Team First – Geya Kairamkonda

Team First – Geya Kairamkonda

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This is an image of food coloring sifting through honey, maple syrup, and water resulting in a bubbly smoke-like brain.

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  • Julian Claudio
    March 2, 2018 1:47 am

    I really like this photo. I like the framing, it is shot from up close so you can see the flow details.

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  • I love this image! Although the aesthetic is kind of strange I think it worked for this image

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  • Alexandra Wilson
    February 26, 2018 11:29 am

    Gorgeous! It looks like a brain MRI scan. Fascinating!

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  • Very beautiful shades of green. I also really like the grainy effect of the flow. Great focus and lighting!

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  • Really cool image, I like the different shades of green. I think the lighting could be better, and change hte color contrast in photoshop. Overall nice image.

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  • I am surprised at what kinds of textures you were able to create. It took me a while to see the ‘Brain’ but now I do. I think there could be more dynamic range, more contrast, and less graininess. Possibly try HDR or decreasing ISO?

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  • Michael Sandoval
    February 26, 2018 11:27 am

    This has a ominous feel to it. The way that the different fluids create different textures makes a almost 3D look to the art.

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  • Nice surface-tension-driven flow. It is a good observation that viscosity is related to rate of mixing, it could be fun the quantify that,

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  • Wow, i really like the colors here, and the pattern itself is really interesting. Looks kind of like a brain. The saturation could be a bit higher.

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  • It is beautiful image. Great choice of color of food dye with color of honey.

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  • I like the stormy tornado cloud vibe I get from this. It’s unsettling in a good way. A higher color range and higher contrast might help, but it’s difficult to say how much you could do without ruining the dark aesthetic.

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  • Great image, the focus and exposure are good. I would consider increasing the contrast so the colors are more distinguishable from each other, and lowering the ISO gain to decrease the noise. A calm but somewhat foreboding image.

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  • The image is nice, I like the darker tones and how the maple syrup and honey interacted with the food coloring. The ISO is a little high, but otherwise I really like it.

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  • Daniel Petrykowski
    February 26, 2018 11:26 am

    Really creative flow. It’s interesting to see that the yellows seem to overlap the lighter greens.

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  • i like the framing and composition of this image. I like how it fills the entire screen and has a dark tone. The image is nicely focused and is nicely done.

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  • Summer Thompson
    February 26, 2018 11:26 am

    Very beautiful image! Moody and intricate!

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  • The flow pattern is really wrinkly. The focus is good, and the colors and contrast are well done. It seems like the image is well cropped too. Overall good image

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  • This image is nice and the colors go well together, however it seems to be a but out of focus. This could just be the color spreading out through the liquids. Overall I really like the photo and the patterns the colors make is really cool!

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  • Beautiful image, the flow is very clear and interesting, the image maybe effected by the high iso.

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  • Nice colors, I love the softness in the image. There are some dark spots where information is lost, maybe consider lightening the image in Photoshop? There is a lot of grain so maybe also consider lowering the ISO on the camera

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  • I like the idea of the photo overall. The flow pattern looks really interesting. It is slightly grainy though, but it doesn’t distract too much from the photo.

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  • This image is very nice. I can almost see a flower forming in the center of the image. The image is a little grainy, but otherwise this is a great picture. Nice work!

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  • The darkness of the image creates an ominous feel. However, I would have increased the saturation and exposure of the image to really make the colors pop. Overall, cool image exhibiting viscous fluid motion.

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  • Abigail Rastatter
    February 26, 2018 11:25 am

    Love the colors. The texture in this image is super interesting – love that there is a sort of center point. The bottom-right corner is a bit dark – maybe try to brighten the image a little bit or mess with the contrast.

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  • I like how you pointed out the brain shape. It looks a bit grainy though, I am not sure if you could fix that with some editing

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  • Very cool picture. I think the focus could be a little better, but overall I like the way that the green and black mix together in the top half.

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  • Jordan Nahabetian
    February 26, 2018 11:25 am

    This is really weird and interesting. The color choice makes this look like it’s naturally occurring. I love the aesthetic too.

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  • A muddy but fascinating image. I quite like how grainy the image looks and the colors are put together quite well;. Great photo!

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  • The colors are really interesting. I like how it looks like a brain. The darkness is really cool to look at. Focus is good.
    Maybe a little bit grainy?

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  • Michael Guenther
    February 23, 2018 12:45 pm

    The aesthetic in this image is chilling and unsettling. I think either the focus of the image or the saturation could be adjusted to increase that affect.

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