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Ethereal images of underwater models


Ethereal images of underwater models are taken by a photographer who holds her breath for minutes to secure the fascinating shots

  • Lexi Laine from Brighton uses natural light through the water to frame the scene for her otherworldly images
  • The photographer has to hold her breath for three and a half minutes to take the ethereal snapshots
  • She came across crocodiles and jellyfish while staging models in the Mediterranean and Mexico

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Ethereal images of underwater models were taken by a British photographer who held her breath for minutes to secure the fascinating snapshots.

Lexi Laine from Brighton uses the natural sunlight that falls through the water to stage her otherworldly images, for which she travels to the Mediterranean Sea and the lagoons in Mexico.

The 38-year-old photographer, who can hold her breath for three and a half minutes, said she was interrupted by jellyfish and crocodiles as she posed her models in elegant robes amidst the marine life.

"The real goal of my work is to make people feel like I'm underwater," said Ms. Laine. "To me, it feels like a completely different world than the crazy world we're in right now."

Your models can also hold their breath for long periods of time to take the underwater images that Ms. Laine has curated since 2014.

"I've always loved being underwater," she said. “I've always loved diving and snorkeling in my adult life. I combined my two loves. & # 39;

The photographer has focused much of her art on the subject of plastic pollution in our seas and oceans, including a picture of models posing with plastic sheeting in the shape of the world map.

Ethereal underwater photos are taken by a British photographer who holds her breath for minutes to secure the fascinating snapshots

Lexi Laine, from Brighton, uses natural light shining through the water to create the backdrop for her otherworldly images, for which she travels to the Mediterranean Sea and the lagoons of Mexico

Lexi Laine, from Brighton, uses natural light shining through the water to create the backdrop for her otherworldly images as she travels to the Mediterranean and the lagoons of Mexico

The 38-year-old photographer, who can hold her breath for three and a half minutes, said she was interrupted by jellyfish and crocodiles while posing her models in beautiful clothes amidst natural marine life

The 38-year-old photographer, who can hold her breath for three and a half minutes, said she was interrupted by jellyfish and crocodiles as she posed her models in beautiful clothes amidst natural marine life

The images capture models in elegant dresses as they pose amidst the marine life, with natural light shining behind them

The images capture models in elegant dresses as they pose in the midst of marine life with natural light shining behind them

This image, Ghost Nets, captures five models in skin-colored clothes posing underwater in a fishing net

This image, Ghost Nets, captures five models in skin-colored clothes posing underwater in a fishing net

Ms. Laine has also focused her stunning photography on the subject of plastic pollution in our seas and oceans. This photo - Single Use Planet - shows models posing underwater with plastic in the form of a world map

Ms. Laine has also focused her stunning photography on the subject of plastic pollution in our seas and oceans. This photo – Single Use Planet – shows models posing underwater with plastic in the form of a world map

Other pictures show mirrored figures with trees that seem to grow through the water as fragments of light on the side of the frame

Other pictures show mirrored figures with trees that seem to grow through the water as fragments of light on the side of the frame

Pictured: bags for life

Pictured: Angelita

Another image shows a model surrounded by discarded plastic bags (left), while other photos show models surrounded by marine life

Award-winning photographer Ms. Laine (left) is a highly skilled freediver who can hold her breath for three and a half minutes

Award-winning photographer Ms. Laine (left) is a highly skilled freediver who can hold her breath for three and a half minutes

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