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Frozen Sculptures

He is often asked his process of creating these liquid sculptures and says, “What you see on this site are high-resolution photographs of liquids in motion, captured with high-speed flash photography. I use Photoshop to clean up the background, balance the color and tidy up a bit. I don’t alter the shapes or composition. What you see is what nature provided.”

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Against The Odds

 Martin is fascinated by fluids in motion. He creates these various shapes by varying the drops’ trajectories and manipulating the physical properties. He uses dye, glycerin and soap to control the color, viscosity and surface tension.

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 “Liquid Sculpture images are fluids in motion, frozen in time by a flash of light. They are droplets witnessed in mid-splash. I orchestrate these sculptures by accurately aiming the drops and releasing them with precise timing. As nature takes its course, I photograph the unfolding forms using a digital camera and electronic flash.

 

 

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 Blue Foamy Crown

He is often asked his process of creating these liquid sculptures and says, “What you see on this site are high-resolution photographs of liquids in motion, captured with high-speed flash photography. I use Photoshop to clean up the background, balance the color and tidy up a bit. I don’t alter the shapes or composition. What you see is what nature provided.”

 

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Via: inventorspot.com