TOKYO-2020 Architecture / Bridges

Tyndall Effect

  • Prize
    Bronze in Architecture/Bridges
  • Photographer
    Adolfo Enriquez Calo
  • Agency / Studio
    Adolfo EnrĂ­quez Sl
  • Technical Info
    1/200, F:11, Iso 500
  • Photo Date

The Tyndall effect is a physical phenomenon studied by the Irish scientist John Tyndall in 1869 that explains how colloidal particles in a solution or gas are visible because they reflect or refract light.When produced, it often leaves excellent photographs and we must be quick to capture them because they last only a few minutes.