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Whats the best camera you have? The one you have on you. On my drive home from work this morning I travel through a lot of countryside. This morning the sun was just rising and a low level mist was drifting along the ground. As I turned a corner I came across these horses out grazing and I knew I wanted to capture the image, my camera though was at home some twenty miles away. So I used my iPhone, uploaded the images to my PC and tweaked them a little.

Sometimes what you have overrides what you need to capture that moment, don't get bogged down in having all the right "kit". Open your eyes first and the rest will follow.
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In English, The Language monument was built in recognition of the language afrikaans.
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Thanks for looking at my work. :)
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Image shot during my trip to Portugal.
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:bulletblack:NOME DA DEVIATION | The Tower

:bulletblack:PLACE | Maia


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Slightly altered work for a client.
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- By the plane's window, somewhere between France and Poland.

 Photo: 03/2012, Reworked: 01/2013

© Olivier Daaram Jollant 2013. All rights reserved. Not to be used or reproduced without written permission.

From the same series you can see:


*Edit for the D.D: Thanks very much to Arctoa:iconarctoa: for the D.D given today on this picture. And special thanks also to the very interesting group: Abstract & Surreal :iconabstract-and-surreal:
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Created in photoshop.

This document is 6000x2300
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The 2011 Van earthquake was a destructive magnitude 7.2 Mw earthquake that struck eastern Turkey near the city of Van on Sunday, 23 October 2011 at 13.41 local time. It occurred at a shallow depth of 20 km (12.4 mi), causing heavy shaking across much of eastern Turkey and was felt across neighbouring parts of the South Caucasus and Levant. According to Disasters and Emergency Situations Directorate of Turkey AFAD on October 30 casualties are...., and injured are 4152. From the 11232 damaged buildings that have been examined in the region; 6017 have been found to be uninhabitable affecting around 8321 households , with an average household population of around 7.6 in the province, this could mean that at least around 60,000 people left homeless. The other 5215 have been damaged but are habitable

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The NEW Landscape Calendar is now available under 'Art Gifts'.

Location: Rostov-on-Don, Rostovskaya Oblast', Russia.
Equipment: Panasonic Lumix GF3 + 14mm f/2.5.
Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS6 from 3 x 5 RAW panorama.
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a project i did back in 2011
now you can download the original file as wallpaper :)
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A bit unusual picture compared to my recent works. Hope you don't mind. ;)

A tweak of *BoxTail's params - - involving some blur plugins from my Blur Package.

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Musical background: God Is An Astronaut
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Thanks for the Favs :Button: by Circe-Baka
sorry, I did not have time to thank everyone for the Fav's
But I am very grateful to all :heart:
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Paris, France / 2013


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    The Cathedral of St. Barbara is a famous landmark in Kutna Hora and was built in the style of late (Vladislav) Gothic.
    Kutná Hora is a provincial town in the region middle Bohemians. She lies about 70 km to the east of Prague The construction
    of the cathedral refers on the most unusual Gothic constructions of his kind in Central Europe. Like other monuments in
    the city centre, the church stands under the protection of UNESCO.

    Start of construction work of the cathedral was in 1388, by Jan Parléř which was also involved in the planning.
    The cathedral grew very fast and for its building used one the sandstone from the obvious quarries. Due to the Hussite Wars
    and the lack of funding, the construction of the church was often interrupted. Until 1547, little changed on the building, so that
    it always rained inside. Because it lacked Kutná Hora on money, the miners decided that they finish the construction prematurely.
    A mid ship was vaulted. A mid ship was vaulted. In the original project should be at least twice as long cathedral.

    In 1626, the Cathedral of the Jesuits was acquired and rebuilt in the Baroque style. The Jesuits established their headquarters
    near the Cathedral of St. Barbara, which the College was connected through an above-ground passage with the Cathedral.
    Along the facade, you can see the statue of thirteen saints (among others, the patron saint of miners).
    The completion of construction was carried out at the beginning of the 20th century.

    Inside of the cathedral, one experiences by the subdued colour light of the Vitragen, a pleasant atmosphere and perfect acoustics.
    The cathedral accommodates valuable art treasures from different style epochs, under it an altar of the master of the Trinity altar
    who was created about 1480, numerous statues and wall paintings as well as a Gothic choir stalls, preserved in the original.

