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TeamFirst_Team8_JacobChapin

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This is a mixing experiment with coffee and pink colored creamer.

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  • Jacob Chapin,thank you ever so for you post.Much thanks again.

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  • The quality is sort of strange! Is this what your actual image looks like or is it just the one uploaded on the website?

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  • Dope shot. It looks really interesting. The mudskipper analogy is real. I like how you colored the creamer.

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  • This is a really nice capture, the drop is great and cylindrical. It’s a little unsettling and abstract, but I like it. The face is hard to unsee.

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  • It has kind-of a silly face with good visualization of bubbles and waves! What if you used different colors to make a whole community of little bubble critters?

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  • Alexandra Wilson
    February 26, 2018 11:44 am

    It looks like a mudskipper. Gorgeous capture! An inversion could be exciting!

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  • Summer Thompson
    February 26, 2018 11:44 am

    This is gorgeous and your color choices really elevate the art. This image is so murky. The red brings out a green tone to the coffee which makes it the result even farther from expected.

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  • Daniel Petrykowski
    February 26, 2018 11:42 am

    I think that your intent of creating a mysterious flow was realized. The splash geometry with a shallow fluid is interesting.

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  • I really like this image. The impact looks awesome. It’s cool to see how the coffee reacted to the creamer when it was dropped in.

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  • Michael Sandoval
    February 26, 2018 11:42 am

    Great timing to capture the impact without the stream present. I enjoy the mixing at the bottom right of the frame.

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  • The crater is awesome, I think you accomplished your design intent with the image.

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  • Looks like a frog or something with the bubbles acting as eyes and the splash like a mouth. I like the focus and color choices.

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  • The quality of the photo online looks different than the in-class version, however, very interesting colors and crater-like fluid depressional motion.

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  • Awesome colors and concept, well done capturing the impact. The focus could be a bit better.

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  • The impact crater is really nice. I like how the concentric circles frame it.

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  • The impact looks really good. Impressive that you were able to capture the impact without the stream in the photo as well. The bubbling is also interesting, it shows the flow very well. It is also shot well and I like the angle and framing of the photo.

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  • It is interesting to see the colored bubbles in the water. Nice work!

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  • Great color and framing, very mysterious. The exposure is good but the focus could be improved to bring more attention to the central subject.

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  • The image is interesting. The focus on ripples around the drop and the bubbles is good, but the actual center of the depression is a little out of focus.

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  • Beautiful flow, the quality of image uploaded on the website is very low, hard to tell the focus etc. Overall the image is good, try some post processing next time.

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  • Great job capturing the impact crater with a flat shaped bottom. I like the choice to add dye to illustrate the focus of the subject.

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  • Abigail Rastatter
    February 26, 2018 11:41 am

    I love this image; excellent showcase of flow. You were totally successful in your goal, I had no idea how this image was made – I thought the coffee was like stream water or something.

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  • I really like the colors and the lighting. The ripples and the impact are really cool to see. I like the cropping of the image.
    Maybe a bit better focus next time?

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  • Cool fluid flow from the impact. I like the different colors, overall very nice image.

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  • Very nice bubble effect along with color diffusion into the water.

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  • I love how hollow the crater is in the crater. It’s shows the impact really well, which is awesome.

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  • The impact is very clear, and it is really cool how the stream from the creamer isn’t in the shot. Overall , the focus could be a little bit better, but given the timing required is very understandable.

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  • Steven Rothbart
    February 26, 2018 11:41 am

    You achieved your goal, I had no idea it was creamer in coffee. Its very interesting

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  • Geya Kairamkonda
    February 26, 2018 11:40 am

    I would try re-uploading the image; the one shown in class is at a much better quality. I do love the bubbles and the color contrast. Nice image!

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  • Jordan Nahabetian
    February 26, 2018 11:40 am

    The contrast of the crisp pink bubbles and the blurry ripples works well. I can feel the motion.

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  • The image is slightly out of focus. Great capture of the impact though, and I like the addition of the red food dye to the cream.

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  • Michael Guenther
    February 23, 2018 12:48 pm

    Great demonstration of flow, and a very creepy aesthetic. The quality of the uploaded image makes it suffer though.

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