Droplet Art

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It may have taken six months, hundred of pictures and endless patience, but the efforts of Indian photographer Tapan Sheth have all been worth it after he managed to capture these stunning images of ‘water sculptures’.

Sheth, from Rajkot, in Gujarat, added coloured dye to liquid along with guar gum, a food thickener similar to cornflour, then set up his camera equipment.

The 34-year-old  got these mesmerizing images by letting a drop fall into the rest of the liquid, then quickly pressing the camera shutter.

Tapan Sheth, 34, from India, took six months to create these mesmerising images by letting coloured droplets fall into liquid
Tapan Sheth, 34, from India, took six months to create these mesmerizing images by letting coloured droplets fall into liquid

 

To create the magical effects Sheth added coloured dyes and guar gum, a thickener similar to cornfour, to water before letting the drop fall
To create the magical effects Sheth added colored dyes and guar gum, a thickener similar to corn flour, to water before letting the drop fallContinue reading

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