    Sorry for my bad English!

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    Der Dom der heiligen Barbara ist ein berühmtes Wahrzeichen Kutna Hora und wurde im Stil der späten (Vladislav) Gothic gebaut.
    Kutná Hora ist eine Kleinstadt in der Region Mittelböhmen. Sie liegt etwa 70 km östlich von Prag. Der Bau des Dom bezieht sich
    auf den ungewöhnlichsten gotischen Bauten seiner Art in Mitteleuropa. Wie andere Denkmäler in der Innenstadt, steht die Kirche
    unter dem Schutz der UNESCO.

    Baubeginn des Dom war 1388, durch Jan Parléř, der auch an der Planung beteiligt war. Der Dom wuchs sehr schnell und für
    seinen Bau benutzte man den Sandstein aus den naheliegenden Steinbrüchen. Auf Grund der Hussitenkriege und der Mangel an
    Finanzierung, wurde der Bau der Kirche oft unterbrochen. Bis zum Jahre 1547 veränderte sich wenig an dem Bau, so dass es immer
    wieder hinein regnete. Da es Kutna Hora an Geld mangelte, entschieden sich die Berghauer, dass sie den Bau vorzeitig beenden.
    Ein mittleres Schiff wurde eingewölbt. In dem ursprünglichen Projekt sollte der Dom mindestens doppelt so lang werden.

    Im Jahr 1626 wurde die Kathedrale von den Jesuiten übernommen und im Stil des Barock umgebaut. Die Jesuiten errichteten ihren
    Sitz in der Nähe der Kathedrale von St. Barbara, wodurch die Hochschule durch eine oberirdischen Passage mit dem Dom verbunden
    wurde. Entlang der Fassade kann man die Statue von dreizehn Heiligen bewundern (unter anderem die Schutzpatronin der Bergleute).
    Der Abschluss der Bauarbeiten erfolgte Anfang des XX Jahrhunderts.

    Im Inneren des Dom, erlebt man durch das gedämpfte Farblicht der Vitragen, eine angenehme Atmosphäre und vollkommene Akustik.
    Der Dom beherbergt wertvolle Kunstschätze aus verschiedenen Stilepochen, darunter einen Altar des Meisters des Dreifaltigkeitsaltars,
    der um 1480 geschaffen wurde, zahlreiche Statuen und Wandgemälde sowie ein im Original erhaltenes gotisches Chorgestühl.

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...we prepare to meet the dawn of a new year.
The new year has now started in some parts of the world so here's wishing everyone a happy, prosperous and abundantly creative New Year :happybounce::squee::woohoo:


This is the Central Pier in Blackpool in the UK. I took this picture a few months ago but like a really good wine I've been saving it for a special occasion :D

Don't follow me on Facebook
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Don't follow me on 500px...

.. cos I like it just fine where I am right here :D :D

EDIT: I was completely unprepared for the overwhelming response that I have received on this photo and I would just like to thank one and all for the generous comments, faves and visits and here's wishing you all a Happy New Year.

Thank You

Cluke :D
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La primera de una serie de fotos que tengo pensada, mas adelante dare mas detalles

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Fotografo y retoque: :iconsetzerization: of course
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Segunda de las fotos de una serie que estoy haciendo
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So different... :)
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rm photography
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This is one of my submission variations for the Transformation Challenge.

What programs or tools do you use?
Polymer clay + sculpting tools
Camera (Nikon P330) + tripod
Photoshop CS6
Intuos 4

Where did you find your inspiration for your entry?
For a while I had no idea what to make, that's until I was eating lunch one day and noticed a big nasty bruise on my apple...my idea was born!

How long did it take to complete?
I worked on this piece for about 3 days.

More variations of this entry here: morgansmutations.deviantart.co…
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This was a project from my 2D design class in 2013, based off a picture from the National Geographic website (I couldn't find the picture to re-link here). Each 1" square on the gird had to be a different pattern and was all done in pen. There are a number of squares I would have done differently but being in pen, it was tricky.

