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Ocean Waves Crash With Dyed Color

Ocean Waves Crash With Dyed Color

Ocean Waves Crash With Dyed Color

Paris-based photographer Arnaud Lajeunie‘s dramatic series Water meets colour, colour meets water captures striking images of ocean waves crashing and swirling with vibrant colors. Lajeunie tints the surging water with a multitude of sugar-based dyes like acid green and deep indigo, creating visually wonderful scenes.

“I rely on the camera as a device with technical features that can give tangible shapes to ever-moving fluxes, in this case the waves,” the photographer explains. “The high shutter speed transcends the human reflex of persistence of vision: it reveals existing shapes that the ‘mortal eye’ cannot perceive on its own. Here, colour is seen as a raw material, as are the waves and the rocks. Colour adds density and thickness to transparent water, thus enhancing the flux fixation process.”

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Long Exposure Photographs of Waves by David Orias

Long Exposure Photographs of Waves by David Orias

Long Exposure Photographs of Waves by David Orias

Photographer David Orias from Santa Barbara, California takes photos of waves with a slow shutter speed, capturing their movement, color, and power as they come crashing down from the Pacific Ocean. The stunning photo series, titled Waves, were taken at the beaches of Southern California. “Southern California has its fire season and sometimes this creates conditions of eerie orange light in the morning as the sunlight is filtered and scattered by smoke particles. This creates unusual and to some viewers unrealistic colors. I take the baseline colors and work with them to create a fine art appeal,” says David.

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Liquid Sculptures: Powerful Waves Photographed by Pierre Carreau

Powerful Waves Photographed by Pierre Carreau

Powerful Waves Photographed by Pierre Carreau

By growing up surrounded by a family of artists including a photographer, painter and sculptor, it is not unexpected for photographer Pierre Carreau, born in 1972 near Paris, to be influenced by them and develop his creative upbringing and artistic output.

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Simple Science Turned Stunning Art Photography by Fabian Oefner

Simple Science Turned Stunning Art Photography by Fabian Oefner

Simple Science Turned Stunning Art Photography by Fabian Oefner

Fabian Oefner is a curious investigator, Swiss photographer and artist, whose work moves between the fields of art and science. He is known for using art to breathtakingly illustrate simple science at work. His images captures crystals of color rising in reaction to a speaker’s sound waves, magnetic liquid pushing paint into canals and many more unique and colorful patterns.

Oefner explains the motivation behind his creations: “I’m trying to use these phenomena, and show them in a poetic and unseen way, and therefore invite the viewer to pause for a moment and think about all the beauty that is constantly surrounding us.”

To date, subjects have included sound waves, iridescence, even magnetic ferroliquids and fire. His photographs have been exhibited in various countries and are part of private collections around the globe.

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Waterscapes by Miguel Rita

Waterscapes by Miguel Rita

Waterscapes by Miguel Rita

52 colorful photos showing different waterscapes is what consists of this amazing photography project. Miguel Rita used HDR technique to enhance her photos and bring out the color and life of each photo.

The sunrise and sunset coupled with waves and rocks made a wonderful snapshots of these waterscapes.

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