Can you believe that this image is a portrait of sound? It is indeed. This is the work by Martin Klimas a German photographer who has crafted a method of seeing the energy of sound. Pulling a thin membrane across the top of a loudspeaker and letting the blasts of sound create upward vibrations, he then pools different combinations of watery neon paint on top of the membrane and when the sound hits, they jump into the air. This is one way to visualize sound. This is one way to make the invisible become visible. You can browse the backstage in the video here below.
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