Pen on Bristol, about 9"x 7"
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Graphite Drawing from 2013 24"x18" (sorry about the bad picture, it was with my old camera). Reference picture courtesy of my brother :iconchef-jeff:   
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I guess walking with no umbrella on a rainy and chilly night last week was a really bad idea ..so since i got stuck at home pretty much all day i decided to work on some new conceptual shots and the ideas come really easy to me ..the only problem was to make them look the way i see them in my head and after trying a few other things and getting frustrated i came up with this.


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Only Forever by MyLifeThroughTheLensFalling Stars by MyLifeThroughTheLensWhy Does It Always Rain on Me? by MyLifeThroughTheLensThank You by MyLifeThroughTheLensMessy Breakfast by MyLifeThroughTheLens
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I'm back with more Popped Culture, and this time, with stories. Enjoy the painting and the story that goes with it. It's a ready, but there's a payoff to the above image. More to come from Tigger's adventure...

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Tigger took a long sniff of the open air, having been nearly fifteen years since the last time he was able to breath such. Outside of the Ashwood County Prison was a greying seven-foot tall bird, who was not only fatigued from his job, but tired of seeing old friends come and go through the iron-box.

The large bird's name was Owl, and he had run Ashwood's police unit since he could remember. However, Owl had retired ever since a young boy named Christopher Robin went missing. But as the years passed, a deep promise lingered with Owl, and the reason he stood at the gates of Ashwood County Prison was due to that very fact.

Tigger slowly bounces over to Owl, his tail weak and scarred from years of prison brawls. Owl smiles, giving a quick glance at the prison, and then back at the withered, striped giant. “It's been a long time, Tigger. Glad to see you stayed alive in there.”

Tigger doesn't flinch, his jet-black eyes stuck on Owl's oval saucers. He goes to release a feisty rebuttal, but holds it back in, only replying with one question: “Why'd you come here, Owl?”

Owl smiles, but it is not one summoned from happiness. “Oh Tigger,” he says, placing his feathers on the beast's shoulder. “I came here to tell you that we have finally found Christopher.”

. . . 

Hours later, Tigger sits with Owl inside of his tree-carved manor. Tigger looks at the old photos, reminiscing of the younger years spent in Ashwood's vibrant forest. Owl interrupts, as he places a cup of coffee in front of Tigger. Tigger reaches for it, but then combines whiskey from a flask. 

“Still on the juice?” Owl asks, as he watches Tigger close the cap, swooshing and mixing the two liquids together.

Tigger looks down at the bottle, a dark history behind it. He places it behind him, back into his pants pocket. Ignoring the question, he bargains another. “You said you found Christopher? Where is he, Owl?”

Owl sighs, lifting a folder and placing it down in front of Tigger. “I don't know if words would do it justice. Look for yourself, kid.”

Tigger pauses, now not wanting to travel down the rabbit hole. He finally opens the folder, only to find what nightmares are made of inside, displayed through horrific photographs. He quickly closes the folder, pushing it away with his free hand. “It can't be. Goddammit Owl, who did this?”

Owl sits, taking the folder away from him. “We found Christopher's body three years ago. He was twenty five, living alone just twenty miles outside of Ashwood. Kid was suffering from schizophrenia they said, lost contact with a lot of his close friends, eventually dropping down into narcotics. We believe he began selling the dope he was using. Ended up working with some bad people, who worked for even worse.”

Tigger is now pissed, the flask is back out. “Get on with it.”

Owl smiles, knowing Tigger's inner rage. “The friends he was hanging with, worked for your old friend.”

Tigger freezes. An image passes by his eyes. “But he died in the explosion...”

Owl tosses a folder in front of him. On it, the label reads “THE BEAR”

“So you thought,” Owl says. “He reappeared several years after you got put away. We figured he faked his death at the Great Honey Pot Robbery. Word is Pooh and his Pals have made a return, and they're taking out anyone that steps into Ashwood's territory.”

Tigger opens THE BEAR folder, revealing photos of the one responsible for such nightmares. This is no yellow bear he once knew. This is the Devil. He looks back at Owl, closing the folder. 

“So what now?” Tigger says, closing the folder. He now drinks strictly from the flask.

