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This is the result of combining Maple Syrup (100%, Grade A) with Compressed Air. When you flip a can of compressed air upside-down and spray it, the hydrofluorocarbon liquid contained will spray out, rather than just the vapor. I did this, but put the end of the straw inside the syrup, creating a cool bubbling effect with the vapor visually leaking out. Below are more images that I thought were intriguing.
The second image almost looks like an explosion! Very fun.
In regards to your point on the viscosity, I wonder if cooling the maple syrup down prior to shooting the air would slow the flow down.
I like that you used maple syrup. It’s a very interesting medium and adds a cool golden color to the photo. I think the image with the ring around the straw looks very interesting and I would like to know about the fluid physics of it.
I also like the lighting and the way it illuminates the gas as it emerges out of the top of the syrup.
Really like the fluid you decided to go with here. The color is interesting and it almost has a Jurassic Park vibe to it. Focus is stellar, very nice image.
This a really cool image and think maple syrup and compressed air was a really interesting choice and it kind of looks like a mushroom cloud in one of them
This photo is really cool. I really love how you captured the bubbles so clearly!
This is sick! Love the clear line of bubbles around the middle and the beautiful colors!