British photographer Jason Tozer has come up with these incredible images of simple drops of water for Creative Review. Using the Sony Alpha 900 D-SLR camera, which is equipped with 24.6 megapixels, Tozer captures some incredible stop-motion effects.
Tozer's 'Close' exhibition is set to open in January in London.
He gives some insight into how he is able to create his works: "With the shutter open more, you get these really long fiery trails, some droplets look like they have smoke coming out of them..."
Also shown are some of the other Tozer images in 'Closer,' including smoke, wine about to spill and what appears to be milk hovering in the air with a boot.
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