Saturday, March 21, 2009

Underwater fairytale

Underwater fairytale. A strange idea, but I sorta like the resulting pictures.

9 comments:

Monsieur Beep! said...

Interesting, how reflections on the water surface also work underwater.
I love underwater images, it's a totally different world there.

GilsDesk said...

Very interesting work. Interesting also that the young models are patient enough to work under those conditions and still look calm and professional. I imagine such underwater work must require endless takes to get it right.

neeraj said...

Beautiful! I remember being fascinated as a young boy (and still today) diving underwater and looking at the water surface from there ...

Alex said...

Reminds me of the Howard Schatz book I got last year "H2O".

I like the reflections, colours and "floatiness" of the underwater photography. Something we only really used to get in Tarzan movies, his riah all awash. Of course there was also Prosperos Books,

eolake said...

Yes, Howard Schatz' work in this area is seminal.

Anonymous said...

Me parece extraordinario, es un regalo a los ojos y al alma.es una experiencia muy agradable y podria decirse espiritual, es un regalo de belleza y gratitud hacia la vida y hacia el Creador. felicitaciones.

eolake said...

Google translate sez:
"It seems extraordinary, it is a gift to the eyes and andalusia alma.es a very pleasant experience and would say spiritual, is a gift of beauty and gratitude towards life and towards the Creator. congratulations."

Pascal [P-04referent] said...

This.
Is.
Really.
Bizarre.

Okay, not as bizarre as the wailing genderless fan of Britney Spears.
So I think I'll survive. :-)

"Something we only really used to get in Tarzan movies"
What about The Blue Lagoon? Lots of underwater scenes.
Unclad, but quite floaty. :-)

I think alma means the soul. Ah, yes, my dictionary confirms.
The rest sounds pretty correct.
Not bad, for a translation software with no humana alma...

María Magnética said...

Sorry, just saw this.

es un regalo a los ojos y al alma = it is a gift to the eyes and soul

Not sure why "andalusia" got in there, it is not even a word that I know. "Andalucía" is the region at the south of Spain