Zachary Turner – Fish tail in the sink

Zachary Turner – Fish tail in the sink

Co-authors – Ben Clairday, Corey Murphey, Venkata Ramana Murty Durvasul

Watching as two jets of water collide and disperse we can see the characteristics of fluid dynamics. Water was used for this photo and heavily back lit.

Canon EOS REBEL T3, 200mm Focal length, 1/1600 sec. f/5.6, ISO 3200

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  • Riley Menke
    Oct 6, 2023 21:34

    artistically in love with the warm gradient of light. This picture sparks emotion from me and thats the best part. The inspection, discovery, and organic movement feels like a human experience.

  • Corey Murphey
    Oct 2, 2023 13:18

    I really like that you decided to keep the light in the frame of this image. It adds context to what is going on. While there is motion blur in this image, I think that you still did a great job capturing the dynamics in the colliding jets. And I love the aspect ratio you chose for this image. Good work!


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