The photography of Benjamin Henon is utterly gorgeous. Captured in a surreal manner, he focuses on whimsical textures and shapes that form in mid-air. From liquid to aerial textures such as smoky pastel clouds, high-boiling gasoline and bubbles of water, his latest series is as mind-boggling as it is magnificent.
It's hard to imagine how Benjamin Henon achieved these images as well. Although a lot of skill went into its ones, it's only natural many people will assume he also had the help of such computer programs as Photoshop. That said, the details in each image are so realistic, it's clear that Benjamin Henon simply relied a lot of patience, determination and perhaps some luck for the series.