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Alberto Seveso, well, get ready. His latest series of underwater ink photographs is entitled a due Colori and they are simply breathtaking. The images are made by taking high-speed photographs of two colors of ink mixing with water.

Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso, well, get ready. His latest series of underwater ink photographs is entitled a due Colori and they are simply breathtaking. The images are made by taking high-speed photographs of two colors of ink mixing with water.

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3D Art and Motion Design by JR Schmidt

Beautiful processing Posters created by Artist & Motion Designer JR Schmidt. The color combos and abstraction here is fascinating.

taste of red smoke

Even sexier in black! Ink drops in water - super sexy, smooth, exciting, soft.

Zware metalen, inkt en water vloeien samen in deze betoverende foto's | The Creators Project

Zware metalen, inkt en water vloeien samen in deze betoverende foto's

Seveso drops plumes of various inks into water, capturing the organic shapes that form with a high-speed camera. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

High-Speed Photographs of Ink Dropped into Water: In his ongoing exploration with high-speed photography and colour, Alberto Seveso drops plumes of various inks into water, capturing the organic shapes that form with a high-speed camera.

Blackground by Alberto Seveso, via Behance

The italian photographer and illustrator Alberto Seveso just released a new series of ink plumes photographed underwater against a black background titled Blackground.

Photograph by Marcel Christ.  Color, Explosion, Photography

Still life photographer Marcel Christ has discovered something profoundly beautiful with this simple but effective series of photographs capturing the explosions of colored powder.

Alberto Seveso has made a name for himself with his vibrant, underwater photos of plumes of ink, but his latest series incorporates various metals that make the underwater plumes glisten.

Alberto Seveso has made a name for himself with his vibrant, underwater photos of plumes of ink, but his latest series incorporates various metals that make the underwater plumes glisten.

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