Photographers uses high speed photography to capture the collision between liquids

A 48 year-old photographer, Ronny Tertnes, from Bergen, Norway has created sheer art by capturing two different liquids collide with each other in a series of high speed photography. Each photograph shows how even as simple phenomenon as the collision of liquids can be perceived in so many ways, making up different objects against a colourful background.

Tertnes is a full time IT administrator who knows just when and how the camera should be clicked to capture the fluids in their full momentum as they hit the surface of another liquid. The perfection and the precision of the photographer is clearly visible in all his photographs and they really make the audience feel completely awestruck!


Photographer uses droplets of Milk to add a different texture to the liquid.

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Liquids collide in a glass.

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A tall splash at sunset.

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One of Ronny’s artworks where Ronny used smoke in addition to the water droplets.

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Looks like a glowing mushroom at sundown.

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Abstract

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Looks like an amber mushroom.

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Milk is used in this one.

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Looks like 2 dancing angels.

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A tall splash in red.

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One of Ronny’s artworks that looks like a heart.

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One of Ronny’s artworks that looks like a mushroom.

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A splash with trees in the background at sunset.

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Looks like a lady in a glass.

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Looks like a mushroom at sunset.

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A tall splash of purple.

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Milk and smoke are used here.

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Looks like a water droplet with the city lights behind.

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Looks like a tall splash of milk at sunset.

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Looks like a reflection of trees and sky in the “stem”.

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One of Ronny’s artworks where Ronny used smoke in addition to the water droplets.

Image: Ronny Tertnes / TwoByTwoEditorial.co.uk


A droplet with trees at sunset behind.

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A tall colorful droplet.

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One of Ronny’s artworks that looks like an angel.

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Reference: TwoByTwoEditorial.co.uk

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