We sprayed a fixature through a camp fire starter. Due to the chemical content in the fixture, a mysterious atrovirens flame was recorded by our camera.
Diluted acrylic paint is dripped, squirted and poured into a swirling glass of water. Filmed with Canon 70d with sigma 17-50 f2.8 and canon 50 f1.8 with macro extension tubes. Music: Piano Sunrise by DDmyzik, use with personal/internet license. Team members: Mark Noel, Jason Savath, Jeremiah Chen
shot on the Phantom 2512 slow motion camera with Professor Truscott of the University of Utah’s ‘Splash Lab.’ Team members for this shot include Mark Noel, Jeremiah Chen, and Jason Savath. Thanks is also given to Professor Hertzberg for her assistance and use of her Lab. Shot at 8,000 frames per second (first shot) and 25000 frames per second (second shot).
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By Joseph Straccia for Get Wet 2016.
Two circular vortex rings propagate in air seeded by smoke. Direction of motion is left to right. Ring diameter is on the order of 5cm. Lighting is from an off camera flash in high speed sync mode.
Get Wet 2016. By James Julian
Water Tornado-Ryan Walker Get Wet 2016