Abdul Dawlatzai // Image Video 01

Abdul Dawlatzai

Abdul Dawlatzai // Image Video 01

This particular image was captured from a video of a highly viscous fluid in falling in free fall (gravity). The surface tension in the fluid is what causes the “distorted” droplets falling from higher elevation.

Original Video Link: https://vimeo.com/456062961

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  • Olivia Ward
    Sep 21, 2020 13:10

    I love the colors you got in this photo. It looks like an ocean

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  • Aldwin Bretoux
    Sep 18, 2020 13:15

    I really like the transition of the colors and how the bubbles are stretching due to movement.

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  • Jillian Weber
    Sep 18, 2020 12:11

    I love the color blocking in this image! I think it’s super cool that the light source is just white light, and the fluid makes the ombre effect

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  • Jacob Christiansen
    Sep 16, 2020 15:05

    The color grading in this video is awesome!

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  • Matthew McCallum
    Sep 16, 2020 13:22

    This is a nice closeup of a fluid flow that people see daily. Seeing the elongated bubbles flowing looks nice and the color change as the fluid flows looks great.

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  • Edgar Palma
    Sep 16, 2020 13:21

    I liked the colors used in this image.

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  • Hunter Hach
    Sep 16, 2020 13:20

    I think the number of bubbles is nice, where it’s not too crowded but still shows the flow well.

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  • Reid Pritchard
    Sep 16, 2020 13:19

    I really like the video and how the drops move. It’s very satisfying to see the drops ‘slow’, pile, and kinda reform into spheres.

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  • Stella Newman
    Sep 16, 2020 13:19

    I like the frame you paused this video at. I think the frame accentuates the slope the bubbles are falling against.

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  • Axel Escareno
    Sep 16, 2020 13:18

    I like how you can see the air bubbles decelerate as they go down and how they move inwards, showing the geometry of what it is flowing down on.

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  • I think you did a good job capturing the feeling of a viscous fluid. The video does a good job describing how thick the fluid is.

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  • Megan Borfitz
    Sep 16, 2020 13:14

    It reminds me of rain running down a car windshield.

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  • Bryan Wong
    Sep 16, 2020 13:13

    I love how the fluid looks like a wave in slow-motion. The colors are also really nice.

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  • James Hartwig
    Sep 16, 2020 13:12

    I the colors are fantastic! It feels like a slow motion ocean wave from inside to me.

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