Cassandra Warner and Jeremy Floto caught our eye a few years back with Smoke Signals, a series that captured colored smoke in different landscapes. The duo‘s newest project, Colourant, takes another stab at mystifying landscapes by capturing pigmented liquid mid-air. The photographs are taken at 1/3500th of a second and the photos that ensue are astounding. Colorful and strange shapes imitate statues and at times, fabric. Constantly trying to achieve “the essence of photography — immortalize the transitory,” the duo loves to push the boundaries to try and conceive completely unique and special moments that can be frozen in time. Honestly, cool.
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