Planet Tozer: Soap Bubbles or Alien Worlds?

Creative Review blog commissioned photographer Jason Tozer to take these amazing photos of all-too-common soap bubbles. The result is anything but ordinary: indeed, they look so out of this world that the series is called "Planet Tozer"!

http://www.creativereview.co.uk/crblog/planet-tozer/ | More at the blog's Flickr Photoset - Thanks Patrick Burgoyne!

Update 6/16/08 - here's how he did it: http://www.creativereview.co.uk/crblog/planet-tozer-how-he-did-it/

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"Jupiter - and Beyond the Infinite"... As I looked at those photographs, my brain began to automatically play Gyorgi Ligeti's "Lux Aeterna" as used in Kubrick's film "2001: A Space Odyssey." Indeed, many of the trippy FX shots for the "stargate" sequence were done by dripping oils & dyes into tubs of fluid and filming the results.
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Very cool. Macro photography can be very trippy. The Fountain is proof of that. Most of the special effects for that movie were macro shots. You don't always need computers to get great effects.
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