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My first time on shooting from this side of Science World. Now that the Olympic Village is open, I will definitely come back.
My wife and I were shooting at the same location. Have a look at her stream, too.
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I was able to get out after the monsoon for a few pictures. I was hoping for calmer water but averaging several exposures turned out ok.
This is the view from the Cambie Street Bridge in Vancouver, Canada looking east towards Science World.
This was my favorite shot of the night by far. I loved the tone of the reflection and how it showed between the boats. I also liked how there was three levels to the shot. 7 shot RAW processed in photomatix and adjusted in photoshop. The boats were a bit challenging because they shifted through each shot.
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie in Paris is the biggest science museum in Europe.
This is view from the back of the museum looking over the garden and the theatre.
3x1 cropped pano. I might one to get a pano head/setup in the future
A scientist observes a small tadpole...
You can turn the objective lens, and twist both knobs. Check out the videos for the functions!
The seed part is the lime telephone.
My fourth build for the ABS Builder Challenge.
Link to group: www.flickr.com/groups/abs-builder-challenge/discuss/72157...
<3 Another post I had fun with <3
A stained glass mural at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, PA
View of Science World and downtown Vancouver taken from the Olympic village.
Finally a nice day in vancouver! Its been raining and cloudy for weeks. 7 Shot HDR from Science world in vancouver. The reflection in this picture just looked amazing.
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Sunset capture of Glasgow science center. Lovely drifting clouds and lovely colors at the western sky. Fantastic futuristic architecture.This one is shot against north east. Lee big stopper. Edit in silver Efex Pro 2. Spot removal and burning in PS.
The composition for this picture turned out to be terrific, but it was sheer dumb luck that I saw the reflection in this puddle.
The Christian Science Center at Dusk
The science of today, is the technology of tomorrow.
Head: Catwa Ciara
Outfit: Have Unequal (Out now at the mainstore for the Paint It Black Hunt)
Made especially for The Award Tree challenge "Science Friction"
Check out this video: "Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour"
Can you imagine being the videographer of this Space Station piece?
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This is the main Hall of the Science Museum, Kensington London. This is one of the major locations I had missed out on visiting which I put right on my last London Trip. It is a major area for Museum’s being next to the Natural History Museum and across the road from the Victoria and Albert Museum and a few blocks from the Royal Albert Hall. Photography is allowed in the Museum though as usual with no Tripods and no Flash
The picture was taken handheld though resting on a railing with a Sony A700 with a Sigma 10-20 mm lens at 10mm. 3 raw images 2EV spacing processed with Photomatix Fusion Real Estate for a natural look. Noise reduction with Nik Define and more detail with Topaz Clarity. Some tidy up with the heal and clone tools. At this stage I liked the shapes of the ring and the building but found it was too busy with the exhibits on the floor and a lot of people. The solution was Topaz Glow Electric Fibres Preset This was applied with a layer mask in Photoshop and I reduced the effect in the upper levels of the building and removed it entirely from the man leaning on the railing.
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A long exposure of Science World and BC Place made during the blur hour in Vancouver BC.
Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències - Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe
“Science is wonderfully equipped to answer the question "How?" but it gets terribly confused when you ask the question "Why?"”
“In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.”
Science decided to spend her Saturday locked in her room reading, snacking and drinking coffee. A day well spent I think. I was able to sneak in and snap this shot. Had she noticed me, she probably would have thrown her book at me for not knocking. She's a great roommate. -__-
I'm going to force her to have a movie marathon with me later today.
This room is only temporary. I'm in the process of having a 2 room flat built for her. She's not very happy that she's unable to unpack the rest of her posters, books and all her other stuff. She's a bit of a pack-rat.
*I built this little diorama in about 40 minutes, so it's not great. I used cardboard for the walls, scrapbook paper for the wallpaper and a dollhouse window I had laying around. Luckily I had all this stuff laying around so I made a little quick project out of it.
The side table, her bed, pillows and blankets I made a few months ago. :)
***I am NOT a photographer. So this photo is not the greatest. I have no idea how to work with light and all that fun stuff.
Das Universum Bremen ist eine interaktive Wissenschafts-Ausstellung. Die Besucher werden animiert, die meisten der ca. 250 Exponate selbst auszuprobieren.
The Universum Bremen is an interactive science exhibition. Visitors are encouraged to try out most of the approximately 250 exhibits themselves.
Science World is striving to be the hub of science and technology education and communication in BC. Vancouver, Canada.