Marcus Reugels’ Water Art Photography
An incredibly talented German photographer specializes in high-speed and macro photography.
Human eyes are too slow to see these fascinating shapes built by water drops without any help. With the high speed photography its possible to freeze those magic moments in a single picture. Markus Reugels, an incredibly talented German photographer specializes in high-speed and macro photography, mostly his photography centers around water droplets and the brilliant splashes, reflections and shapes they create.
The technique, looks very simple at first sight, but is actually quite difficult. The photos are not manipulated with any photoshop, it’s all about controlling the shape and size of the drop, the background, temperature, distance and the lighting to have a perfect “refraction”. The tones and contrasts are all naturally processed. For sure, the whole thing needs to be repeatable many many times, so he can adjust the final result. Of course as Marcus says “You can plan everything, but each drop is unique”. As a result you witness the beautiful side of liquid, in its most artistic form.
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