Will Tse Getting Wet

Will Tse Getting Wet

Get Wet Final Report Will Tse

Flow of Mrs. ButtersWorth Syrup into a glass of water, notice viscosity differences.

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  • Chad Sloan
    Sep 24, 2018 17:29

    This is my favorite picture that was shown! I really like that you decided to make it black and white, it adds another element to the photo. I think the flow that you created is really cool, i like how the syrup looks like it is randomly moving.

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  • Brandon Gushlaw
    Sep 24, 2018 12:18

    The black and white image really makes this photo stand out. I also like the shadow you can see from the glass. I think the photo is good. Why or how do you think another camera would capture this image better?

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  • Noah Granigan
    Sep 24, 2018 12:14

    I like the black and white, I never thought Mrs. Butterworth could look so cold. Interesting stuff going on there, the line in the background is pretty interesting.

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  • Peilin Yang
    Sep 24, 2018 12:13

    Viscid phenomena was clearly illustrated in this image. The black smog just dance in the glass and there is no attraction in the background. Well design!

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  • Owen Brown
    Sep 24, 2018 12:12

    What type of editing did you use to get the contrast of the syrup? I think you did a great job showing the textures of the water and syrup interacting.

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  • Morgan Benninger
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    I enjoyed the black and white look. It reduces distraction and focuses the eye on the viscous effects. Gives it a spooky feel.

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  • Garrett Gerchar
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    Like the grey colors and symmetry of the photo with the flow offsetting it being the only asymmetrical part of the photo. Very cool smokey imagery, would not have assumed syrup and water.

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  • Wenjin Li
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    The stream looks cool. I like the color of the flow. It causes a pretty well contrast color with background.

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  • Ivan Komodore
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    The dark syrup against the white background stands out very well and helps to accentuate the small strings that are created. I think that the lighting could be somewhat improved to reduce the glare on the glass and to improve contrast in the syrup.

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  • Christopher McFadden
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    I like the framing of the photo. Not sure about the dark color choice. Maybe add more contrast or invert the colors. The lighting is very well done.

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  • Chase Cleveland
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    I like the sweeping surface of the interface between the syrup and water. This is a cool idea as you can see the syrup jet coming in but the cloudy mixture gives the syrup surface depth. The shot is in good focus and I like the symmetry.

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  • Gregory Collins
    Sep 24, 2018 12:11

    How did you get the black color and wisps? the light bar may be edited out. the image is interesting ! You may want to crop out the background.

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  • Michael Karns
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    I like the high contrast in the image comparing the white background and the black looking fluid. Also how the fluid splashes up on the walls looks really interesting. The black line in the background is a nice touch too.

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  • Winston Douglas
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    I like the white back drop with the black liquid, it really pops. I would recommend upping the shutter speed so the image is less blurry.

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  • Ross Cooper
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    I like the monotone color scheme of this photo. It is very easy to see what is going on in this photo. I like the stratified interface, and submerged jet. Very interesting physics.

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  • Chris Davidoff
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    This reminds me of that movie Arrival. The black smoke things that the Aliens use to communicate. Because of that, it looks ethereal and ominous to me which is cool! I’d love to see this again with your new camera

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  • Justin Truong
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    This photo looks really cool! It honestly looks like a gas sinking down to the bottom. It’s interesting to see how dark the fluid is.

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  • I think this is interesting – did you edit the picture to get the dark black color or is that just how it was? I like the high contrast between the dark and the white background. The line in the background is a little distracting (you could edit that out post-production). I think you captured the physics pretty well, but the image is a little blurry – you could try using a little more light?

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  • Jeremy Aparicio
    Sep 24, 2018 12:10

    I like the simplistic setup of this photo. The “waves” look unique almost like smoke in some areas. Perhaps try pouring more into the center and picking a different background.

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  • Joseph Ryan
    Sep 24, 2018 12:09

    I really like the editing to make everything greyscale. It makes the pool of syrup and water look really ominous, and it makes the stringy bits on top look like smoke. It’s a little hard to tell what’s going on, but I think the artistic qualities outweigh that.

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  • Brent T Eckles
    Sep 24, 2018 12:09

    Like the splashing effect. Nice selection between the black fluid and the white background. Maybe retake with better camera.

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  • Bradley Busek
    Sep 24, 2018 12:09

    I like how the picture is black and white, however maybe cropping out the background and top of glass would improve the picture? I really do like the idea of the picture though and viscosity is such a cool subject. Great job!

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  • Matthew Finney
    Sep 24, 2018 12:09

    I like the black color against the white background, it makes it pop.The splashes up the side of the glass are a cool effect. The seam in the background is distracting, but its a great start!

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  • Maxwell Rodgers
    Sep 21, 2018 12:25

    I am very curious as to how you managed to make the syrup such a dark black color, maybe it was post-processing? Regardless, the colors are very nice and it’s very interesting to see the water/syrup combo splashing up on the glass.

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  • Dylan Crane
    Sep 15, 2018 14:41

    I like the smooth look that it gives as it splashes up the side of the glass wall. I am also a fan of the black on white look! Cropping in and removing the seem in the background could help it a lot but its a great start.

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