The Liquid Glass Photography Turns Clear Canisters into Raging Tsunamis

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Oct 4, 2012 • References: jbfotografia &
Watch water and see-through decanters collide in the Jean BĂ©rard Fotografia (JBF) Liquid Glass photography.

Liquids are filmed splashing up against the sides of canisters, twisting around them like water serpents and ensnaring them in a deathly grip. The force of the clear liquid causes rippling patterns to appear on the smooth glassy surface of each container. Magically, the water seems to be frozen in time once it hits the glass surface with only a few droplets escaping to the background of the overall photo.

The JBF Liquid Glass photography is stunningly minimalist, using a solid blue background to enhance intrigue and intimacy with the photos. The bare-bones approach to the photography is what directs the viewers eye to the waves of the clear substance. Stats for Splashy Spotlit Portraits Trending: Older & Average
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