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In this version the sky consists of 64 stacked images. I have used the program "Deep sky stacker". However, I had some problems with it, so I combined the result of stacking with a single image of the sky to compensate some errors in the stacked image. For the foreground, I have made a longer exposure.
Hope you enjoy it!
My Entry into the "forgotten themes" contest.
A Group of Space Punk regulators descend in their M-82 Prototype Skyship unto a group of marauding pirates.
NOTE: This is my FIRST ever Ship.
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I had the great pleasure of meeting up with Giles McGarry and Noel Clegg recently in the UK, the day started with the most amazing mist, but dissappeared as we got near the sea. It didnt really matter that much as the company was brilliant. I had met the guys previously in Brighton last year and once again had a great time and learnt so much. Living where I do in Ireland I pretty much always shoot alone so meeting up with these two guys is fantastic.
I also met Richard Fraser for the first time too and he seems like a really nice fella and has some great work on here. He has uploaded some excellent shots from the day on Flickr already too.
This is Dovercourt Lighthouse in Essex - .I managed to snag this with my last shot of the day just as the sun was going down. Quite a popular spot but I hope that it has a little twist to it.
Again while my nephew was here in town providing chauffeur services while I recovered from my surgery, we hit up the usual "Tourist" spots in downtown Seattle. It truly is rare for us "Seattelites" to make a trip to the top of the iconic Space Needle. Well my nephew wanted to go and I could not resist getting a nice Springtime shot looking towards downtown. The only thing was that Mt Rainer was obscured by the clouds, but that is all right, many other neat things to see.
This is a combination of three images (handheld against the bars of the observation platform) (-2,0, 2) merged and tonemapped in Photomatix. I had to "Paint" some chipped spots on the Space Needle Saucer with the "Clone Stamp" tool. I also removed some dust spots, and did a little "Dodge and Burn" of the highlights and shadows. I sharpened a bit and decreased the luminance of the blues to get the detail in the sky with Lightroom.
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"Negative space" "Crazy Tuesday Theme" "7DWF"
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"Is negative space the space you don't like, or the space that is not there? And if it's not there how can you tell?"
Quote - Emma Bull
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Location: Whole Wheat: maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Moor/56/81/819
Artist, Plensa used transparent mesh to create a visual bridge between Wonderland (previous photo) and the Bow Tower to link art, architecture and society. The artist added two openings to encourage people to enter inside sculpture.
The visitors are taken inside the head of that portrait and looking through the real face at the landscape around them and you are occupying the space of the dreams"----Juame Plensa
I think Seattle can boast that it has the world’s biggest Christmas tree. Alright, it’s not a “tree” per se, but there is a tree made of lights on top of Seattle’s famed Space Needle. The thought of having to hang them makes me very queasy so I try not to think about it.
The Space Needle stands 605 feet tall and weighs 3,700 tons. As you might imagine, the unique structure required some creative construction techniques, including bending three 90-foot, 90,000-pound I-beams to form each leg. The Needle was built to withstand earthquakes and winds up to 200 miles per hour; in such high winds, the structure itself sways up to 1 inch per 10 mph. Three capsule elevators take you up the Needle’s legs to the Observation Deck, which is 520 feet above the ground. During the 43-second elevator ride, you will get a view through three sides and a brief introduction to the structure.
Seattle's Space Needle Among the piece, Sonic Bloom near the Chihuly glass exhbibit
Watching the night sky is always an opportunity to meditate on the bigger picture and realize how small we are in an universe that is so big. The windmills look like space ships ready to take off. A scenery that we could enjoy watching over and over again.
Hope you like it, enjoy!
"Love is space and time measured by the heart."
~ Marcel Proust
... quite a nice saying
The space shuttle Atlantis lifts off Monday May 11, 2009 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Seven astronauts are beginning a 12-day mission that includes the fifth and final servicing of the Hubble Space Telescope. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)Current world News
Space travel via train
Since I've posted many images of what one side of the room looked like, it was a good idea to show you the flip side . Perhaps you could understand how in this open area, I felt confined to one particular corner: it felt safe, yet at the same time, restrictive - which prompted me to enter some interesting creative spaces of my own...
And this is perhaps, a subconscious homage to one of my favorite movies - 2001 A Space Odyssey.
Signalling space from the steps of the rescue box on Holy island causeway during the epic aurora display on the 1st March.
You can't beat the feeling of finally capturing a good one on home soil after so many dark nights spent searching.
The latest shot from the Bubble Space Telescope...
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Intentional Camera Movement and the Great Salt Lake
Floating in time and space.
Underneath the Space Shuttle Enterprise at the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum
The Space Shuttle Pavilion will be open to the general public beginning July 19, 2012.
Was quite the experience to behold this piece of history today.
Best Seen Large...Just click on the photo to see it larger on dark.
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Yes! My first mech of 2011. I used many cool techniques on this that I hope to use in the near future. I think this gives Chris a run for his money!
Hi my friends!!
A new photo for my project: Space.. hope you like it and have a nice weekend ahead!!!
More photos of the same project: Space: that surrounding me
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Space Invaders en Reforma, Ciudad de México. Soy bien fan de estos seres..
Rescatando viejas ilustraciones. o:o
when I try to figure out how to charge for my "cosmic" illustrations ;)).
Ohhh how I hate, hate to be occupied by the money thoughts.....arghhhh
I could illustrate for the kiss of the rainbow or a hug with unicorn but it won't feed me :/..
done in Photoshop.
I made this on photoshop today in my media course in college! We are designing a comic and my theme is in space so i created this. Fairly proud of it my self! Tell me what you think!
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Carring his custom BFG, this captain is feared throughout the galaxy.
The Space Shuttle came to Los Angeles on Sept 21. One of the flbys was very close to where I was. I can't believe I chopped off a bit from the end of the best shot. Anyway, pretty cool to see it so close.
YO DAWG I HEARD YOU LIKE SUITS SO I MADE A SUIT DAWG AND YEAH.
Also it's my B-day today.