Digitalfotografie
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Digitalfotografie

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In diesen Schuhen möchte ich wirklich nicht stecken.
Credit: Sakir Gökcebag, Guests  2, 2004

In diesen Schuhen möchte ich wirklich nicht stecken.

Credit: Sakir Gökcebag, Guests  2, 2004

Wenn Computer träumen … generatives Design von Eno Henze

Wenn Computer träumen … generatives Design von Eno Henze

Eine schöne Illusion aus gerolltem Papier. 

Eine schöne Illusion aus gerolltem Papier. 

Endlich hat sich jemand mal der Neugestaltung des Hundebeisskorbs angenommen. Die Träger sehen lustig, allerdings nicht besonders glücklich aus.

Endlich hat sich jemand mal der Neugestaltung des Hundebeisskorbs angenommen. Die Träger sehen lustig, allerdings nicht besonders glücklich aus.

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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.
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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison
Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.
“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”
After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.
His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com
We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.

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Stunning Starry Nights of Lincoln Harrison

Victoria, Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison has been taking pictures for just two years. Harrison says his images are created by taking one shot during twilight and then up to 500 shots in complete darkness throughout the night. Harrison says most of his pictures are of star trails and landscapes usually around Lake Eppalock in Victoria, Australia.

“Locations are chosen in pretty much the same way as I would choose landscape locations,” says Harrison. “I just drive or walk around until I see something that looks good.”

After Harrison returns from his night shoot, he processes the image in Adobe Photoshop, stacking the images using the lighten and blend modes, to create his spectacular images. He then adds the twilight image, sometimes shot using HDR (High Dynamic Range) and a combination of layer masks.

His favorite? At the moment Wormhole. You can see more of his incredible images at his website or at 500px.com

We’d like to see your star trails. Send us your photos or post it on our Flickr page.

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Source: lincolnharrison.com

Pinokio doesn’t like to be put to sleep!


Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

Tim Knowles - Tree Drawings (2006)

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oppa gangnam style

oppa gangnam style

wahrlich ergreifende Xenias

Fotografie und 3D Printing perfekt verschmolzen - und das ist mit Sicherheit erst der Anfang

Fotografie und 3D Printing perfekt verschmolzen - und das ist mit Sicherheit erst der Anfang

Source: omote3d.com
Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón

Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón

Oscar Niemeyer
*15. Dezember 1907
† 5. Dezember 2012

Oscar Niemeyer

*15. Dezember 1907

† 5. Dezember 2012