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The impeccable frozen flower photography

Published 5 years ago

It’s the uniqueness of the ideas and non-standard approaches to capturing the reality that makes photographers stand out among the other pros and bring their work to another level, which is called the real art. Only creative minds are able to use their cameras to turn the common image of photography upside down, change the perspectives and approach the world they capture in a completely different way to show people the side of things they would never even think of.

For instance, flower photography has been around for a while. And, while admiring the natural beauty of tender petals, elegant buds, and astonishing flowers, people rarely expect something astonishing and mind-blowing when they think about this genre of professional photography.

But, that’s until their take a look at these inspirational shots of frozen flowers – unbelievable creations of a small group of photographers who combine the magic of frozen water and the beauty of all kinds of flowers to take their awesome shots. It seems like the ice reveals the true glory of a flower, stops the time and enhances the diversity of colors, tiny details, shapes, and lines, which would otherwise remain unnoticed. The way the ice bubbles form, the clarity of the water and the position the flower gets frozen inside the ice cube is something a photographer has to work really hard on in order to get a perfect picture. The artist strives to maximize the color, ensure great composition, take high-quality close-ups and come up with a technique that makes the ideal freeze possible.

These pictures (taken by Mo Devlin) showcase how the hands and the eye of a photography artist may turn the ice and the flower into a masterpiece.

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Image source: Martin Klimas photography

Martin Klimas’s frozen flower photography is a separate, outstanding chapter of the genre. Being inspired by the scientific experiments, he decided to explore their poetic side and employ some of them to capture the fragile beauty of the things before they turn into a million pieces of nothing.

He freezes flowers in liquid nitrogen, uses a powerful air cannon to blow them up and captures the impeccable moment before the frozen beauty of a flower breaks apart into a pile of tiny shards. Just look how powerful and heartbreaking these shots are. The brilliance of the breakdown.

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