“That's why I released you. I want you to find and locate Pooh and his Pals and take them out one by one.” Owl says, now his eyes as serious as Tigger's. “This job is off the grid, you hear me? You and I are the only intel on it, and it stays that way.”

Tigger sits for a moment, before standing up and making his way to the wooden leaf-shaped door. He pauses, looking back at Owl.

“After all of these years...” Tigger asks as he holds the door open. “Why me?”

Owl smiles, sipping his coffee. “Because hunting is what Tiggers do best.”

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Reitdiephaven Groningen, The Netherlands.

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Singapore Sports Hub opened with a giant bang of a world class fireworks display! Before hand I knew it was going to be something huge so I planned for an epic panorama with the firework show.

Unexpectedly, there was quite a large glow to the right from a golf course which added to the scene immensely..

Hope you like this image as I went about working dutifully on it for the entire night after which I went for a sunrise (a great muddy journey which will be shown sometime in the future!) and came back to work on the image somemore!

Camera Info:
Canon 5d Mk 2 | Canon 16-35 f2.8L Mk2 | ISO 400 |  f 13.0 | focal length 35mm (9 tile, 4 exposure Panorama digital blended)

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Jersey City, USA / 2014

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While most are comfortably asleep. I work the shadows and feel most alive.

As far as I know.. this image is the first star trail taken in Singapore's very light polluted Marina Bay..

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Canon 5d Mk 3 | Canon 8-15 f4L Fisheye | ISO 400 | f 8.0 | focal length 15mm (3 tile, 4 exposure vertorama and 91 image stack for the stars at iso 100, 61 secs, f8)

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As an initiative to make my works more exposed and for you, the viewer to have a more easier experience, I have created a facebook page for my photography.

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dubai skyline .. sorry for the quality, it was taken with an underwater camera inside the pool :(
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Model > Ines

Stylisme > Ines & me

Shoes & make up > me
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Model > Stéphanie

Hair > Sonia

Make up > Me

Stylisme > Me
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Model > Pia > [link]

first shoot with Pia :D

Make up > me > ricchy > [link]
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photo: R.B. Photography
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make-up, styling, retouch: Myself
corsett: Fantastic Rubber


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More EQ commissions~ :D I am pretty happy with this one. It just seemed to all fit together...

Credits:
Faewyn by :iconadiene: and RebelMommy
Lots of Damapro props
RDNA for grass and foliage
Didimc for the background
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I strongly discourage traditional re-creations of my work, it is not intended to be used as reference.

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On valentines day.

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Canon 5d Mk 3 | Canon 16-35 f2.8L Mk2 | ISO 50 | f 14.0 | focal length 16mm (multiple exposure digital blend image. Sky was actually shot during before the blue hour but since it was really dark (stormy) it was easy to match it to a night scene.)

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View of San Francisco from the North Bay, more specially from the Marin Headlands located in Golden Gate National Park. HDR composite from multiple exposures.

You can download the same image without watermark directly on my website for free stock photos: freestock.ca/americas_g98-san_…

This picture is also available for download at 5000 x 3333 px for a small premium of 50 points. Most everything else including my stock rules remain the same, except this premium download gives you access to a much larger version of the picture without watermark.

Stock rules here: somadjinn.deviantart.com/journ…
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Yesterday morning we wanted to shoot Golden Gate early in the morning with Guillaume Desachy from a different perspective. We did about 30-45 min hike early in the morning to get to the point where we could see the bridge from a straight angle. I actually liked this slight unparallel view more showing the towers of the bridge elegantly...This is a single photo taken with Nikon D800, 70-200mm lens at (200 mm), f/10, Iso 160, and shutter 8 seconds.I used Lightroom and Photoshop to enhance the contrast. 


thank you very much all, for your comments and faves... 


Chicago, Red walk by alierturkShanghai, the vessels by alierturkMunich, Candidplatz by alierturk
Antelope Canyon by alierturkArches National Park, Arc of Delicate Arch by alierturkArizona, Antelope Canyon, The Ring by alierturk

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Downtown Vancouver, Lions Gate Bridge, and Stanley Park in the fog at dusk.
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