Photography is an extremely wide genre of art with severely extensive subfields. Photographers can generalize their photographs over the greater view of the world, while others may choose to specialize in specific unique topics and themes, excelling in them exquisitely.
We often come across the stunning wildlife photography by insanely talented National Geographic photographers, or perhaps the breathtaking still photos of outer spaces taken at the hands of mind blowing NASA photographers, maybe the glamorous couture shoots conducted by the photographers at VOGUE are more your scene – whatever it is, photography is stunning in general and in specialization both. Photography as the hands of artists is a game of mystery and exquisite beauty, take Jason Tozer for example.
Sometimes it takes more than a good eye to shoot the perfect photo. It takes a need to show to the world things and visions that otherwise go unnoticed, ignored and neglected. More than anything else, it takes the ability to reveal the inconceivable extraordinary present in the ordinary.
Jason Tozer takes incredible breathtaking high resolution photographs of the colorful planets present in the galactic universe. WRONG. These images look like they’re of colorful planets, but they’re actually stunning captured and beautifully observed photos of soap bubbles. That’s right – soap bubbles. It should all start to make sense now. Jason Tozer conducts this visual miracle in his London studio with a Hasselblad camera and a 135mm lens. This capturing of stunning photos is based on remarkable lighting techniques that involve a giant dome of Perspex illuminating the reflective surface of each bubble and its mind blowing detail.
If you look at the images closely, you will see beautiful trails of colors and patterns along the surfaces of the bubbles. These were manipulated using a straw to render the various swirls and textures that might be on the surface of perhaps, Neptune and Jupiter? Every single detail is completely original and genuine as Tozer leans far away from any sort of retouching or correction. Have a look at this breathtaking series of photographs of soap bubbles below and be blown away.