- Ferrofluid abstract photographs

Ferrofluid Abstract Photographs

Using some ferrofluid I decided to have some fun in my studio creating ferrofluid abstract photographs. I created these other-worldly scenes in a petrie dish using glycerine, milk, acrylic paints, food coloring, and ferro-magnetic fluid – in various combinations and amounts.

Ferrofluid abstract photographs

Here is a gallery of photographs showing the results of my experiments:

What is ferrofluid?

Ferrofluid, sometimes called ferro-magnetic fluid, is, in short, a liquid that responds to magnets and magnetic fields. Ferrofluid is made up of extremely fine ferro-magnetic particles (like nano-sized iron filings), coated with a soap-like material called a surfactant, and suspended in a mineral oil liquid base.

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