Ultra-high Speed Photos of Water Droplets by Ronny Tertnes.
Norwegian Photographer Ronny Tertnes has a way with water. While his camera is pretty basic: Canon EOS 7D + 100mm f/2.8L macro lens and a couple of strobes. Combined with the Splash art drip kit and a vast knowledge of manipulating liquids, Ronny takes photos that make water seem as easy to manage as clay.
While a little bit of photoshop is used in the processm, most of the photos are done in camera, using a back-poster (explained here), and water additives which give the water different consistencies and “popping” stracture.
These stunning ultra-high speed photos of water droplets show the water’s displacement as various liquids are being dropped in. Ronny, who works full time as an IT administrator, set up his camera and flash rigs to capture the exact moment a droplet hit the surface, sometimes causing several drops to collide into each other.
Ultra-high Speed Photos of Water Droplets by Ronny Tertnes: