Frostylapse II

Showpiece #306:
Time lapse of frost and ice crystals forming on window.




Video by: Brenda Loewen

Equipment:
– Nikon D7100
Software:
– Lightroom
– After Effects
– Premiere Pro
Music:
On Ensemble – Yamasong (Campagna Remix)
A little more info:
Window frost (also called fern frost or ice flowers) forms when a glass pane is exposed to very cold air on the outside and warmer, moderately moist air on the inside. If the pane is not a good insulator, water vapour condenses on the glass forming frost patterns. The patterns in window frost form a fractal with a fractal dimension greater than one but less than two. This is a consequence of the nucleation process being constrained to unfold in two dimensions, unlike a snowflake which is shaped by a similar process but forms in three dimensions and has a fractal dimension greater than two.
Our opinion:
Another winter fairytale. Cool video.

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