Talented nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko has an eye for taking photos that bring small natural worlds up to our level, showing us how the world might look if we could see it through the eyes of an ant, snail or lizard. His photography feature snails enthralled by drops of water or kissing and insects stretching across gaps of water in setups that are nothing less than picture-perfect.
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Some probably think these fantastical shapes are created by computer, but actually, those are real liquid drops, captured in high speed by Corrie White. Born in the Netherlands and currently based in Canada, Corrie told us that water drop photography started off as a mere hobby and soon she went from using primitive tools to pro equipment.
If your hobbies range from food to art to science, they might seem incompatible at first – not to Caren Alpert, though, who combined all of those and presented some stunning microscopic food photographs. The series, called Terra Cibus, were created with an electron microscope, which helps to reveal the side of our food we don’t normally get to see.
UK-based photographer Sharon Johnstone uses her macro lens like a key to open the fascinating world of little things. She comes back with a beautiful collection of macro photographs showing tiny drops of dew on dandelions. “I think I am at my happiest when I am crawling around on my hands and knees exploring a small patch of moss dripping with sparkling dew in the early morning sun,” says Sharon.
Spanish sculptor and artist Romulo Celdran (born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1973) makes hyper-realistic oversized versions of everyday household objects. Romulo says that his series entitled ‘Macro’ acts as a kind of traditional magnifying glass that draws us closer to the object worthy of observation even when we keep an appropriate distance in order to view it.
Balakov is a guy from United Kingdom that takes a lot of LEGO pictures and says that he loves “messing about with macro lighting”. Where did he learn photography, or more exactly working with lights? “Strobist.com taught me everything I know.” says Balakov. Panda is proud to present his incredible collection or reproductions called “Classics in LEGO”.
Hello! Bored panda is here again to kill your boredom. Are you ready to look into the second most complex organs besides brains? Are your ready to look at the mirror of the soul so close, maybe even close enough to see the soul? Beware! After seeing these photos, you will never look at the human eyes the same way, nor at the fly eyes. Still want to see them?