Thursday, June 22, 2017

Ryo Minemizu, The secret world of plankton

To create his photographs of plankton, Ryo Minemizu spends about eight hours a day – night and day – underwater, drifting and waiting for the right moment to press the shutter. He shoots with a fast shutter speed controlling the Depth of Field to just fractions of seconds while paying close attention to the movement of the water around his tiny subjects.


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