London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz (previous) is at it again. His newest calendar for 2015 features famous superheroines like Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, Supergirl and She-Hulk wearing suits made of liquid paint. By applying the same concept he used to create the Milky Pin Ups 2014 calendar, Jaroslav layered hundreds of photographs of his models splashed with paint.
The series, Colourant, according to New York based photographer Jeremy Floto is about, “The shot that you can’t get, that’s what you want.” Non-toxic, water based paints were thrown into the air and captured at a shutter speed of 3500th of a second.
Italian photographer Alberto Seveso created a series called Blackground. Utilizing high speed photography he captured what ink plumes look like underwater against a black background. The technique captures the ink’s various colors blending into each other and the curvaceous fluidity of the substance.
Jack Long creates his beautiful and supernatural-looking liquid shapes using extremely high speeds. By capturing the shot at just the right moment, the Milwaukee-based photographer lets us see the spectacular forms that splashing liquid creates.
Comical grad student and photographer Kaija Straumanis knows how to get a laugh..and a precise shot. In her self-portrait series, she depicts herself getting hit in the head with a variety of objects.
In these perfectly timed photographs, Tadder captures his models wearing hair that’s made out of water. He achieves the process with water balloons, tacks, a creative vision that defies ordinary poses, and, no doubt, extreme patience.
Ronny Tertnes captures the most amazing images with high-speed photography and liquids. By plopping a single droplet of water or milk and capturing the splash it creates, he is able to capture familiar shapes that can only be achieved with this medium.