The world in a drop of water
Photographer Markus Reugels can capture the world in one drop of water. Amazing right? I saw this article and I told myself I had to post it. His “hobby” as he says, is capturing images in tiny globes of water. What an interesting hobby, I thought. He started about three years ago but he soon became very interested in water-drop photography. I didn’t even know that existed. Did you?
The article is basically a Q&A via email from the livescience website. The link is http://www.livescience.com/18358-water-droplet-world-photography.html.
I really like the science articles that have to do with the artists of the world. Markus Reugels could not have said it any better when he explained to the reporter why he liked photography. He said that in photography “you don’t know what you’re going to get.” I believe this is true about anything artistic. Even from personal experience when I used to create choreographies or try to copy choreographies, there would always be a slightly different outcome then I expected. This is what I believe is a significant difference between science and art. In science, if you don’t get the result you expected, you need to try again. In art, if you don’t get what you expected, you did it right. Do you guys agree?