A collection of eerie water photos by Netherlands-based photographer Robert Peek have recently revealed the magic in working with natural elements such as water and flowers. Fresh flowers emerge through a smoke-like water substance. Tune in to see the mysterious floral water photos revealed.
Water Photos by Robert Peek Show the Power There Is in Flowers
The lifeforms take on a more enigmatic quality when arranged in bouquets of one species, which Robert Peek achieves in his water photos by dissolving his subject matter in water with white ink.
Through his special photography skills, the Rotterdam-based artist pursues to show the existential relationship between two natural resources- water and flowers. Nothing will ever dim the power of flowers in the world, and through these water photos, Robert has managed to show exactly their potential.
Components of the Water Photos
The dazzling petals break through the foggy liquid, amplified by two Profoto lamps (a type of photography product) that strengthen their textures and vibrant colors.
This method is used to intensify the lighting, sometimes using a high speed to freeze the image in time. The pictures here are only a small portion of Peek's enormous collection of water photos.
While some colors stand out and are amplified, others are hidden by the white veil. Close-ups of the water photos by Robert Peek feature lavender and thistle heads converted into mythological creations that appear from the mysterious background using his perception-bending methodology.
His Interest in Photography Began Early in College
Peek, who received his training at the Royal College of Art, became interested in using light as a technique to alter the composition and texture of his works so he could, later on, transform images into artworks that resemble paintings.
His images of natural blossoms with a frozen-like appearance have a melancholy rawness, and many of the projects he uploads on Behance are motivated by an interest in solitude and isolation.
The Art Portrayed in These Unique Water Photos Is Unrepeatable
These fine water photos will without a doubt enhance your interior while adding a very rare and mysterious look wherever you put them. Robert Peek and his team ensure they work with crystal clear, museum-quality plexiglass, and razor-sharp prints, and to finish off, they polish the edges of each piece. What this will achieve in your home decoration are impressive depth and superior image quality.
If you're eager to see and learn more about these eccentric water photos, head straight to Robert Peek's website. You'll be amazed at what he has to offer and PS: these would surely look amazing in your house.
All photos by Robert Peek Fotografie.