Photo Essay: Photographing the five senses

Photo of the five senses
Lisi Ludwig/Senior Staff

Whether it’s watching a mukbang or taking in your last 4D Imax movie, palpable detail is refreshing to the point of being almost unexplainable. Keying into the up close and personal, The Daily Californian photographers took their best shot at capturing ASMR-esque photos under the umbrellas of sight, touch, smell, sound and taste. Enjoy.

Sight

(Antonio Martin/Staff)

Photo of a flower

(Antonio Martin/Staff)

Photo of a room

(Anthony Angel Pérez/Staff)

Touch

Photo of someone holding a basketball

(Josh Kahen/Senior Staff)

Photo of warehouse

(William Webster/Staff)

Photo of warehouse

(William Webster/Staff)

Photo of snow

(Lisi Ludwig/Senior Staff)

Smell

Photo of cooking

(David McAllister/Staff)

Photo of dog in the bathtub

(David McAllister/Staff)

Photo of a bee and lavender stock

(Momoka Sasaki/Staff)

Sound

Photo of bird splashing into a pool

(Vanessa Lim/Staff)

Photo of rain falling

(Vanessa Lim/Staff)

Photo of cards being shuffled

(Lisi Ludwig/Senior Staff)

Photo of playing cards

(Lisi Ludwig/Senior Staff)

Taste

 

Photo of someone eating a lolipop

(Joe Sison/Staff)

Photo of droplets on a bottle

(Ryder Mawby/Staff)

Photo of water rinsing off carrots

(Ryder Mawby/Staff)

Photo of water coming out of a faucet

(Ryder Mawby/Staff)

Photo of avocado toast with an egg on top

(Sunny Shen/Senior Staff)