Shocks Flowers With 80.000 Volts Of Electricity

Shocks Flowers With 80.000 Volts Of Electricity

Robert Buelteman is a photographer who uses electricity in thousands of volts to come up with photographers through zap of some life including some energy into plants that already look beautiful. This process is known as Kirlian photography after Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, an inventor from Russia who made it well known by 1939. The glowing light from every flower is captured by carving through the plants through surgical tools to make them thin and pure. Then a transparency film sheet is put under the floating metal sheet within the liquid silicone.

The plants are added on the film’s top and connected using clamps to the voltage supply.





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