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Oobleck coming out of a strainer, then inverted

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  • Alexander Thompson
    October 26, 2016 3:40 pm

    I like your idea of pouring oobleck through a strainer! It creates long drops that look like stalactites, until you invert it to look like purple stalagmites. Overall, great job! And really good job editing out the background to be all white.

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  • I like the lighting, the contrast, and the color. The purple helps define the contrast. The flow is clearly seen and definitely aesthetically pleasing.

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  • Joseph Straccia
    October 21, 2016 7:56 pm

    An interesting photo. I’m impressed with how long and thin the drip on the left is. The post processing was a little heavy handed and I find myself wishing there was a little more going on in the image.

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  • Jeremy Parsons
    October 21, 2016 12:45 pm

    This image reminds of some trees/plants from a sci-fi movie. Good idea inverting the image, but the edges of the oobleck look like they got distorted during the post process, i assume when you edited out the background.

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  • Quite impressive how much post processing occurred to create this image. The drips are very nice and decently resolved.

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  • Nice photo, I like the clear crisp white background, I would advise against using the outlining tool in photoshop, it’s difficult to see the true shape of the edges of the fluid. Perhaps instead you could have used more dye, more light on the fluid itself, and then take advantage of contrast to blow out the background.

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  • Michael Waterhouse
    October 21, 2016 12:41 pm

    Nice bright image. Very modern feel. Very simplistic flow.

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  • Stephanie Mora
    October 21, 2016 12:40 pm

    Like how you did something different! Rebel!! The colors are not bright but I think the pastel feel is nice too. I like the simplicity of this picture, it’s calming.

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  • Peter Brunsgaard
    October 21, 2016 12:40 pm

    You used your negative space very well. Maybe putting a white background behind it when you take the photo would help keep the edges of the drip crisp.

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  • Cool image! Be careful in your editing to not loose the detail. Great artistic appeal!

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  • Cool angle to take the image! They look like strange trees.

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  • Nice contrast between the trials and the background. Cool effect to see the non-newtonian turning back to more “liquid” state. Well focused, good job.

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  • Maxfield Scrimgeour
    October 21, 2016 12:40 pm

    I like how you flipped the photo. Nice work editing out all of the background from the original photo and flipping it adds and makes it look like the drops are racing up the wall.

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  • Alexander Rosenberry
    October 21, 2016 12:39 pm

    Nice droplets and a cool flow effect. You did a great job with your processing to white out the backdrop. The photo is very simple, but your intent is clear.

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  • Creative technique to capture image. I like how you flipped the image, gives it a cool effect that defies gravity.

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