger. An extremely precise timing unit, capable of measuring time down to almost the nanosecond, begins to run. A fraction of a second later, this unit fires the flashes which take the picture, as the drop splashes down. Stephen uses a variety of objects in the background of the pictures to add colors and textures to the photograph. This can include flowers, postcards, fabric or other materials. Check out his amazing images below.
If you’d like to find more out about Stephen or purchase some of his artwork visit : www.liquid-art-gallery.com