When the cheap porcelain figures fall to the floor, they are broken. Photographer Martin Klimas decided to create this simple process in real poetry of motion. Have a look of his amazing work…..
1.Pictures of figures for a second before they fall apart into pieces. (Martin Klimas)
2. As a result, the contrast of flying slices of hands, feet and other body parts different directions and their imperturbable facial expressions is amazing. (Martin Klimas)
3. The author calls his creation “Temporary sculptures.” (Martin Klimas)
4. Every photo he does only once, because we had to kill a lot of porcelain figurines, its necessary to take a good shot. (Martin Klimas)
5. He looks in the frame which can express the best transition of figures into a new form. (Martin Klimas)
6. Figures are falling from a height of 3 meters. (Martin Klimas)
7. Figures that had stood motionless on the shelves, suddenly acquire a sense of movement and dynamics. (Martin Klimas)
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