Get Wet // Audrey Viland

Get Wet // Audrey Viland

Water boiling on a hot pan, yet not hot enough to create the Leidenfrost effect. The bubbles are filled with air – or the air that is dissolved within the water. As the water heats, these air bubbles are released as water undergoes a physical change. The bubbles are spherical due to the fact that they are expanding outwards equally in all directions.

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  • Matthew Knickerbocker
    Sep 29, 2019 11:31

    I like the level of close up detail you got in this image.

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  • Sam Brown
    Sep 28, 2019 15:35

    This image looks organic. Very cool shot.

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  • Kailey Shara
    Sep 27, 2019 22:15

    This picture sort of reminds me of looking at cells under a microscope. Maybe turn down your ISO and add more external light to reduce image noise?

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  • Antonio Gueretta
    Sep 27, 2019 12:39

    Great job capturing so many bubbles clearly without any motion blur!

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  • Jared Moya
    Sep 27, 2019 12:16

    Nice image, it reminds of a lot of eyes

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  • Jason Fontillas
    Sep 27, 2019 12:05

    I like the textures in the photograph. The repeated bubbles that very in size provides some abstract beauty.

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  • Robert Drevno
    Sep 26, 2019 20:16

    The bubbles are incredible to look at and very interesting. What was your ISO and shutter speed for the image? It looks a bit grainy.

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  • Jamie Frankel
    Sep 25, 2019 15:55

    I wish this was less grainy. It reminds me of the feel of holes

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  • Robert Giannella
    Sep 25, 2019 12:56

    boiling water is such a common thing but zooming in made me not even recognize what was going on.

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  • Sophie Adams
    Sep 25, 2019 12:40

    Very cool composition. Your image looks a little grainy, what was your ISO?

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  • Jennifer Kracha
    Sep 25, 2019 12:40

    This image is extremely interesting to look at, it almost reminds me of fish eggs.

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  • Shalil Jain
    Sep 25, 2019 12:36

    I really like how this looks like spider eggs as you had explained. How hot was the surface?

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  • Aaron Zetley
    Sep 25, 2019 12:14

    I really loved this image and the simplicity of it. I really enjoy how small the bubbles are and the layer and texture that they form. Great Job!

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  • Mary Rahjes
    Sep 25, 2019 12:11

    I wonder if you could get the same affect by using a small fan blowing over the surface to keep the steam away from your camera lens, instead of manually blowing on the top of the water.

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  • Faisal Alismail
    Sep 25, 2019 12:09

    You got great clear bubbles, I know sometimes it’s hard to catch them so great job!

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  • Peter Armstrong
    Sep 25, 2019 12:08

    Cool photo! and the physics and fluids explanation was great! Does give a spooky feeling, because as Aaron said, it looks like a bunch of eyes watching you.

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  • Peter Rosenthal
    Sep 25, 2019 12:07

    The smaller bubbles caused by blowing on the water like you described is really cool. How quickly was the water boiling after you put it on the griddle?

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  • Alejandra Abad
    Sep 23, 2019 15:40

    Looks so mesmerizing. Loving the patterns that you see here. Was it hard to get that many bubbles?

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