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Beauty at the end of a needle - `Ice-11
Trying something different again, but of course one thing that will never change is my love for colours.
I'd like to take this idea further. I already have an idea for it, so wish me luck! :D
Equipment UsedCanon EOS 450D // Canon EF-S 18-55mm IS // Extension tubes // Slik Pro 400DX tripod
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Let me say that i have some difficulties to describe the magnificence this true Masterpiece who speaks loudly with its vibrant colours instills in me. I don't know if i have to start first from technique or sensations this Artwork creates.
The first and immediate thing that attracted me were the iridescent colours of both background and reflection on droplet. The blurry effect of background blends perfectly vivid colours of reflected image. Let me say that if i had to use a word to sum this work up is: meta-painting. Yes, because looking at the colourful flowers on droplet reminds me of a painting. It looks like an oil painting. I've noticed in your works you tend to work on colours, and the professional and creative way you do creates an explosive pleasant-looking macro. I love how screwdriver tip seems to create this droplet, it almost reminds me of a needle that injects Life onto things. The droplet as an optical condenser is a bright (no pun intended) idea of creating something completely new and creative from a subject generally overused in Photography. The overall composition is hypnotising, you did a great job! Congratulations, you always amazes me!
SUPERB. These are normally seen on the tips of blades of grass and so on but I never though of using a needle to achieve the same idea. BRILLIANT! Please tell me, is it a syringe or regular needle? It looks more like the former.
I love this! I really love how you can take somthing that could be said to be overdone, the whole droplet of water thing, and then make it totally fresh and new again. Great work And of course the colours are great - very funky