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This is really cool; there is a lot going on, but nothing too distracting. I particularly like the suspended particles of dye in the jet. Great job keeping the focus on the jet.
How the small die particles are trapped in the water jet is very interesting! Its cool how the dye particles don’t seem to effect the overall geometry of the flow.
Art: The contrast between the background and the balloon is good but maybe a bit more post processing could really make this picture special.
Flow: The flow is quickly understandable and recognized.
Photographic technique: The focus was good especially on the jet, which could be one of the cooliest ones I’ve seen.
The blue and yellow tones are nice in this photo. The unmixed dye and oil in the Worthington jet are an interesting variation on a common photo. I do think a little could be cropped off of the bottom though.
really cool image. I like how the dye is suspended within the jet this provides nice texture and depth to the photo.
Very well focused on the Worthington jet, it is extremely crisp. However I feel the blurriness from the container? In the middle of the image distracts away from the interesting flow above and below. Also, really cool to see the underside of a Worthington jet, nice job.
The blue in the water droplet is outstanding. I enjoy the background I think it gives it a good contrast.
The image would be better if the bottom was cropped out such that only the Worthington jet can be seen. UI like how there are spots of black in the jet. Provides an aesthetically pleasing image.
1. The image is artistically very interesting and I like the blue in the droplet.
2. The fluid physics are well shown.
3. The photographic technique is nice.
Really interesting fluid flow. The bottom is a little distracting. Great focus and detail in the jet. Awesome texture in the jet from the mixing of the vegetable oil and dye.
Interesting jet with the different dye drops infused in it. The jet itself is clear but maybe a lower iso would have helped.
Cool Jet! The speckled jet is fantastic! Perhaps a tighter framing around the jet would draw the focus there, and eliminate the distracting elements of the rest of the photo. Did you consider colour shifting the background?
Lots going on in this picture! The paint in the jet is so unique, a close up of that would be really cool to see more detail. I like the little droplet coming down on top.
I think it may be cool if you isolated the little jet on its own. It would be an interesting juxtaposition because the scale is hard to resolve since it looks like a glass spire since its so clear! Like blown glass or a lava lamp.
Really cool jet but the contrast is not so good. The background is not so good. The jet is so cool I think you should crop out the rest of the image. That way you can fix the background.
The side profile shows a lot of interesting information. The color beneath the liquid surface adds a nice splash of color. A white light for backlighting would help the contrast. But I love the color drops in the jet!
Would be nice to crop out the bottom of the image, other than that the Worthington jet is clearly shown.
I really like all the different colors and materials in this image. There is a lot of interaction between the fluids in the picture and it’s fascinating to examine each mixture.
Would be nice to crop out the bottom of the image.
Nice photo. Your Worthington jet is nice and crisp. Interesting fluid flow, how the green and the blue were acting so different. What an interesting jet photo!
So cool how you caught the paint in the worthington jet! Nice close up, and nice editing to sharpen things up and make everything more clear.
Lots going on in this image! The bits of blue in your jet are pretty striking, great job. Maybe a flatter background would be a benefit, and some whiter lights might simplify the image and bring out your effect a little better.
Art: Really awesome blue droplets in the worthington jet
Flow: Flow is clearly illustrated
Technique: Cool camera angle that lets you see underneath and above the surface
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