Bubbles by Jason Tozer

For his project titled “Bubbles“, London-based photographer Jason Tozer photographed soap bubbles in a way that makes them look photos of planets taken from space. Unlike NASA’s actual space probe photos, Tozer’s images contain wild, psychedelic colors.

Tozer tells us that he uses a Hasselblad 503CW and a 135mm macro lens mounted on a set of extension bellows. The camera is equipped with a 65-megapixel PhaseOne digital back. He also made a huge 2×3-meter perspex dome for the lighting to capture the colors and details of each bubble. Changing the dome lighting gives the bubbles different appearances.

[via Petapixel]

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