Team First Image // Jeremy Aparicio

Team First Image // Jeremy Aparicio

Vapor created from a humidifier

 

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  • I really like the image because you cant usually see this kind of phenomenon. I like photos that are not usually visible to an average viewer.

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  • I really like the rainbow colors and i think the droplets of water adds to the image

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  • Those colors are amazing! You have a ton of great movement in the frame with a simple experimental set up. Are those droplets coming out of the frame? It has a 3D look to it.

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  • Eli Kopp-DeVol
    October 3, 2018 12:44 pm

    I honestly think the color manipulation you did on this image compared to the one shown is class is quite neat, if you could recreate this colors without so much loss of info, I think you would end up with a really great image. I would love to know what is happening with that multicolored stack of water droplets that rather looks like a microscopic bacteria.

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  • Chris Davidoff
    October 3, 2018 12:44 pm

    Your guys’s experiment is really cool. The effect is cool and dramatic

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  • Colors are very unique and interesting. I love the little water droplets in this image. They refract the light super well and are exciting to see. Well done on this image.

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  • Chase Cleveland
    October 3, 2018 12:40 pm

    Nice idea for a fluid flow capture. I like the vibrant colors in the image but it could be a little more clear. The editing seems to detract from the fluid flow a bit as the natural colors of the experiment are beautiful before editing.

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  • Noah Granigan
    October 3, 2018 12:40 pm

    Cool picture, I really enjoy the variety of colors used against the black background. Well done.

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  • Ivan Komodore
    October 3, 2018 12:39 pm

    The colors are great in this picture, it almost looks like thermal imaging. It also highlights the movement of the vapor well. I think that the droplets are somewhat distracting, would it be possible to block those in the set up?

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  • Gregory Collins
    October 3, 2018 12:38 pm

    Interesting image and editing choice. The red and blue makes it look like thermal imaging, and the rainbow effect in the water drop is cool.

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  • Awsome colorful rings and bubbles! How could you make this kind of color from a humidifier?

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  • This one looks a little different than the one we looked at on the projector, bit maybe it’s a display issue. Either way, this is awesome. I really love the bright acid colors of the one on my screen and I also like the nice subtle colors of the one on the projector. Both seem very dreamlike, with the bubbles and steam rising.

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  • It’s very noticeable that you did some major editing to the colors. Its cool looking but a little artificial looking. You may have been going for that though. I like how you have both gas and fluid flow in this image.

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  • The image looks different on the projector, so I’m assuming this one on Flowvis is the correct one (which I like better). This image is super cool, and the color/editing choice is superb – it really helps us understand what is going on and what is important.

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  • The color contrast is very interesting. You could maybe crop the image to make it more dynamic

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  • Justin Truong
    October 3, 2018 12:33 pm

    I absolutely admire the span of colors seen in this photo. It’s really cool to see those particles rising and the flow of the fog come off of the humidifier

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  • The multi-color is great decision. It shows the boundary pretty clear. Nice editing.

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  • Winston Douglas
    October 3, 2018 12:30 pm

    this image is awesome. I really like how you edited the image and made it rainbow instead of just leaving the humidifier smoke normal.

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  • Garrett Gerchar
    October 3, 2018 12:29 pm

    Really like the rainbow coloring of this photo! How did you get so many colors? Almost looks like thermal imaging. What are those bubbles?

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  • Love the wide range of colors featured in this photo. Contrasting the bright rainbow colors with a dark black adds nicely to the photo.

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