Below stunning photos by Serbian photographer Dusan Stojancevic presents us an interesting project – microcosmos which shows the city in a tiny water droplet. Using a macro photography technique (not Photoshop), Stojancevic began to capture familiar tourist sites in an unprecedented way 15 years ago. By tuning his lens to tiny water droplets in front of city landmarks, Stojancevic managed to get these highly recognisable buildings in the fragile walls of a bubble.
Brooklyn Bridge – NYC
Photograph of reflection isn’t something new, however, to find these hidden world need keen eyes. Focusing mainly on rain puddles, Guido Gutiérrez Ruiz uses their natural mirroring ability to take shots which appear to contain buildings and landscapes doubled over. Take a look at below breathtaking photos and see how Ruiz described his work.
There are many techniques that photographers use to enhance their pictures and reflection is one of them. Using water, windows, mirrors or any sort of reflective surface can change an image into a work of art. Today, we will only focus on the usage of water and show you some amazing examples. Let’s see how those photographer clearly and creatively make use of water to completely alter the image from something fairly straightforward to something richer or abstract or otherwise more artistic.
1. by Rudi Hulshof
“Setup Liquid Art”, the latest project of German photographer Markus Reugels who uses large satellite photos or various pattern images as a backdrop and a high speed camera he captures the background’s refraction through water drops. The perfectly timed shots and painstaking creative process result in these spherical representations of the Earth, moon and other fabulous planets. Such an amazing effect of transforming images into liquid spheres. [source]