Team Second // Antonio Gueretta

Team Second // Antonio Gueretta

“Space Cannon”
Turbulent plume induced from Dry Ice in Water

Here is an artistic interaction between dry ice submerged in about 3 inches of water. The gas that escapes from the dry ice/water interface rises up toward the surface of the water and escapes in a chaotic fashion and creates vortices that in this case, resembles a mushroom cloud. The camera settings are as follows; Camera: Canon Rebel T3i EOS 600D DSLR, Aperture: f/5, Shutter Speed: 1/500, ISO: 3200, Lens: 55-250 mm, Focal Length: 109 mm.

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  • Austin Ramirez
    Nov 6, 2019 10:59

    I love the colors of this image, they seem very cold with just the white, black, and slight shades of blue.

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  • Jonathan Cohen
    Nov 5, 2019 19:16

    Rotating the image was a great decision. Looks like the smoke was shot out from the cup or something like that. Produced a really nice plume of smoke.

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  • Brian Gomez
    Nov 4, 2019 12:46

    I like the rotation of the image, it makes it seem as if the glass is being propelled to the left.

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  • Abhishek Kumar
    Oct 30, 2019 12:51

    I love how this looks like a stellar nebula! It looks like a giant block of ice with a hole drilled through the center, transformed into a vortex cannon. Very cool!

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  • Dawood Ahmad
    Oct 30, 2019 12:45

    I think rotating the image gives it a more dynamic feel.

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  • Faisal Alismail
    Oct 30, 2019 12:45

    Cool experiment, love the contrast and the idea of changing the orientation of it.

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  • Dimario Cancanon
    Oct 30, 2019 12:45

    Really interesting phenomenon. The middle looks like a galaxy! Great use of contrast, I’d hang this on my wall!

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  • Blake Chin
    Oct 30, 2019 12:44

    I like the decision to rotate the image.

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  • Matthew Knickerbocker
    Oct 30, 2019 12:44

    I like the choice to rotate the image, it makes it look more like a rocket nozzle and exhaust.

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  • Robert Drevno
    Oct 30, 2019 12:44

    What made you choose to rotate the image? Great capture of the plume of smoke!

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