Pierre Carreau's High Speed Camera Captures Brushstroke-Inspired Waves

By: Jana Pijak - Feb 23, 2015
References: pierrecarreau & fubiz.net
Pierre Carreau's ocean photography series may resemble a set of hyper-realistic paintings thanks to his use of a high speed camera tool. Based in St. Bartholomew, the French photographer captures close-ups of waves and flowing water while emphasizing texture in an artistic way.

Described as photographic sculptures, Pierre Carreau's images are visually bold and may resemble expressive art works to the untrained eye. His work boasts a textural quality and look as if they have been conceived using painted brush strokes.

Overall, this ocean photography series will appeal to lovers of nature and the surfer at heart. Capturing the raw beauty of nature and its bodies of water, the image set is truly inspirational and visually engaging.