More Water Drop Photos by Corrie White
Some unusual water drop photos. You can see more of Corrie White's spectacular water drop photography at her website Liquid Drop Art.
From the photographer:
I have a passion for water drop photography! A macro art form where you can mold a figure made of liquids, and where each one is totally unique. This type of photography lets you experience what is usually invisible to the human eye. A lot of my water drops were done manually with a medicine dropper and a good sense of timing. The more complex forms are now done by using Mumford's Time Machine and the Drip Kit which allow me to create some very unique and fascinating figures. The colours I use come from food dyes and various flash gels. The forms of the water and milk shapes are pure and unedited.