Corrie White: Liquid Flow

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These images are created by dropping cream or water into a small aquarium. The images are then rotated 180 degrees.

Corrie White is a photographer born in the Netherlands. She has a passion for water drop photography; a macro art form where you can mold a figure made of liquids, and where each one is totally unique. Corrie White is basically self-taught and learned water drop photography from some tutorials online. The colours she uses come from food dyes and various flash gels. The forms of the water and milk shapes are pure and unedited.

Corrie White has made some discoveries in water drop photography. One method she started using was to color white milk splashes using colored gels on the flash guns which made some very colorful forms. She has also combined soap film and water drops simultaneously as well as the liquid flow combo.

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