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Drop of Ferrofluid
Drop of Ferrofluid
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Stopped Motion III (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: Nikon AF Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D
Location: bedroom
Date: Aug 6, 2006
Aperture: 22
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/200
Galleries: Macro
Date Uploaded: Aug 6, 2006

spikes acheived by passing a disc magnet below the ferrofluid, which is laying on an aluminum plate.

Statistics
Place: 71 out of 212
Avg (all users): 5.8238
Avg (commenters): 7.6000
Avg (participants): 5.8052
Avg (non-participants): 5.8362
Views since voting: 2711
Views during voting: 468
Votes: 193
Comments: 26
Favorites: 6 (view)


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08/15/2007 11:40:21 AM
Insert useless comment here ______________. Hey, that was pretty easy! };>)
08/14/2006 08:20:52 PM
67 percentile for really pushing the limits here... let's say it could have been far worse ;)

i think the photo should jsut have gotten good for looking cool, but those silly dpc-ers actually making criteria for a challenge... pfff, franchement! :P
08/14/2006 03:21:51 AM
glad you explained how you did that...it looks awesome! quite underrated Aleks
08/14/2006 12:47:47 AM
but doesn't the ferrous stuff stay stationary as long as the magnet is under it?
 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/13/2006 01:40:07 AM
What the! This is really cool - marking as a favorite, want to know how you did this, as it's well done. On the short list at the top.
08/12/2006 04:26:19 PM
Wow, very cool. Can't wait to see how you got the spikes in the fluid.
08/12/2006 12:07:30 PM
Fantastic symmetry, and no sign of the camera in any of the reflective surfaces, good stuff
08/11/2006 05:23:24 PM
what the f.....

waya to capture attention it's really great
08/11/2006 03:03:17 PM
Where in the world did you come across the ferromagnetic material... I love this stuff, great idea.
08/11/2006 10:14:27 AM
i could possibly score this higher if i knew what it is and what's going on, but i think it's asking too much for me to google your title and research what is going on here. [and this is one instance where i don't want a pm explaining it]. it's an interesting abstract, to say the least. i also think the background is a bit distracting.
08/10/2006 07:15:39 PM
Very, very cool. I might darken the corners a bit, but this couldn't be much better.
08/10/2006 06:25:43 PM
i had to google this before i scored it. never neen it before, nice
08/10/2006 11:11:24 AM
WoW! 10
08/09/2006 09:29:47 AM
i dont know how to vote on this photo because it looks awesome, but i dont get the sense of stopped motion. Since its fluid it must have motion, but is it so thick it barely moves? hmmm...well after thinking it over I must give you the best score. The fluid looks so silky. Very Well Done. Good Luck!
08/08/2006 06:06:51 PM
This is amazing.
08/08/2006 06:43:48 AM
This is so cool.. I like it.
08/07/2006 05:52:05 PM
Did you make this yourself or where did you get it?
08/07/2006 03:53:07 PM
Very cool and spiky!
08/07/2006 03:35:43 PM
??? This is good. Take an image of something that I don't know what it is, therefore don't know if it's really been captured in a 'Stopped Motion' state or not? Guess we'll find out after the challenge...hope you have something in your notes. Good luck in the challenge.
08/07/2006 02:28:11 PM
10 from me for coolness! I had to get educated about ferrofluid. I want some, now! Well done and interesting shot.
08/07/2006 12:55:08 PM
Nicely done.
08/07/2006 07:09:06 AM
is this for real? wow, whatever it is it looks amazing
08/07/2006 01:36:45 AM
What a really interesting photo! Well done!
08/07/2006 01:26:37 AM
what the heck it that stuff...are you sure it's not from outer space!??
08/07/2006 12:15:11 AM
woah. that's awesome.


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