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Castelluccio di Norcia, 6 Luglio 2011, Nikon D3S+Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8

kosovo landscape, national park sharr mountains

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Landscape with tulips. spring in the Netherlands

   

Newport. South Wales.

Those clouds....Is that not a HAARP effect? Are they busy again? Or is someone warping on a large scale? Who Knows?

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Submitted 21/05/2014

Accepted 19/06/2014

 

Published:

- (China) 19-May-2018

seen in swabia, germany

Herðubreið is a tuya in north-east Iceland. It is situated in the Highlands of Iceland in the midst of the Ódáðahraun desert and close to Askja volcano. The desert is a large lava field originating from eruptions of Trölladyngja. Wikipedia

         

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In an area of Death Valley, spring waters will often flood the landscape dominated by salt flats and interesting geology. On this evening, the sunset glowed with vivid color which reflected in the pools of water.

 

Nikon D800

Nikkor 14-24mm @ 17mm

1/6 sec, f11, ISO 100

3 exposures blended for DOF and exposure

with a texture of Tim in Ohio

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Submitted 06/11/2014

Accepted 28/11/2014

 

Published:

- Express Newspaper Ltd (United Kingdom (Great Britain)) 14-Sep-2015

- Cecile Park Publishing Ltd (United Kingdom (Great Britain)) 21-Sep-2017

Long time since I've posted here, despite the fact that I've never been so busy working on photo-related stuff. One of those things is a project started in 2011, on which I just posted an update on my blog

Please take a moment and read :)

Arches National Park, Utah, USA

Tip Of The Day.

 

For those of you who don´t have photoshop, Gimp is a free software doing similair stuff as photoshop

#2

I read some time ago about the remove a tourist methood,http://www.snapmania.com/info/en/trm/ and figured out that would be a good Idea to use when taking a group photo, when there is always one in each photo blinking and what not, then put the best face of each person all togeather. To do this:

 

-Place your camera on a tripod,

-Have it on the same av and focus for all the shots,

-Then ask people not to move, but they can change facial expressions.

-Take 5 - 10 pictures (depending on how many people are on it)

-Then you can browse through the photos in the computer, and pick the best face of each person. Copy paste the faces part to one photo,some times it´s good to copy the face with some part around it and then use soft eraser to erace out around it.

    

First light over the Canola fields near Harden, country NSW.

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When the Sun Comes from a side, it gives a golden look to the frame and collect the light in one area so you can get more sharp shot.

of all the places I've shot in, I see that the German Meadows are the most amazing because when you find your self in one then you feel like you haven't touch your camera for a long time and the lens in hungry for much wide frames, it's a great experience and happens once.

A fog rolled through the mountains early morning on my trip to Banff, AB

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