This Image shows hand sanitizer spread out in a pan and being lit on fire. producing a blue flame. The alcohol in the hand sanitizer is what makes the flame blue instead of the classic orange we are used to and the heat from the fire causes the water and other agents in the sanitizer to boil producing bubbles.
I really love the colors in this photo. It reminds me of aurora borealis.
I really enjoy the effects the hand sanitizer took on. You were able to capture the light reflection, clumping up, and bubbling characteristics well!
I really love the effect you were able to capture as well as the color of the flame. This reminds me of Aurora Borealis which is awesome that you were able to recreate that
You did a great job of capturing the smooth motion of the flames and making the dim flames this prevalent.
I like that the walls of the pan are high enough to shape the flames back into a fairly central view where more can bee seen. I think it’s interesting that you chose to focus more on the liquid on the pan than on the flames. I think that helped draw the eye into the image and increase the depth.
I enjoyed how you captured the flame attachment in the picture, we could see where the flame starts and ends perfectly.
I like the trail the fire takes by how you placed the hand sanitizer on the pan. It makes a really nice shape and you get to see where it is going next.
I love the contrast between the way the hand sanitizer is falling down the pan and the direction that the flames are leaning towards. The red LED is also a great choice because I think it illuminates the non-stick frying pan to look beautiful with the blue flames.
I like the amount of light that is reflected by the hand sanitizer. It is not too much and not too little.
I enjoy how the edges of the frying pan frame an oval shape around the flames.
I thought the flames are really cool because at first glance they looked like smoke or steam, and finding out they were flames make it more impressive.
I noticed how the pattern of the hand sanitizer looks random, but the image still looks clean and well-composed.
I love this photograph! Great representation of how particles move in fire.
I like how towards the right of the photograph you can see the shape of the flame as it grows.
I love the motion of the flames, and their wispy shape. On first glance, they look like a slab of marble, or blue filaments in opal.