John Whiteman // IV4

John Whiteman // IV4

This image captures ferrofluid standing in a strong magnetic field.

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  • Martin Allsbrook
    Dec 14, 2022 00:32

    I could loose myself in this image for hours. I just commented on another magneto-rheoscopic fluid post but I think these are amazing so ill probably comment on them all. I love the contrast between the spikes and the white surface beneath in your picture. I also LOVE the little shiny reflections you can see on the edge. Together it all captures what I love about this phenomena

  • Robert Cooper
    Dec 12, 2022 12:32

    This is so cool!It’s amazing that this is a fluid yet it looks so sharp and almost deadly. I like the use of a white background to give like to the texture of the fluid. It almost looks like a map of another planet.

  • Bryce Dickson
    Dec 12, 2022 02:39

    This shot was great and super cool to compare the different physics we got in the different trials. Thanks for letting me add it to my report!

  • Zackary Herzer
    Dec 10, 2022 11:56

    Wow, I love the contrast in this image. The plain, soft white, and the extremely sharp and harsh black. I didn’t know that ferrofluids were used in human prosthesis!

  • Tristan Martinez
    Dec 9, 2022 16:11

    I like how unique of a ferrofluid this is, these are so jagged compared to the more smooth peaks that I have seen before.

  • Heider Iacometti
    Nov 30, 2022 09:53

    I love that shape, I don’t know how you created it.

  • It’s interesting how highly concentrated ferrofluid behaves differently.

  • Anders Hamburgen
    Nov 9, 2022 13:01

    This ferrofluid looks awesome. You can tell it’s not vey dilute. It almost looks solid. Great thinking checking out the huge magnet. Sounds dangerous ;)

  • Kendall Shepherd
    Nov 9, 2022 12:58

    This image looks like an alien planet to me. With large obsidian rocks on a snowy landscape. I love the way you took the picture from above, it messes with the size perception and makes it look really big.

  • Alex Kelling
    Nov 9, 2022 12:58

    This is a very alien looking fluid. I never knew a fluid could be so sharp. It’s so jagged and sharp in the center, I like how it transitions to smoother and rounder shapes at the edge, showing the weakening magnetic field.

  • Ryan Wells
    Nov 9, 2022 12:53

    I really enjoyed this image because of how close you were able to get to the ferrofluid. The background and spike contrast brings out the “spikes” and “towers” well. Great job.

  • Isaac Martinez
    Nov 9, 2022 12:52

    The perspective of the spikes is very unique. It almost looks like shattered acrylic

  • Tobin Price
    Nov 9, 2022 12:51

    Nice angle of the ferrofluid! It’s cool to see all the detail of each spike and all of the space that was formed between each one.

  • William Watkins
    Nov 9, 2022 12:50

    I really like the view that shows the separation of the spikes in addition to being able to see how flat the spikes are is very cool.


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