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Title: Liquid surface by reflection Schlieren

Description: Reflection Schlieren photography is not a very often seen application of imaging by the Schlieren technique. In this case the surface of a liquid acquires a topography of hills and valleys forced by warm liquid rising and cool liquid sinking. Made in the High Speed Photography lab of the Imaging and Photographic Technology department at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Credits: Andrew Davidhazy, School of Photo Arts and Sciences, RIT


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Contributed By: Andrew Davidhazy

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