Jim Kramer Uses High-Speed Photography to Capture Unique Shots

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: May 10, 2012 • References: jim-kramer & huffingtonpost
High-speed photography is the art form of taking pictures of fast-moving objects and capturing them as a still. As you can see from Jim Kramer’s water droplet photos, what makes this type of imagery so amazing is that each shot is unique. Kramer uses pinballs, magnets, lasers, water, milk, glycol, guar gum, glycerin and soap to form his art pieces.

With the number of varying ingredients used to form these designs, the series sounds like a baking recipe as opposed to an art project. The contrasting colors and water shapes are well highlighted with the solid black and white backdrops. These dramatic, yet powerful high-speed photography shots by Jim Kramer are definitely creatively distinctive works of art. Stats for Water Droplet Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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