Water droplets aren’t quite friendly to be manipulated, but once you get them going, they make for fantastic photographs. These here are the works of French photographer Vincent Xeridat, working with water droplets and finding order where there is none. Images are captured using a macro lens and flashgun working in tandem with a high speed camera, the time being just 1/2000 of a second.
It can take up to three hours of preparation for a single shot, which involves backgrounds and setting, plus very carefully releasing water droplets through a pipette. Some of the images undergo post processing, like the Eiffel Tower droplet at top which is a superimposed shot of three different water droplets on top of each other.