Abraham Lake has become world famous, especially amongst photographers. The artificial lake, which lies in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, is home to a rare phenomenon where bubbles get frozen right underneath its surface. They're often referred to as ice bubbles or frozen bubbles.
What causes this to happen? As photographer Fikret Onal explains, "The plants on the lake…Continue
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While Lyon's Festival of Lights (or "Fête des Lumières" in French) just wrapped up, we can still marvel at some of the standout light installations. As first time participants of the event, Canadian collective Lucion Media blew visitors away with their colorful, light-changing spheres in the gardens of…
She took a bath when suddenly it occurred to her how she could photograph the bath bubbles in an interesting way. So she took out her new camera and discovered that this new camera was perfect for macro photography. Different coloring and the right lighting help to make the most interesting compositions, making some of the shots seem like we're looking at living cells or…
Ok, so it's not an invention that can cure cancer but where the heck were these when I was a kid? Zubbles are soap bubbles with magically vanishing color that promises to not leave any stains. Tim Kehoe, a toy inventor, spent 10+ years trying to figure out how to make these. On one of his attempts he even blew up the kitchen and permanently colored his dog! On another,…
While some photographers specialize in weddings and others in children, Richard Heeks found his calling in bubbles. Though we may all have seen pictures of floating bubbles, we've never seen a picture of a bubble burst. As Heeks states, it's a "minimalist kind of purity." For me, it's that emotional moment when we move from fantasy to reality.…
Creative Review commissioned photographer Jason Tozer to shoot these pictures on behalf of Sony using its new Alpha digital camera.
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