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These amazing 'droplet shots' use high-speed photography to capture splashes of liquid forming beautiful shapes.    Photographer Jim Kramer experimented with water, cream, milk and glycol to achieve various weights and textures for his unique artworks.    He then aims lasers through the split-second sculptures, or adds in pinballs and magnets to complete the eye-catching effect.

Liquid gold: Amazing 'droplet shots' capture splashes of cream and water forming beautiful shapes

In an amazing display of high-speed photography, Ohio-based photographer Jim Kramer captured spectacular images of water droplets colliding—resulting in a symphony of colors and patterns

•♥• 500px / Jim Kramer / Photos

High-Speed Photography Captures Art In Drops Of Water

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

•♥• 500px / Jim Kramer / Photos

•♥• 500px / Jim Kramer / Photos

Water drop collisions by Markus Reugels

Markus Reugels has elevated a hobby into an obsession, documenting the fluid poses of colliding drops of water. The water droplet is the quintessential cliché of high-speed photography.

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Jim Kramer.

12 tips to capture high-speed images of colliding waterdrops with the cognisys water drop photography kit. (Retail $400) Photo © Jim Kramer

12 tips to capture high-speed images of colliding waterdrops with the cognisys water drop photography kit. (Retail $400) Photo © Jim Kramer

These amazing 'droplet shots' use high-speed photography to capture splashes of liquid forming beautiful shapes.    Photographer Jim Kramer experimented with water, cream, milk and glycol to achieve various weights and textures for his unique artworks.    He then aims lasers through the split-second sculptures, or adds in pinballs and magnets to complete the eye-catching effect.

Liquid gold: Amazing 'droplet shots' capture splashes of cream and water forming beautiful shapes

These amazing 'droplet shots' use high-speed photography to capture splashes of liquid forming beautiful shapes. Photographer Jim Kramer experimented with water, cream, milk and glycol to achieve various weights and textures for his unique artworks. He then aims lasers through the split-second sculptures, or adds in pinballs and magnets to complete the eye-catching effect.

Water droplets captured with high shutter speed and flash sync

Water droplets captured with high shutter speed and flash sync

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