Monica Luebke Fall Semester 2023 Team Second

Monica Luebke Fall Semester 2023 Team Second

This image depicts a purple rheoscopic fluid flow in a centripetal motion capture, taken with a Nikon D5500 camera and a 18-55 mm lens at a shutter speed of 1/13 to allow for the blurred motion effect. A purple, edible glitter, creates a rheoscopic fluid flow effect, by pouring into a cup of water. Disturbing the water in a circular motion with a straw created the centripetal effect of the flow.

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  • Riley Menke
    Dec 7, 2023 21:49

    WOW, this one is so cool it is almost hard to realize what is happening. I do almost wish there was more highlights but its is still a very good image.

  • Sam Lippincott
    Dec 7, 2023 16:12

    So cool! I love how it looks like it could be a black hole in outer space or some celestial object with rings spiraling and spinning around it. It makes me want to learn more about rheoscopic fluid!

  • Sierra Greeley
    Nov 28, 2023 20:41

    Hello Monica,
    I think this image is so appealing. The way you were able to make the texture so smooth I almost feel like I could reach out and feel it. The focal point of this image is very strong and it helps to drive your eye towards the center.


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