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Soap, Milk, Acrylic paint, Water and Guar Gum Make Up These Remarkable Liquid Sculptures | ExposureGuide.com

High-Speed Photography Turns Water Droplets Into Liquid Sculptures The German amateur photographer Markus Reugels has perfected the art of high-speed water-droplet photography, capturing every drop’s conceivable fleeting pose.

Three in a row by Markus Reugels on 500px

'Three in a Row' by German photographer Marcus Reugels. via design boom

"High speed photography of water droplets is nothing new, but with a spash of colour these photos are really different. Courtesy of Paulo Gabriel" Click through to see some gorgeous shots; this one looks like a carnival ride at night to me!

Steel wool spinning shot by @scottcolligan1 at the Hillsborough Forest Park in Northern Ireland. Steel wool spinning is so much fun, especially when you use your @gopro to capture it. The possibilities with the GoPro cameras are endless. You can do so much nice stuff with it. #GoPro #nightshot #steelwool #lightpainting

Steel wool spinning shot by at the Hillsborough Forest Park in Northern Ireland. Steel wool spinning is so much fun, especially when you use your to capture it. The possibilities with the GoPro cameras are endless. You can do so much nice stuff with it.

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