Through Water Manipulations, Photographer Lets the Viewers See Into His Wild Imagination

Some moments in life may last just a few seconds, but with the help of a camera, we can cherish them for eternity. Kyle Re Creative is an amazing photographer that makes sure to help people immortalize these exact moments. His specialty is wedding and lifestyle photography, however, he’s quite a master of photo edits as well. You can see his awesome skills in his water manipulations series.

In this photoshoot, the artist focuses his lens on the splash of water that a model holds between her hands. Kyle captures these incredible shots using a fast shutter speed, afterwards he edits them with Photoshop. Kyle Re Creative captures the model playing tricks with water and distorting its shape.

These image edits open a door to the artist’s imagination. By transforming the splash of water into figurative forms, the artist highlights that water can be so much more with an active imagination. He shared his work on his Instagram account with a description “If you could control the elements what would you create?”

Scroll down below to check a collection of his work. And let us know in the comments what would your answer to his question be.

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Sculpture Lovers Share Their Work, and Here Are 25 Incredible Pieces of Art

The sculpture is a medium of visual art that has been present since the dawn of time. Sculpture operates in three dimensions. It is one of the plastic arts. Depending on the sculpture, the process of creation can take quite some time. The whole process is separated into two parts, carving ( the removal of the material) and modeling (the addition of material as clay). Luckily today there’s a variety of materials where you can choose with which you wanna work. Starting from stone, to metal, wood, and ceramics, there are a lot of materials out there to experiment with.

A lot of sculpture lovers and sculptors have come together through an online community called r/Sculpture. This subreddit counts 44.5k members who all share their passion for sculpture. They welcome all forms of sculpture created at all skill levels, therefore allowing all kinds of people from amateur to professionals to share their work.

This place is where we love to go when we want to ease our minds, and we believe you’ll feel the same. Below is a collection we compiled with some of the work we like best. Make sure to upvote your favorite as you check them out.

1. My peacock sculpture that took about 200 hours

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2. My mom really wanted a baby Yoda for Christmas, so I made one for her.

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3. Saturn Devouring His Son – Balloon Sculpture

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4. This is the Brazilian sculptor Diego Andrade, he is not known in Brazil, but I admire the works he does and wanted to share with you. (Sculpture: Saint Sebastian, 2018)

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5. Hello new to sculpting, looking for friends in the community to get motivated. My Bugs incense burner

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6. Lifesized Walrus I carved Out Of 3 Logs

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7. I Carved this Woman holing her hair from one piece of wood – its finished! I really hope You like it !!

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8. I recreated a lobster from leather. 95 pieces, five days.

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9. Hey guys! I just wanted to share my awesome news! My sculpture of a girl is now casted in bronze with patina! Looks so great! My first bronze cast EVER! I’m so excited!!

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10. Serene, monsterclay. Done with sculpting this piece. Here’s a final look before casting.

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11. We started doing speed sculpting. This was 1hr 30 mins with a model.

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12.  The bison sculpture I’ve been working on since May. Each hair is individually sculpted and affixed, and I’m very close to being done with him. Hope you enjoy.

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13. 2nd attempt on making realistic faces, what do you guys think?

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14. I recreated a box turtle from leather

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15. Wooden bathtub, by me, chainsaw carving, 2019

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16. Friendly Grizzly Bear I Carved

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17. Giant Isopod from polymer clay

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18. My first bust, made with clay

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19. Plaster sculpture I did… thoughts?

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20. Dwellings of the Gods, Peru

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21. Robot Lady

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22. Expansion by Paige Bradley, New York.

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23. I Handmade Creatures From A Fantasy World.

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24. Anatomical head study

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25. Pegasus sculpture I just completed

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