Dropped Umbrella

Two drops are interacting—one has fallen into the water and has recoiled upwards. The other drop has smashed into the first one. They form an umbrella-like pattern. Report

 

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  • Michael Johnson
    March 15, 2018 4:36 pm

    The focus is really good on this picture and then colors are great .

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  • Joe Zahorik
    March 1, 2018 9:53 am

    The focus and exposure were great in this image. The focus definitely showcases the high resolution as well. I would love to try to replicate an experiment like this.

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  • Wow, it’s crazy how you captured that umbrella, it reminds me of a beach in a blue ocean! I’m wondering how you got that black/ white background?

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  • Michael Guenther
    February 23, 2018 2:02 pm

    The colors and contrast are outstanding. It gives me the impression of a wild mushroom.

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  • Awesome timing! great color, composition and effect.

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  • Such a cool capture. Love it. Lighting, exposure, focus and reflections are on point. Really nice job.

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  • This is a very interesting image. I like the color that you chose to make the liquid. I would try to make your background one color next time, the difference I find distracting. I like the softness that you achieved with your camera though. Nice image overall.

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  • Alexandra Wilson
    February 21, 2018 11:42 am

    Interesting flow. Not sure what’s going on, but fun image with an interesting narrative

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  • Daniel Petrykowski
    February 21, 2018 11:38 am

    Peculiar flow. This visualization turned out really nicely. Great focus and composition.

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  • Great photo, I really like the angle at which you captured the droplet smashing.

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  • The umbrella effect is interesting in the image. The focus is pretty well done!

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  • Really like how focused the umbrella is. I also like the fact that the umbrella is slightly offset, wonder if it is due to a slight misallignment?

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  • Michael Sandoval
    February 21, 2018 11:37 am

    Nice focus for the image overall. The timing of the image makes for a great picture. I enjoy the shadow that is casted by the umbrella.

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  • The flow pattern is really interesting and unique. Focus and exposure is great.

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  • Great lighting, I love the visible texture of the surface of the milk, and the very striking “umbrella” is nicely framed in the center. Very crisp time resolution that makes the impact seem frozen in time.

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  • This doesn’t look like fluid. It looks very rigid. I really like the transparency and different color of blue in the very top droplet.

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  • Great lighting used as the droplet umbrella casts a shadow over the plume. Amazing how the reflection of the umbrella is captured on the surface.

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  • I like this image a lot. The timing of the photo was perfect and I think is creates a cool mushroom shape to it. This creates a very natural feel to the image which is inviting.

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  • Abigail Rastatter
    February 21, 2018 11:37 am

    Love the soft colors and soft texture of the milk that’s out of focus. And excellent capture of the flow.

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  • I like the overall photo it is extremely pleasing to look at. I also like the colors in the photo they give me a really cool and calm feeling

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  • Good job with focus and exposure. Top of the liquid surface looks really good with the lighting you chose.

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  • The coloring of the blue milk against the white background makes for a visually appealing photo. This was a perfectly timed picture to get such cool shape of the water droplet. Great focus and shutter speed to get such a crisp image. Well done!

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  • This is definitely my favorite photo of the water/milk drop photos. I like how the second part of the drop is attached to the jet. The beads coming off of the umbrella are really cool as well. Good focus and color in the image.

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  • This image is very eye-catching and interesting. I like how the water droplet creates a sort of mushroom/umbrella shape. The blue color is a nice incorporation as well.

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  • I like how this photo looks so natural, like a mushroom growing out of the ground. It gives the photo multiple meanings, I can view it as a beautiful visualization of flow but also as a representation of life as well. The framing is great and the shutter speed was quick enough to show a lot of detail in the instant of the collision

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  • Garrett Wolcott
    February 21, 2018 11:36 am

    Wow great image! The colors are perfect. This photo is very relaxing to look at.

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  • Jordan Nahabetian
    February 21, 2018 11:36 am

    It’s interesting to see the top of the umbrella hover just over the water. It’s looks like a still scene rather than a flow. It’s really beautiful.

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  • I like the odd angle that the splashing and flow is happening in. The umbrella shape is really cool shape due to the collision of separate drops.

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  • I like the colors and the contrast with the diffused light. The focus is good, and the ‘umbrella’ looks nice.

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  • The umbrella is really prominent and is fun to look at. The flow physics happening in this image prompt additional contemplation

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  • This is really cool. In planet earth they have slow-motion videos of fungi growing, and this looks like it could be a still from that. Very clear image.

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  • I love the colors and the overall image. The flow is really satisfying and I really like the umbrella that was made.

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  • Geya Kairamkonda
    February 21, 2018 11:27 am

    Love the light blue fluid in this image as well as the shadow that is created by the umbrella. Wouldn’t change anything, great image!

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