This image shows food coloring spreading out in milk due to the added dish soap reducing the local surface tension in the milk.
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awesome colors, great FOV
Very creative way of getting interesting coloration and patterns in the fluid. I would consider doing a straight top down view with maybe a closer zoom so that more detail can be seen in the liquid. You got some really cool patterns in the liquid. Nice work.
I love the colors especially towards the edge of the bowl. I love how well they blend with each other. They remind me of colorful crashing waves almost.
I really like the colorful cloud look effect that the food coloring made with the milk.
I like the edge of the food coloring line at the top. It looks like a mountainous landscape. Very mysterious!
You did a good job creating a dark, neutral, non-intrusive background.
Really enjoy the different colors in this composition Cary. I think you could get more of the action up close and in focus, here. I also noticed that if you relax and stare at it for a moment, it almost feels like there’s movement. Very cool image.
I really like the way that the colors form multiple bands radially outwards. It is also cool that the brown part at the bottom looks a bit like the “fingers of creation” picture from Hubble.
I really like the colors you choose. It really gives off a galaxy/space feel to it. I also appreciate how you used milk as your liquid to show the properties of surface tension.
I like how you can see multiple layers of colors in the milk, overlapping each other! It gives great dimension
I love how the colors are mixing, however they are separated into individual layers. This is an interesting aesthetic.
I love the color range you were able to capture! Also, great job with your white balance.
I really like the colors you used. It really gives off a space/galaxy feel to it.
How did you disperse the coloring over the milk? Was it dispersed in a certain pattern or just randomly?
I would have never thought to use milk! Great idea, cool result.
I like that the milk is the same color as the bowl. It makes it look like it is transparent. It reminds me of like an inverse-color picture of outer space.
Beautiful colors you captured here. Love the parts where the colors begin to blend with each other.