Observation of blown bubbles bump, bounce, bop and pop
Additional Credits: Cole Smith, Kendall Shepard, Lana Pivarnik
These types of interactions are always so cool! I would want to see the math behind this.
I really liked the lighting you used in this as you can see reflection within the bubbles. I think it gives the bubbles the extra effect almost as moving mirrors as well as the bouncing and popping they have. Great job.
I really liked the music choice, it set a very funky vibe. I think the music lined up really well with the energy of the clips. I also really like the reflections that can be seen.
The music choice for this video is great and sets a groovy vibe for the bubbles popping that keeps the viewer from getting bored. Additionally, the transition in the music lining up with the transition between the first and second clips is great.
The first clip is super cool– I like that you can see the individual bubble and what takes place as it is popping.
I really like how at time 1:27 after there are a bunch of bubbles popping, it is really cool to finish the video with the one bubble popping
I really like your music choice and how it matches the vibe of your title as well. It creates a fun and chill feel to your video.
I like that you left the original video at a very slow frame rate so you could see all of the small movements that occur as a bubble pops. I wish the first video was slightly more in focus.
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