IV 4 // Bryce Dickson

IV 4 // Bryce Dickson

Ferrofluid visualizing magnetic field lines

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  • Alex Kelling
    Nov 9, 2022 13:08

    This angle is so cool. It was so confusing at first which was a great aspect of this image. I had to try and comprehend what it was. At first it looked like snow or milk on top of a Sea urchin, or other spiky ball. Once seeing the angle, it is still a fantastic image, but the mind games were fun to comprehend.

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  • I like the idea of taking the photo from a slightly higher angle.

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  • Ryan Wells
    Nov 9, 2022 13:00

    I really enjoy this image. You did a great job isolating the ferrofluid spikes. With the big contrast of background to spike there is nothing else in this photo but the ferrofluid. It creates an abstract effect to this natural phenomenon. Great job.

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  • Anders Hamburgen
    Nov 9, 2022 13:00

    This is worth framing! Great choice of aperture to get a pleasing depth of field. Can’t believe it’s not black and white.

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  • William Watkins
    Nov 9, 2022 13:00

    I really love the white background how there is no glare from the lighting and how sterile the environment looks.

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  • Tobin Price
    Nov 9, 2022 13:00

    Awesome shot Bryce, great job keeping all of the spikes in focus and really unique angle by flipping the original shot. It reminds me of a firework explosion

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  • Isaac Martinez
    Nov 9, 2022 12:59

    Flipping this image is a really cool perspective. It reminds me of stalagmites in a cave. The contrast with the background is also a good choice

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