Perspective: florals distorted through water vessels by Suzanne Saroff

Suzanne Saroff (previously featured) is a New York-based photographer who creates stunning still-life images of flowers and plants distorted by glass vessels filled with water. Her series, titled Perspective, explores the concepts of light, shadow, and perception through the use of simple objects and compositions. Saroff uses different shapes and sizes of glasses, bottles, and jars to bend and twist the natural forms of the florals, creating a visual illusion that challenges the viewer’s perspective. The result is a series of tonal images that showcase the beauty and diversity of nature in a new and unexpected way.

She says that her latest work revisits elements of distortion she used in previous projects, where she applied the same technique to foods like bananas, avocados, and fish. She tells Colossal that her series is about “bringing emotions to creating” and that she always has some idea of what she wants to shoot, but also leaves room for spontaneity and experimentation. She says that some of her favorite photos come from “something raw and in the moment” and that she knows when she gets the photo right away.

More info: Website, Instagram.

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Leandro Lima
Leandro Limahttps://visualflood.com
CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Brazilian fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

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