By Joseph Straccia
Normal-field instability in a ferrofluid on a circular magnet accented with small droplets of orange India ink.
Report: Jeremy Parsons’ Report
By Jeremy Parsons, for Team First 2016
Ferrofluid demonstration using Neodymium magnets by Peter Brunsgaard
Report: Peter Brunsgaard’s Report
This was taken using no filters. Everything was edited in post-production. I wanted to capture the fluorescence of the blood across the jack-o-lantern’s teeth as it drips down the front. If you look closely, you can notice the dry ice fog leaking from the bottom teeth as the blood drips down to mix with it giving it an aesthetic horror feel to it. The original glow from inside the jack-o-lantern was orange, but the camera’s setting originally had the glow with a slight tint of pink. After experimenting with gimp, I found that a red lighting effect had the best results.
A detaching drop forming on the fangs of a Jack-O’-Lantern