Posts Tagged ‘splashes’

Portraits of Women Wearing Water Wigs

A couple of months ago we featured a creative project by photographer Tim Tadder called Water Wigs, which featured portraits of bald guys wearing splashes of water as wigs. The creative images quickly went viral online.

Now Tadder is back with a followup project called Water Wigs Women, which features the exact same idea applied to female models. What’s crazy is that some of the models were willing to shave their head for these images.
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Awesome Photos of Bald Men Wearing Water Splashes as Wigs

Los Angeles-based photographer Tim Tadder, whose humorous Fish Head project we recently featured, is back again with another creative photo project based around experiments with water. This time, he found a bunch of bald guys, hurled water balloons at their heads, and then used a laser and sound trigger to capture high speed photographs. The resulting series, titled Water Wigs, shows the models wearing evanescent wigs created entirely of water.
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How to Create the Google Logo Using Photos of Tossed Paint

To celebrate Google+’s one year anniversary, photographer Alex Koloskov and retoucher Genia Larionova teamed up on a photo project to recreate the Google logo using photographs of paint. They tossed paint matching the colors of each letter into the air multiple times and picked out the best shapes, which were then combined in Photoshop.
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Incredible Flowers Created with Splashes and High Speed Photography

Photographer Jack Long has an absolutely amazing series of photographs titled Vessels and Blooms that features liquid flowers captured by shooting high speed photographs of splashes. The images are not faked with Photoshop, but are instead single exposures that result from months of planning and testing.
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Beautifully Detailed Photos of Splashes

German photographer Heinz Maier only started doing photography last year, but his stunning photographs of water drop splashes are already taking the Internet by storm. By using a macro lens and colored filters, Maier makes tiny splashes of liquid look like intricate glass sculptures.
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How to Photograph Your Fist Smashing Through a Wall of Water

This beautiful (and disorienting) photograph was made by Evan Sharboneau of Photo Extremist. If you can’t make sense of it, try tilting your head 90-degrees to the left. The technique isn’t too difficult — it’s taken the same way as photos of things dropped into water.
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