Get Wet Fall 2022 – Robbie Cooper

Get Wet Fall 2022 – Robbie Cooper

This image shows how boiling water evaporated into steam and when there was no more heat being applied the steam cooled and condensed onto the side of a glass pot where the drops of water formed bigger and bigger.

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  • Kendall Shepherd
    Sep 14, 2022 12:45

    I really like this photo. I like how it reminds me of driving a car at night in the rain, and I think the lighting and lights really add to that. I also really like how its blurred on the edges and focused really well in the middle, it draws your attention into the detailed parts.

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  • Maridith Stading
    Sep 14, 2022 12:41

    In my opinion, bright lights and bold colors in an otherwise dark space draw my eye, and having that part of the image out of focus is a little distracting. However, your other focal point is really well done and the light is used well to draw the eye to the most in-focus part of the image.

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  • Cole Smith
    Sep 14, 2022 12:31

    I like this image because it gives a really moody feel and its cool that it demonstrates condensation while not being directly apparent that what you’re taking a picture of is the kettle. I like your idea of in the future waiting longer in the process to see what happens to the condensation droplets and possibly look into how this translates to technical explanations of this phenomenon.

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  • Lana Pivarnik
    Sep 14, 2022 12:29

    What did you use for lighting in the background? It is interested that it is so dark on both sides.

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  • Kelsie Kerr
    Sep 12, 2022 13:10

    What made you decide on the blue and green LED lighting? Did you play with warmer colors like red and yellow at all?

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  • Will Dietz
    Sep 12, 2022 13:10

    I really like the way all of the droplets, particularly near the bottom, have parallel edges, yet hold irregular shapes.

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  • Ryan Wells
    Sep 12, 2022 13:08

    I really like the focus of this image. The edges are blurred drawing more attention to the center of the image and larger drops. Also, towards the top of the image the drops are more tightly packed together almost giving the look of broken glass. It is really well visualized to see the boundaries between drops become smaller at the top and larger at the bottom.

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