Artist Mark Mawson of London dripped paint into the water and filmed the wonderful result in the camera. Mark says “Most of all I like the picture with the blue ” fungus. ” This is one of my first shots, “.
1. Some people see poisonous toadstools in this photos, some said “fungus”, after a nuclear explosion, but these photos are taken by just a picture paints that had fallen into the water.
2. Creative 42-year-old photographer creates pictures and interesting photos for 22 years but only recently he discovered this method of creating bubbles in the water and stains.
3. Mark is specialized in underwater photography.
4. For these shots, he just took the paint of different colors and poured it into the water and took results in the camera
5. The difference in the density of different types of paint creates a different unimaginable forms in water.
6. His work has been seen by art connoisseurs in Hong Kong, and Mark hopes to make these photos, a new illustrated book.
7. Mark Says “I received excellent feedback about the work. Viewers can see all kinds of things in my photos, it all depends on perception, “.
8. Mark must be on guard all the time and be ready in time to press the button, because these forms are quickly dissolved in water.
9. “This is a very laborious process, but the result is worth it.”
10. Here, this shot especially look like fungus after a nuclear explosion .
11. Here is the author, Mark Mawson.
Ads by Google