Madison Emmett

Madison Emmett

Isopropyl alcohol burning in aluminum foil dish.

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  • Michael Johnson
    February 26, 2018 10:51 am

    This is a very interesting picture and then flame itself reminds me of a fire in a fireplace. The focus and framing are good and the flow is interesting and somewhat enchanting.

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  • Michael Guenther
    February 23, 2018 2:04 pm

    Nice choice. Its a very warm and comforting image.

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  • Great shot as well. Awesome focus and framing of the flame.

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  • This photo has awesome focus! I love that you picked this one! It turned out so well!

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  • This image is awesome. The color of the burning alcohol is fantastic. I really like seeing the burning pool of liquid at the bottom of the bottle, it looks like a lake is on fire! Great camerawork as well. Good job!

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  • Daniel Petrykowski
    February 21, 2018 11:22 am

    The flow is perfectly captured. The foil is effective for setup and aesthetics.

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  • Really like this image and definitely see a figure of a woman or dancer in this. Very nice.

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  • Good exposure. The shutter seems to be good but maybe could have been a little bit faster to see more still images. The focus seems about on as well.

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  • The contrast between the shape of the flame and the foil is pleasing to look at. I really like how you framed the image. Your focus in the image is really great as well.

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  • The color is stunning, the overall composition of the image is great, and I like how the aluminum foil reflects a lot of light and adds an additional texture. Really well done!

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  • The flame itself has a really nice shape and has clear color. It is in great focus, and I like the background editing which takes away some of the complexity within the foil and allows you to really focus on the flame.

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  • It’s as if a Phoenix is sprouting from the aluminum foil. Great exposure and effective lighting

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  • This looks really cool, it’s interesting that the isopropyl is burning orange in this photo. I love the contrast of the flame with the black background, and the shutter speed was high enough to really capture the sharp edges of the flame.

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  • This one looks like a dancing fire angel standing and looking up – absolutely mystical and ethereal!

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  • Garrett Wolcott
    February 21, 2018 11:16 am

    Very powerful image. The colors are beautiful and the flow is captured perfectly.

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  • Michael Sandoval
    February 21, 2018 11:16 am

    Excellent photography! The way that the more subtle details of the flame can be seen is very aesthetically pleasing.

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  • Striking color against a dark homogeneous background, this makes the subject very clear. Focus and exposure are great.

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  • The texture at the bottom really brings this image to life.

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  • Good image. I like the vibrant colors, and everything is in focus. The motion blur helps show the flow of the fire. I like how the aluminum foil looks illuminated by the fire.

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  • Fantastic visuals, I love the different layers of flames in the photos. The flow is great, I love how you can see the flame rising and flowing out of the bottle. The photo was shot well, I like the black background and the soft blue color of the flame. Great job!

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  • I really like the difference in texture from the flame to the aluminum foil. The focus on the flame is really good.

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  • I really like how you added the aluminum foil to the experiment to improve the composition of the photo. Great job on focus and contrast to capture the edges of the flame better.

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  • I really like this image, there is a great amount of motion blur and the composition is really well done. Focus is spot on as well.

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  • Very cool. The structure at the top is my favorite part—the flame looks like it wrapped around and joined a different part of the flame. It’s nice how smooth the flame is. Nice job on the lighting.

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  • Alexandra Wilson
    February 21, 2018 11:15 am

    Gorgeous. It looks like a dancer. The flow is satistsfying and the technique is perfect. I love the tin foil in the bottom.

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  • Abigail Rastatter
    February 21, 2018 11:15 am

    Good framing. I like the motion of the flames.

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  • The orange, red, and yellow colors of the fire against the black background is very visually appealing. Great focus and shutter speed. Overall, cool experiment and good picture.

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  • I love how you can really clearly see all the detailed flows of the flame. Having the background completely black allows all the focus to be on your subject.

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  • I love the colors in this image, and the focus is really good as well. I like how the colors in the flames are reflected in the dish. Of course the flow is shown really well…and the focus helps bring that out.

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  • Geya Kairamkonda
    February 21, 2018 11:15 am

    I like this image, especially the brightness of the flames. I would probably crop out the aluminum and just focus on the flame itself.

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  • Great flame image. The yellow and reds really stand out, making for a great image. Also, the convection moving the flame makes for great fluid physics.

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  • I like how you can see the source of the flame instead of having a flame hang out in a void. Outstanding exposure, contrast, and focus. You’ve captured the overall flame motion perfectly.

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  • Really crisp image! The focus in this is perfect. The flame looks really cool, where the fuel is reaching out mixing with the air.

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  • Steven Rothbart
    February 21, 2018 11:15 am

    I like the texture of the aluminum versus the smoothness of the flame

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  • Jordan Nahabetian
    February 21, 2018 11:15 am

    The flame is captured so well. The lines are crisp and the color is so beautiful. Overall great shot.

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