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Explore Jul 1, 2009 #184

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Thanks in advance for your visit and comment!

Welcome to visit my tumblr: sunrisedawn.tumblr.com/

  

I discovered that while many photographers think alike when it comes to equipment and chemistry, there are seldom two who agree on anything when it comes to what constitutes a good image.

- Peter Adams - Lenswork - Feb-Mar 2002, page 60

  

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● Non-HDR-processed / Non-GND-filtered

● Black Card Technique 黑卡作品

2nd Place - 'Abstracts' - 2015 Rockton Worlds Fair

Modern Sculpture(?) in a window Store with reflections of the Street.

Shot Rue du Mail - 75002 Paris - France -

The ceiling of the Sagrada Familia - which reminds me of something out of Alien.

Basically, I love photography - and travel. You could say I travel to take photographs and take photographs to travel.

Sony a77 + Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro

A lifting morning fog caresses the wind generators as they look like giant aliens marching across the fields.

Happy Windmill Wednesday!

This is my edited version of bubbles.* ™'s photo.

 

Original Photo

I did this for the Process my photo (not better, just different) Group (Week 5))

 

Atif (Xploiter ™) (Edit Version) © All rights reserved.

 

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I m Too Confuse that which one post on top :(

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This photograph is copyrighted and may not be used anywhere, including blogs, without my express permission.

342/365, 8th December 2009

More lightbox fun. This is a physallis fruit in its papery pod on a lightbox and then inverted in PSElements. I was going to post the more realistic one (below) as my main image but my family all liked this one better. Actually, I quite like it too - you've got to have fun with your photography sometimes!

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EXPLORE, #14

 

Happy bokeh Wednesday!

 

Thanks to colonial1637 for tellin' me the name of this flower :-D

 

Listening:

Urban Symphony - "Randajad" (Estonia, Eurovision 2009)

Chicago Alien Lampost

 

From BostonPeter: "I glow in peace."

I'm working on it, and this WIP uses a new technique for the body that I've never seen and never expected before.

Nono, just joking. And why would somebody want to abduct aliens anyway. ;)

Creature spotted stalking the ship hallways on the Soundproof Field Trip.

Explored!!!! :)

 

Just in case you were wondering where I have been ;) Hope you guys are enjoying your weekend!!!!

original shot - no post prodution

 

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This is the weirdest thing that's ever happened to me with a camera.

 

I pulled over to take pictures of a gorgeous but weird sunset last night, did HDR bursts, and then took them home and put them in Photomatix and they ALL looked like this.

 

I later realized the weird colors in the sky screwed up my white balance, but I.. kind of like this odd result.

 

Can't say I've ever seen a picture that looked like this that wasn't horribly overprocessed.

 

Love the grass.

They landed last night and the beagles chased them off, watch out everyone they are out there....

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYHeZCEFwhI&feature=email

 

Hope you get a laugh and have a great day.

I don't know, But this flower looks to me like some kind of an alien monster from the movies.

Taken at the canopy (used at Jewish weddings).

 

People please no invitations and group tags!

Alien Beauty.

 

Jellyfish may be venomous, but they are have strange beauty

 

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I keep trying lots of shots out at sunset, this first shot I cheated a bit and left the flash on, I liked the fact that it just caught a small part of the Alien.

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So, what's for dinner, Professor? ;)

  

Metallic Starlings, San Diego Zoo.

The Monterey Bay Aquarium is definitely one of the best on the west coast, and probably in the US too. And the jellyfish exhibition is a must see. There is something beautiful, elegant, and yet alien, about these creatures that it is impossible not to look at them in wonderment.

 

A single RAW file processed with Topaz Adjust

 

Explore Highest Position #355; August 28, 2010

Made me think of an alien abduction when this shot came out on the monitor. But they're just street lights...not a UFO! :-)

 

dailyphotoblog.net/daily-photo/2013-12-dec/alien-lights/

I can't lie to you about your chances, but … you have my sympathies.

Cast a lizards eye on black.

Some kids had chalk markings on the road - just playing around.

 

I know this will not appeal to many - but I hope someone likes it.

True Oddity of Nature.

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