Mark Mawson has a very interesting portfolio, and part of his awesome work is the Aqueous series — A collection of underwater ink photographs in which he drops paint in a tank of water and quickly captures the myriad of patterns that the paint creates.
These incredibly stunning photos of vibrant, smoke-ish color patterns made me stare for minutes and minutes. And the longer I stare, the more I feel hypnotized by them. Listening to Speed, Glue & Shinki – a Japanese psychedelic garage band, sort of amplified my amazement over the photos. It’s like cloud painting where you imagine and form shapes when looking at the clouds.
Marc Bower-Briggs' Light Paintings at Stonehenge Photographer Marc Bower-Briggs uses various light tools to create stunning images of one of the World Heritage sites: Stonehenge. Let's take a look at some of his compositions after the jump...
Gizmodo Talks About Film Photography Consumer electronics weblog Gizmodo mentions Lomography and talks about film and how more and more people are getting into the analogue lifestyle. Read more after the jump...
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