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Moses Hacmon has quite the talent of an artist. He has been trained as a sculptor, is an architect, and when you see these images, you realize he is excellent at developing photographic techniques as well. The series is titled Faces of Water.

True to its name, it has photographs of water, but unlike what we have seen ever. Photographic process by Hacmon captures the movement of water directly, rather than relying on the light bouncing off water, which basically defines how photographs are captured. He uses a special film with a layer of liquid iron that captures the motion of water itself.

It is an entirely analog process from capturing images to developing the film. Hacmon is currently raising money to develop large scale prints of these photographs that would be displayed at a public exhibit.

Via Wired