These close up images of water droplets by stay-at-home father Shawn Knol depict an impressive range of colors, shapes and sizes. By way of a DSLR camera, Knol has zeroed in on the beauty of tiny liquid bubbles, showcasing just how much is going on within a small slice of nature.
In contrast to other photographers who also focus on small beads of water, Knol has captured spider webs, feathers and slick surfaces. As his pictures are zoomed in several times over via two lenses, in many cases it is actually difficult to comprehend exactly what Knol is photographing.
While Knol's portfolio appears quite professional and sophisticated, there is a certain DIY aspect that is essential to his projects. A homemade diffuser and basic crafts such as glitter and tulle have all been used, proving that talent reigns above all else.
Macro Water Droplet Photography
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