Irja Linnerud
More ideas from Irja
52 photography projects: a photo idea to try every week in 2015 | Digital Camera World

From easy home photography projects you can do today to creative long-terms projects, here are 52 fantastic photo ideas you have to try this year.

52 photography projects: a photo idea to try every week in 2015 | Digital Camera World

From easy home photography projects you can do today to creative long-terms projects, here are 52 fantastic photo ideas you have to try this year.

Unique, impossible to recreate and infinitely creative; ink drop photography is a beautifully engaging art. And what’s more, it’s surprisingly easy to do yourse(...)

Unique, impossible to recreate and infinitely creative; ink drop photography is a beautifully engaging art. And what’s more, it’s surprisingly easy to do yourse(.

Shopping list  You really don’t need a great deal of equipment to get going with ink drop photography. As with any specialist technique you can spend a fortune on a flashy kit, but before you lay out hundreds of pounds on macro lenses why not take a trial run first? You’ll need: a selection of different coloured inks a medicine dropper or pipette a fish tank or a large glass container a large piece of white paper or a soft box a strong light a camera with manual focus manually operated…

a selection of different coloured inks, a medicine dropper or pipette, a fish tank or a large glass container a large piece of white paper or a soft box a strong light a camera with manual focus manually operated flash.

South African artist Chris Slabber has created an exquisite series of images using pigmented ink and paint falling through water. Slabber captures incredibly detailed images of the liquid plumes with high-speed photography and digitally manipulates them, blending in faces and figures. Recently exhibited at KKNK 2014, an Afrikaans-language art festival in Oudtshoorn SA, the series […]

Human figures emerge from roiling clouds of paint in the digital illustration series "Destruction/Creation" by artist Chris Slabber. Slabber created the il