Team Second Photo – Hannah DelGuercio

Team Second Photo – Hannah DelGuercio

I took this photo using the Canon EOS M50 Mark II (F/5.6, Shutter Speed 1/40, ISO 3200). The method used to create this photograph was acrylic paint pouring. The basic methodology used is to pour paint into a plastic cup, ensuring that laminar flow is used to prevent the paint from mixing. Then the cup is quickly flipped onto the canvas such that no paint spills out. The cup is then lifted, and the paint is allowed to spill over the canvas. The paint doesn’t mix because the Rayliegh-Taylor instability. Additionally, coconut oil was used to chemically mix the paint once it had spread over the canvas.

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  • Ben Clairday
    Dec 15, 2023 10:28

    Really cool image. It seems like there are multiple scenes taking place within this marbling masterpiece.

  • Riley Menke
    Dec 7, 2023 21:43

    Hannah, I really like how wide your frame is here, it gives is a very abstract feeling. Great work!

  • Rachel Marbaker
    Dec 7, 2023 10:19

    fantastic marbling appearance – I love the way droplets are preserved in the color layers

  • Sierra Greeley
    Nov 28, 2023 20:34

    Hello Hannah,
    I think that your entire groups images turned out beautiful and I think the different takes on the experiment are really cool. I like how your image ended up being a bit darker than the others it almost looks like the deep sea. I also think that the way you chose to crop the image enhances the image because you were able to capture so many different patterns.


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