Water has a magical way of transforming people and objects, which is evident in this underwater ink photography series. The colorful substance takes on a life of its own, turning into three dimensional plumes and abstract forms that is hard not to lose oneself in. Titled 'Blackground,' the black backdrop makes the shapes stand out all the more, thanks to the rich and vibrant hues used.
The underwater ink photography series was captured by Alberto Seveso. In a way, some of the images can be likened to alien life forms, which makes them even more mind-boggling. Perhaps their billowy textures will inspire the design of some kind of alien species for an upcoming sci-fi blockbuster or series.
Underwater Ink Photography
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