For Team First. By Hunter Miller
Teammates: Sean Harrison, Michael Waterhouse, Ryan Walker
Great idea to excite the fluid using a woofer. I really like the use of lighting and shadows to show the slight spiral effect of the droplet, it dramatizes the reaction of the woofer vibrating the fluid. Good use of red dye on a tan background. It was probably pretty tough capturing this close-up image in good focus, but you captured three jets very well. Nice job!
I like the colors, they work well together. The towers of water are really neat. I like the holes in the flow towards the left edge.
I love the splash fluid flow art. The flow can be clearly seen and it contrasts well with the background. The image is blurry though.
A cool example of fluid dynamics but the poor image quality if a major detraction for me.
Really like this picture, the warm red and yellowish background gives the image a warm feel. Its a little grainy and out of focus. I like how the liquid is framed.
Cool photo, nice coloring, solid representation of the fluid phenomenon. The photo is a little grainy, perhaps up your lighting and dropping your ISO. I was challenged with lighting vs. ISO whilst being constrained by shutter speed on my Get Wet image, I feel your struggle.
The way that the flow fills up the frame is really good. I wish the image that I saw in class are a little more resolved. The image would be great if the filaments were in crisp focus.
Cool photo! I like the multiple jets in the photo are neat. Well framed photo without a lot of negative space.
I really like the water peaks that you’ve managed to capture. The photo looks a little out of focus, but that might just be the resolution of the posted image.
I like the three droplets and how they are in focus. The red coloring in the water was a good choice for color.
The blurriness seems to be due to shutter speed or aperture adjustments. Graininess may be due to ISO set too high as well. The drops in the middle that are isolated from the rest of the splash are an interesting visual in the vibrating fluid effect.
The idea of using a speaker is a good one. I can see a lot of noise in your photo, and your depth of field is extremely shallow. I think both of these issues would have been remedied by using more light in your setup. You could have turned down your ISO and increased your F stop and i think that would have removed these issues.
Creative technique for capturing this image. I like the red fluid color but the image could be sharper to capture the droplets.
Image is a little blurry, but focus on main drops is nice. ISO should maybe be a little lower in future images. Interesting effects in the water.
Very cool seeing how only some of the fluid will rise up depending on the sound!
I like how the fluid shows multiple drops within the flow. It is interesting how you can see the whole flow within the photo.
I’m curious what type of music you were playing and if the fluid portrays the timbre of the music you were playing. Good crisp edges on the drops and nice shade of red.
Cool color and contrast. The focus/depth of field is not so good and the background is a bit distracting.
Art: Great red coloring
Flow: Flow is clearly illustrated
Technique: Good contrast between the fluid and the background
Very bright red. Contrasts well with the bright background. I like the three spikes of the fluid flow in the center.
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