The report for this image can be found here.
This is an incredible image! I wouldn’t have guessed it was ferrofluid. It looks like a cactus. And I really like the colors that you created while editing the image. It definitely goes along with the cactus, making the whole setting feel like the Arizona desert at sunrise or something. Great job!
I love the variety of colors. The red reminds me of blood. Interesting image with great contrast as well.
A simple but interesting photo. The red and green hues you managed to add to the photo really make the image work for me. There is not a whole lot in the way of flow physics which can be deciphered from this image however.
Excellent excellent photo. The focus is very good. I like the colors a lot. The saguaro feel is nice considering the documentary on deserts we just watched.
I like the blue edges that encapsulate the ferrofluid. The color contrast between the fluid in the foreground and the background are appealing and contribute to the quality of the image.
I liked the distinct outline created by the iron fillings coming up. Kind of has a cactus feel to the flow itself.
Would not have guessed this was ferrofluid. Cropping it to capture the rule of thirds would have been nice. Like that you got more colors going than just blacks.
Like looking through a microscope at an image! Cool!
Interesting image. The image seems kinda 1 dimensional. The colors are cool. I would have like it to be a bit sharper image.
You have some cool colors going on, and a very western cactus feel going on. Good work team!
I like how the fluid looks like a lobster claw in the image or a saguaro cactus. i like how you turned it from yellow to red and make it look like a sunset.
Very interesting mix of colors. Cool to see some of the fluid suspended.
Nice photo, the outline of the ferrofluid has a nice effect, that adds a good texture. Interesting setup.
Looks like aliens abducting the ferrofluid, nice effect. Cool layering of the colors, adds a nice look. Well focused image, good job.
Interesting technique used to capture this image.The fluid forms a cool shape and I like the dark colors.
Good image preston. I like that you chose to use the image where the fluid is falling and is simultaneously being affected by the magnet in the back. Your editing that brought out the colors did a good job of obscuring our not-too-great background.
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