Stillwater Captured Drops

I’m almost certain that most of you will comment these beautiful pictures as photoshop work. Well, those of you who will, are deeply wrong! Jeffrey Klassen is author and he has published his work online. If you follow the link I posted, you can see how he managed to capture such amazing pictures. The drops looked to me like miniature glass sculptures, and I was really amazed when I found what they really are. Notice the pictures reflected inside the drops. They show you inverted and miniatured reflection of background “wallpaper”. Which picture did you like the best? Open the article for more pictures, and be sure to visit John’s website for more wonderful examples. I noticed how Canada illusions are very popular nowadays. Don’t get me wrong, I live nowhere near Canada – am in Europe in fact. Check also: Canada flag afterimage, Canadian dollars illusion, photoshoped water flames










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37 Replies to “Stillwater Captured Drops”

  1. I love the fourth picture from the top. I’m so posting that on almost every message board I am a member of.

    This is great!! I want a high speed camera.

  2. Wow..they’re all so good…I like the STFU one the best, ’cause he managed to capture all the letters…and the second canada flag one..preeettyy!

  3. These are cool, but I still like the water shape fire drops. I wonder if this is just regular water or some other type of clear thicker liquid

  4. Maybe if you were to look at the background and realize that what’s in the drop is pictured upside-down and on a much larger scale, you’d realize that the picture is created by the light traveling through the drop and being refracted into the picture in the drop. It’s science, not Photoshop. ;)

  5. YooPoo, you poo. It is soo not photoshopped. he photographs the picture in the droplet at just the right moment. WAKE UP…GOSH! Oh and go out and see the world and don’t just believe the first things you hear or see

  6. I MOST CERTAINLY AGREE WITH THE PERSON IN NUMBER 22. HE/SHE SURELY AS A CLEAR EYESIGHT AND KEEN SENSE OF OBSERVATION

    FOR THE YooPoo GUY, IT’S MOST CERTAINLY NOT PHOTO SHOPPED. HELLO? READ A BOOK WOULD YA’!

    FROM:
    freakish joker

  7. i loved all of the pictures as for youtube i mean youpoo why don’t you read the top and it’ll tell you..poo

  8. the tree last look so the same , like we only changed the colours… but the other one are sOoo COOL!!!My best friend is Canadian so I like the first ones!!!

  9. oh! i get it!
    at first i thought the point was how pretty the formation of the drops was, then i saw the cube pattern in the last one and had to go back.
    i wish i could do something like this…

  10. Its not that the picture in the backround is upside down its that the drop is upside down. The drop is dripping down from something. The drop reflects the picture upside down so the artist flipped it over to add to the effect of what the drop of water can actually do.

  11. New to this site, and I love it!! Ty for your great job on your wonderful collection!! Had to comment on this one!! I am Canadian and these are great!! ;)

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