German artist Markus Reugels captures stunning water sculptures with a complex set-up that would make any engineer proud. He refers to the work as liquid art. By using high-speed gear, colored flashes and gels, ink, pellet guns, and some creative backdrops, Reugels captures images through part design / part chance. Rendering beauty in a split second, Reugels does not use any post-processing manipulation to alter color or form.
PNY Photo Ambassador Focus: Markus Reugels
The striking colors and delicate forms remind me of Alice in Wonderland. It definitely takes quite a sense of wonder to create these beautifully rendered forms, leaving so much up to chance and luck.
See more of Markus Reugels’ work on his website.
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Stay Inspired ~ Jules