Ink-in-water macro-photography has graced the digital pages of The Rayograph several times before, to be sure. I hope that you will agree, though, that they are never an unpleasant sight. Today’s selections come to us from the work of Luka Klikovac, a photographer hailing from Belgrade, Serbia. This subgenre of experimental photography is constantly turning out mesmerizing images filled with vibrant colors and fluid forms, as these split-second snapshots show. To paraphrase the photographer, these really are like Rorschach ink blots, allowing us to see within them any number of somethings of the world and of ourselves.
What are your thoughts? In particular, is there something that you would like to see photographers try when using this method?