Evan Hanson

Evan Hanson

I used the classic science fair reaction of baking soda, powdered food dye, and white vinegar to create a colorful bubbling mixture. The rapid production of gas and release of energy mixed the dyes into vibrant bubbles of all sizes.

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  • Melvin Vang
    Sep 15, 2021 12:53

    The colors in this photo are awesome! The photo looked to be taken at a very good time during the experiment because the varying sizes in bubbles in this picture make it look very natural.

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  • Jacob Haimes
    Sep 15, 2021 12:53

    I love the lighting that you were able to obtain! Although I am not sure that this picture actually needs much changing in focus, as I think the slightly out of focus top left is a nice contrast, you mentioned focus during your critique so I wanted to document some ideas. Backing up a little and using some sort of stabilizer, like a tripod or resting your arm on something could help. This would require a little cropping and more use of the zoom. Regardless, this is a super fun and colorful image.

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  • Ally Leffler
    Sep 15, 2021 12:51

    I like the colors and variations in bubble size. I really like the right side of the image where the blue meets the orange since they are such contrasting colors.

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  • Chris Nielsen
    Sep 15, 2021 12:46

    This is a great photo! The colors really pop especially since your focus is so sharp. The extreme closeup and overhead angle really emphasize the textures of the different-sized bubbles. It makes me think of a birthday party or a cool tie-dye.

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  • Trevor Peterson
    Sep 15, 2021 12:44

    Great job with the colors and contrast. The lighting really helps highlight the colors and the variation in sizes of the bubbles.

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  • Sam Tameler
    Sep 15, 2021 12:43

    Nice variation within the frame. The focus is good, and the mixing of colors is appealing to the eye.

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