Megan Borfitz

Megan Borfitz

In this image, we observe the physics of surface tension and free surfaces interacting as air is exhaled through a straw and emerges beneath water.

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  • Olivia Ward
    Sep 21, 2020 13:09

    I love the blue color in this photo. I think you did a really nice job capturing this.

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  • Cary Faulkner
    Sep 21, 2020 12:09

    It is really interesting to see the bubbles begin to form at an angle to the straw and then forming an interface with the surface.

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  • Jillian Weber
    Sep 18, 2020 12:10

    I love your monochromatic layout, and your crisp focus! I think the blue is very attractive, and calming, and the really draws the eye to your sharp highlights and shadows of the bubbles!

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  • Edgar Palma
    Sep 16, 2020 13:35

    I really like the grainy look the image has along with the type of blue you used.

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  • I enjoy the monochromatic color scheme. It gives the picture a very aqueous, wet feeling.

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  • Hunter Hach
    Sep 16, 2020 13:09

    The background matching in color above and below the water line is very nice. It really draws my eye to the action on the surface.

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  • Reid Pritchard
    Sep 16, 2020 13:07

    I really like the framing and color. It makes your eye really focus on the flow.

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  • David Kuchta
    Sep 16, 2020 13:07

    Really enjoy the use of color in this image. Also, the interaction between the bubbles provides some interesting fluid dynamics.

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  • Matthew McCallum
    Sep 16, 2020 13:06

    This is a cool photo showing close up on something most of us used to do as a kid, blowing bubbles in your drink. The tight crop allows us to see a lot of the small details with the bubbles that you can’t see with your naked eye.

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  • Bryan Wong
    Sep 16, 2020 13:03

    I love the blue tone in your image! Also, I think the composition of the photo was great!

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  • Axel Escareno
    Sep 16, 2020 13:03

    I like the idea behind the image and how well it was captured. It is cool to see the transition from laminar air to air bubble.

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  • James Hartwig
    Sep 16, 2020 13:02

    The noise in this image almost reminds me of film grain – along with the act of blowing bubbles it feels very nostalgic

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  • Abdul Dawlatzai
    Sep 16, 2020 13:01

    Great photo! Makes me think of cavitation! awesome way to show fluid mechanics

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