Posted: 10 Nov 2011 08:32 AM PST
German hobby photographer, Markus Reugels has turned photographing water-drops into a new science and art form. These photoshots could be easily mistaken for images taken far outer space, or something from a science-fiction film.
What Markus Reugels does is combining water droplets with food coloring and creative lighting to make these vibrant images, which were only able to be captured with high-speed camera equipment.
Markus, who proudly reveals his images are free from color and computerized manipulation, used a sensor to trigger the camera because the water falls too fast for his finger to operate the shutter.
An extremely fast shutter speed of of up to 1/16,000 per second allowed him to capture detail the human eye could never see.
The end result shows how the artist is making quite a splash with his unique works.
+ Markus Reugels
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