Liquid Art

Markus Reugels, a German amateur photographer who has perfected the theme, has produced an exhaustive catalog of his favorite subject captured in every conceivable, fleeting pose. The various effects and shapes are achieved by modulating the time between the two drops: At 6 drops per second, hat-like shapes form; at 10 drops per second, mushrooms; and at 15, flying saucers.  This is also from FastCompany.com. Can’t you just see how making droplets dance could become an obsession? Not only does he make these images but tells you how to do it. Visit him at http://www.markusreugels.de/

 

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