A very noisy image of a droplet interacting with a Worthington jet.
Image created with the help of Brandon Gushlaw, Peilin Yang, and Winston Douglas.
I like the earth tones in this image and the choice to flip it. It reminds me of a flower sprouting. Try using a higher shutterspeed and increased lighting to achieve better clarity.
Great idea to flip the image. Nice job on the timing!
Really like how you decided to flip the image. Gives the audience a chance to come up with their own ideas for the image. Very symmetrical as well
The noise is unfortunate but the timing and focus are pretty good. I like the conical shape of the collision.
I really like the upside down image – we don’t really normally see drops from this angle, so it challenges our perspective.
A bit of noise and grain in the picture, but very nice shot, looks like an upside down martini glass.
Holy grain, but nice flow you got, that looks so perfectly shaped!
good interaction. but the graininess detracts a lot from the photo.
Woah this image is awesome. It looks like a UFO protruding from a stormy sky. I also really like the graininess of the picture, it gives it a mysterious feel.
Great picture. I like the noise. It made the picture looks very nice. good job
The inversion of the photo really looks good, makes you question what is happening in the image! What camera did you use, seems a little grainy.
I like that you decided to flip this image. It gives a very interesting feel. The collision almost gives the appearance of a flower blooming. Bummer that it came out noisy!
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