Jan 28, 2019
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18 High-Speed Photographs of Ink Dropped Into Water

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Artist and commercial photographer Alberto Seveso (featured previously here and here) recently shared a series of unused shots from recent projects.

The artist has become well-known for his incredible high-speed photographs of ink dropped into water. At normal speed the ink disperses quite quickly, but with a high-speed camera Seveso is able to capture amazing textures and shapes that only exist for fractions of a second. The beautiful plumes are fascinating to study.

For more, be sure to check out Alberto’s artwork at the links below.

[via Behance]

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
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ALBERTO SEVESO
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ALBERTO SEVESO
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ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

ALBERTO SEVESO
Website | Facebook | Behance | Instagram

 

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