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My sister, ~Kuthinks and I did another underwater photoshoot with the GoPro my dad recently bought. This is my favorite shot from the day. To see the whole shoot go here -> [link]

Model: ~Kuthinks
Photograph [c] ~Jbeanss
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2/5 of the Fire photographs in the Elemental series.
Shot at Grapevine Lake in Grapevine, TX

In order to achieve the "magic" effect of summoning fire I used a 1 second time exposure while my assistants (in this case my dad and sister) swirled torches around ~DylanMcwow

Model: ~DylanMcwow

Please do not steal, create your own work
[c] ~Jbeanss
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By the time Irene reached CT it was a tropical storm. This was a perfect chance to go to the beach and take pictures. This picture was taken with a GoPro at Waterford beach in CT.
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Brahminy Kite swooping on prey. Taken originally as a video sequence using a GoPro Hero3 camera at 1080p/50fps the kite swooped and took the prey item (a small washed up fish) in the blink of an eye. The camera was set at ultra wide angle and was close to the prey. The bird was used to fishermen on the beach at Brooms Head NSW Australia and was not afraid of the camera 1 meter away. I triggered the sequence from my iPad using the new WiFi facility of the Hero3. Surprisingly each frame was reasonably sharp with no motion blur so I screen-grabbed the frames displayed using Adobe Premier Pro CS6. Using Adobe Photoshop CS6 the jpg screen shots were sharpened slightly and made 300 dpi. The central image, with the kite making first contact with the prey, was used as the background. From the remaining images the bird was selected using the quick selection tool with the edges refined using the refine edge tool. The layers of the bird in flight were named in the sequence as they appeared in the video and placed on the background accordingly. By using the arrange layer button each layer was placed behind the one preceding it; this worked fine except for the central image where I had to erase the parts of the layer that were in front and should have been behind. This was facilitated by making the offending layer transparent so I could erase accurately. In the finished image the bird is not enlarged but the flight sequence is arranged to avoid super-impositions. I though the shadows were dramatic and connected them to the bird selection and erased the connecting pixels. I've done this sort of thing before with motor drive images taken with my Nikon D200 but this is the first time from video frame grabs. It's is a testament to the remarkable qualities of the new GoPro Hero3 camera and was fun to do. It made up for not catching any fish on the beach.
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1/5 of the Fire photographs in the Elemental series.
Shot Grapevine Lake in Grapevine, TX

In order to achieve the "magic" effect of summoning fire I used a 1 second time exposure while my assistants (in this case my dad and sister) swirled torches around ~DylanMcwow

Model: ~DylanMcwow

Please do not steal, create your own work
[c] ~Jbeanss
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The Color Run
Dallas, Texas

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amazing video from ~NettieR
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Sea Foam Green water nymph

Model: ~Kuthinks
Camera: GoPro

Art [c] me, ~Jbeanss
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The Color Run
Dallas, Texas

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amazing video from ~NettieR
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:damphyr: "Rainforest Wash"

Dedicate this to my friend Hikarihayashi. This just remind me of you for some reason.

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:bulletgreen: Model: faestock[link]

:bulletgreen: Forest background: frozenstocks[link]

:bulletgreen: Portal background: AshenSorrow[link]

:bulletgreen: Magic circle: DiZa-74[link]

:bulletgreen: Waterfall brushes: redheadstock[link]

:bulletgreen: Water splash brushes: Romenig[link]

:bulletgreen: Butterfly: Shoofly-Stock[link]

:bulletgreen: Sparkle brushes: redheadstock[link]

:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz:

:earth: My Website | :facebook: Facebook

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Floating rainbow goodness c:

Model: ~Kuthinks
Camera: GoPro

Art [c] me, ~Jbeanss
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