Teams Second – Nicole Nageli

Teams Second – Nicole Nageli

A magnet was placed under a dish of ferrofluid, resulting in spikes.
– cropped and rotated to focus on ferrofluid spikes and paint on surface
– saturation higher and blue/green to show color variation and reflections
– brightness increased

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  • Ciaran Rochling
    Dec 15, 2023 11:25

    Hey there Nicole!
    Your group really nailed this setup! I think you did a great job with your color selection as well! I love the little tendrils that poke out. The fingerprint color pattern really amazes me too. The reflections of your light source are amazing. Great job!

  • Abhishek Raut
    Dec 14, 2023 15:57

    Hi Nicole
    The final image looks stunning. The type of dye/color used is really adding to the aesthetics, making the ferrofluid lines visible especially on the right side of the frame where they become almost linear and parallel. It seems to follow the magnetic lines.
    I also liked the lighting, making the highlights on the spikes. And the image has a nice depth of field too which makes almost everything crisp.
    Great work!

  • Riley Menke
    Dec 7, 2023 21:47

    woah i really like the coloring and aesthetics here. The striping is almost more interesting than the magnetic field.

  • Sam Lippincott
    Dec 7, 2023 16:08

    This is so fascinating. Is there no dye/paint in the ferrofluid? It looks like there is but I could be mistaken. It’s very striking and interesting to look at regardless. Beautifully alien

  • Sierra Greeley
    Nov 28, 2023 20:37

    Hello Nicole,
    I like your choice to lean into the blue and green colors for this image. The amount of detail you were able to capture is outstanding. It adds a new texture to the ferrofluid that is not normally there. The purple highlights really stand out to me.

  • Corey Murphey
    Nov 7, 2023 09:08

    I love the colors and the framing of this image. You did a great job editing this image to highlight the normal field instabilities and the textures of the ferrofluid.


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