Does anyone like watching things in extreme slow motion? Because Raif Kurt gives us the opportunity to see him get creative with paint in lots and lots of frames. It’s not an new idea but it’s something visually pleasing and well captured, and there remains a part of me that can’t help but like what I’m seeing.
Perhaps it’s my inner child waking up, but I love the imaginative and experimental aspects of what Raif has captured, theres a lot of spontaneity and light hearted creation going on. I’ve included three short pieces from Raif in this post as they are quite limited in timescale, but offer a great use of colour.
Be sure to head over to his web space if you like what you see, I do believe their is a behind the scenes clip which explains how everything here was captured.