Fine Art Underwater Photography by Mallory Morrison #inspiration #photography
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squeezed the flowing tendrils onto the canvas. When experimenting with new techniques, its always scary because frankly, you just don't know if it will be a mistake. Then you work at analyzing what works and what doesn't and the creative process takes over of decision making. I used a lot of metallic paints that change in different lighting. The mini fish swimming around the jellyfish create more movement. Hope you like this since I am not done exploring and want to see whats next?

squeezed the flowing tendrils onto the canvas. When experimenting with new techniques, its always scary because frankly, you just don't know if it will be a mistake. Then you work at analyzing what works and what doesn't and the creative process takes over of decision making. I used a lot of metallic paints that change in different lighting. The mini fish swimming around the jellyfish create more movement. Hope you like this since I am not done exploring and want to see whats next?

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Amy Eisenfeld Genser Reef-3 This artist works with acrylic and paper - but what a wonderful idea for polymer clay!

Amy Eisenfeld Genser Reef-3 This artist works with acrylic and paper - but what a wonderful idea for polymer clay!

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The light colors in the water - using skin tone to help make the water shapes instead of packing tons of dense blue

The light colors in the water - using skin tone to help make the water shapes instead of packing tons of dense blue

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Underwater Art: Artist Kim Keever drops paint into water and photographs the spectacular results | Creative Boom

Underwater Art: Artist Kim Keever drops paint into water and photographs the spectacular results | Creative Boom

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