Shifting Bubbles- Get Wet 2023

Shifting Bubbles- Get Wet 2023

2023 Get Wet

For this assignment, I was originally going to take a picture of some dish soap bubbles in a mug. I started by pouring some dish soap that was diluted with water into a mug, before adding more water so that the bubbles would rise to the top. I then started to play with the concentration in order to get different sized bubbles. As I was trying to get bigger bubbles I noticed that there was a lot of movement within the bubbles, so I decided to take a video instead. I took multiple videos, but I thought that the one posted above was the most interesting due to the large empty space, which I didn’t see in any of my other attempts.

The video was shot on an iPhone 11 Pro

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  • Sam Lippincott
    Dec 7, 2023 15:20

    Dang this is nnice! I love how minimal the colors are and the repeated forms make it very easy to look at. If I had tryptophobia this would certainly be harder to look at!

  • Ari Matrajt Frid
    Dec 1, 2023 18:35

    The way the bubbles pop is very satisfying and looks cool. It also shows the fluid physics you were trying to showcase, so it works very well

  • Nicole Nageli
    Sep 19, 2023 05:02

    Hi, Maddie! Something I didn’t mention during the critique is that, even though your composition and color choices are more gray/white and nicely minimalistic, the iridescence of the bubbles, before they pop, brings great colors into your video!


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