Splashes of Colours, Water Figures by Linden Gledhill (4 pics)


Beautiful imagery and literally, splashes of colours, are here to entice you. I love anything to do with colours, and I just thought these are splendid and beautiful.

“Shapes made out of water based paints and sound from a speaker. Motion captured with mic triggered SB800 Nikon flash controlled by StopShot. See www.cognisys-inc.com . Credit must go to Frans who shows how these water figures are made see [email protected]/Linden.g’s flickr.

Check out more pictures from Linden’s flickr and be inspired. 🙂

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