Fluid stacking test using 5 liquids with different densities
I really liked to see how the fluids settle after you poured them! The pacing of the video felt a bit rushed however – maybe make cuts fading between different stages?
Interesting idea on flow visualization. The differing viscosities of the fluids used makes for a cool video. The contrast between the colors used is aesthetically pleasing. The light at the end causes a glare on the glass that is distracting.
I really like the idea of the video. Even though it was a lot of steps going through it, the overall result worked well especially with your music of choice.
Great video, I think the music works well with the stylistic choice of the jump cuts. I like seeing the different fluids being poured on top of one another, but I would’ve liked to see more close-up shots of the glass. Additionally, I think including the light in frame at the end is distracting and it blows out the image so it’s more difficult to see what’s going on in the glass.
Beautiful and colorful!
Perhaps consider pouring without your hands in the shot for a different feel and backlighting the fluid. Really lovely music combination though!
The overall appearance of the layering is great, the light at the end of the video is a little a distracting though. Maybe diffusing the light would be helpful?
Editing and video go together quite well. I think the shot where you pan from the bottom up should avoid the light, however. I think that detracted from the quality of the video, despite being a really great shot.
The music was great and you synced the video well with it. The fluid dynamics you captured are interesting. Would have liked to see more of the fluids and maybe if they were lit better it would have been even more striking.
Impressive work on the video, the effects of the fluids were very interesting. The music also worked really well. However I think the video could have benefitted from more up-close shots, and different lighting could have illustrated the flow and shown the colors more clearly.
Nice video. It might be cool to change up the stacking order and get a closer view of the instabilities.
I really liked it. The music really helped.
The diffusive and convective mixings were both striking.
I really like the cut shots.
I like the visualization technique you used. I’m not sure the video is needed to capture this flow, since it isn’t really dynamic. The light in the video is pretty harsh but it does light the cylinder well. Good choice in music.
The slight mixing and bubbles that occur from the pouring make for some nice aesthetics. Did you leave the light source in the frame as an artistic choice.
Nice video, the fluids had a cohesive color scheme which I liked. I think the last shit could be done without the lighting in the shot for better effect.
This is pretty cool to see the different densities interact. The different colors of the fluids are nice.
I thought the music was a little distracting.
Great videography. I really liked the POV shots you captured and the background music.
Very interesting video. I like the different, vibrant colors of each liquid. He shot at the end with the backlight was the most interesting, and I liked how some of the layers seemed to sparkle.
It is nice to see the light is coming through the fluid. I liked to see how five different fluid with different density behave in a cylindrical cup.
I like the music choice. Really cool how that works. If like to see them added in a different sequence to see them move through one another.
The video editing is good and the music compliments the video nicely. The lighting and camera focus is perfect. Great demonstration.
Good videography! Do you think it’d be better if the glass was kept static and upright? The view at the ends helps highlight what you were trying to capture, as well as being slightly abstract.
This is beautiful. I love the color choices. A still close-up video on the flow levels may show more of the fluid dynamics.
The layering of all the liquids is satisfying to watch and I really like the partial mixing between a couple of the layers. Excellent application of fluid density to create an aesthetically pleasing combination of fluids.
It is cool to watch the fluids being poured instead of just the final effect. The light in the background is a bit distracting at the end, but the framing and focus of the glass is really cool.
Interesting idea. I liked the quality of the video as well!
This is a really cool video and clearly shows what is going on with the densities of the different fluids. I think it would be nice in the end if the light wasn’t actually visible in the background.
The video is interesting, I like how you used a lot of different fluids. The colors looked great, but I think that the lighting could have been just a little brighter at the end of the video. Maybe have more lights out of the frame and pointed towards your setup.
Interesting color choices! Very interesting technique! The video came out really well
Clean and neat video with a white background; good decision. Overall, very interesting fluid stacking technique. I would have liked to know the various types of fluids you used in the description.
I enjoyed the presentation, it reminded me of those do it yourself videos on Facebook. Maybe take the final shot without the light in frame
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