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Fish Heads by Tim Tadder Captures Submerged Individuals

 - Jul 31, 2012
References: behance.net & thisiscolossal
Fish Heads by Tim Tadder is a phenomenal underwater series of individuals who are partially and completely submerged in water. These pictures capture models from unique vantage points in a range of exaggerated and dramatic poses.

This type of digital photography is created using water surface tension. This forms the textured and very detailed look on each person’s face. The photos are so exact that they show each and every line, hair and freckle on the model's faces. The individuals are captured in shocking positions with their eyes wide and mouths agape.

Tim Tadder is a Los Angeles-based photographer who specializes in digital photography and advertising. He creates campaigns for consumer brands that include Coke Zero, Adidas, Budweiser and more. He takes a different approach to shooting advertising campaigns by turning then into highly stylized action shots.