Soap collides with recurring, concave surfaces to create a “double bounce”

Soap collides with recurring, concave surfaces to create a “double bounce”

 

By Jeremy Parsons, for Team Second 2016

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  • Daniel Luber
    Nov 13, 2016 16:35

    Interesting choice for tilting the image. Very unique. almost gives it a surreal effect. The double tier aspect is very cool as well.

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  • Sierra Castillo
    Nov 7, 2016 13:01

    I love the icy feel of the image. The reflections in the dish and the soap both add to this. The contrast between the liquid and the background is really effective.

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  • James Julian
    Nov 7, 2016 12:17

    Art: The contrast between the background and the stream is fantastic.
    Flow: The flow is quickly understandable and recognized.
    Photographic technique: The depth of field and focus in this piece is really well done with the successful capturing of the stream and the glass interaction.

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  • Joseph Straccia
    Nov 3, 2016 19:59

    Interesting choice for the orientation of this image. This image really shows the dynamics of the second bounce.

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  • Peter Brunsgaard
    Nov 2, 2016 12:21

    I like the idea to rotate the image, as it shows the fluid flow from a much different perspective. The focus is crisp and the light refraction creates a super cool effect.

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  • Stephanie Mora
    Nov 2, 2016 12:18

    Cool picture, the black and white gives it a nice simple feel. Love that you can see the little bubbles inside. Love that you rotated it this way, looks like a little bridge. The black background is a nice contrast to the soap.

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  • Maxfield Scrimgeour
    Nov 2, 2016 12:16

    i like the way that you rotated it to provide a new angle of the flow. interesting how the flow comes in from the side.

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  • Daniel Baker
    Nov 2, 2016 12:16

    This image is just close enough to see the details of the fluid’s stream, and I am glad to see that. Although the second impact isn’t shown, I can surmise what it would probably look like based on the view of the first impact on the left. One thing I do notice is how the dish is out of focus. I cannot tell if this adds or detracts from the fluid stream itself, but I would not worry about it. I enjoy seeing how the fluid is jumping over obstacles as if it’s a snake. Well done.

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  • Zachary Cymanski
    Nov 2, 2016 12:14

    The impact area is very clear for the second bounce and you can really see what is going on. I like the 90 degree turn and all the post processing you did, it gives the image an interesting “cold” effect.

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  • Michael Waterhouse
    Nov 2, 2016 12:14

    No distracting elements in the background. Great contrast. Kaye effect can be easily seen. I like the angle change compared to Joseph’s.

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  • Katherine Yarnell
    Nov 2, 2016 12:14

    Good contrast with the black background and the white stream. The kaye effect is easily seen. The flow is very crisp and in focus.

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  • David Leng
    Nov 2, 2016 12:13

    I like the contrast between the background and the flow. The containers do look like ice cubes which give it a unique feel to it. The flow is unique!

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  • Daniel Bateman
    Nov 2, 2016 12:13

    Cool Framing! Did you consider mirroring it left to right? (The fluid looks like it left to right, going from wavy to laminar) Very nice colors, the background gives great contrast. Excellent job editing, corrections are not noticeable.

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  • Harrison Lien
    Nov 2, 2016 12:13

    Nice clear image. Nice near black and white coloring. The angle is an interesting touch, it makes the viewer take a closer look to really understand what’s going on here.

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  • Branden Goldenberg
    Nov 2, 2016 12:13

    Very impressive photoshop filling in the blanks of the turned image. Again. The infinite background helps with the great contrast and the lighting is very well done.

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  • Jason Savath
    Nov 2, 2016 12:13

    Double kaye flow is amazing. The flow is well demonstrated and aesthetically pleasing. The fluid contrasts extremely well with great lighting

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  • Marco Gardi
    Nov 2, 2016 12:12

    I like the close up in your image; together with the sharp focus, the jet really stands out. The image definitely has an icy feel

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  • Preston Marcoux
    Nov 2, 2016 12:12

    It’s very interesting that you were able to photoshop the stream and glass in. Well done with your post processing.

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  • Mark Noel
    Nov 2, 2016 12:12

    This looks cool. I like the lighting and contrast. the 90-degree turn is interesting.

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  • Ryan Walker
    Nov 2, 2016 12:11

    Art: Really like the almost 90 degree bounce on the second bounce
    Flow: Kaye effect is clearly illustrated
    Technique: Good lighting

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  • Jeremiah Chen
    Nov 2, 2016 12:11

    Good focus on the flow. The Kaye effect is clearly demonstrated. Nice way of rotating the image to effectively show the effect.

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  • Ryan Daniel
    Nov 2, 2016 12:10

    Awesome image that really captures this flow in the blink of an eye. I really like the reflections coming off the stream and the funky shapes it follows.

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  • Sean Harrison
    Nov 2, 2016 12:09

    Contrast between the background and flow is magnificent. The reflections off of the containers are a bit distracting. The bubbling in the soap off to the left adds nicely to the image.

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