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Snowflake prints available at artist website by ChaoticMind75, visual art

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Snowflake photographer from Moscow, Russia. Published by NASA, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Daily Mail, The Week, Esquire, The Huffington Post, Fox News, NBC News, USA Today, and many other offline and online sources.

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Full resolution downloads at Patreon by ChaoticMind75, journal

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My snowflakes as digital downloads available on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/alexeykljatov Here you'll find full-resolution snowflake photos, saved with lossless compression; isolated crystals on transparent background, created with precise hand-drawn masks; 4K wallpapers; vector versions; behind-the-scenes photos and descriptions; early previews of my upcoming works; unusual and interesting, but still not published, snowflakes from vast source archive.
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Don Komarechka. "Sky Crystals: Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes" - snowflake photography book This book written by my friend from Canada, professional photographer Don Komarechka (Website, Google+, Flickr). This excellent 9x9" size hardcover book, containing 304 pages, along with fantastic snowflake photography, will detail the science, photography techniques and even delve into why we find snowflakes beautiful. "The book contains all of my snowflake images, and will detail every photographic and editing technique used in their creation – and I encourage you to try it for yourself! The book also contains all of the science and p
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How to take closeup images of real snow crystals with simple optical add-on for compact camera? In this article, you'll find detailed description of shooting and photo processing techniques, scheme of optical add-on, snowflake pictures gallery, tips and tricks, useful links: Snowflake macro photography
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Thanks for adding me to your watch! I really appreciate it!

Jesus Christ dude, just saw your article on macro snowflake photography, that was insane, good job mate!
wow.  How do they not melt?even breathing on them might compromise their structure!
thanks for FAV :)
Saw this, and thought of you. Hope it is available to view in your country. It is a soap bubble, freezing over.
youtu.be/OzeqQlP6ySk