Midnight Sapphires by Justin &...

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Midnight Sapphires by Justin “Ginsu” Grimm



Press “M” for full sized image. Prolonged temperatures of -20 and lower this winter allowed for these interesting ice crystals to grow along the shores of Lake Louise, and they took on multiple different forms. Some resembled sharp needles, others were soft feathers that waved in the slightest breeze, and there were even a few larger structures that looked like Roses. I typically avoid shooting a tourist hub such as this, but the incredibly interesting hoar frost was too much for me to pass up. Even though this lake is packed shoulder to shoulder during the day, I was the only one out here through twilight and into the night as I captured images. Maybe normal people don’t find standing out in the dark in -30 degree weather comfortable? All I know is that I felt like the only person on the planet while lying in the snow shooting this cold and silent night…..except for one tiny detail…. The MASSIVE GLOWING HOTEL behind me, which might as well be called a lighthouse! This sheer amount of orange light that gets thrown off of it at night is impressive. Not only unnaturally illuminating the near foreground, but even the mountains in the distance. To overcome this photographic obstacle, I used images from multiple different times throughout my shooting session to build the final result you see here, never once moving my camera. This is technically an impossible image to capture with a single frame because of the hotel shaped beacon, but I feel it does a much better job reflecting my experience while shooting this cold, moonless, sapphire-lined night. Thanks for looking! ***My new website is currently under construction. If you are interested in learning how I create images like this, please send me a direct email. justingrimmphoto@gmail.com *** ***This image has been highly rated as a 22/8 on the Ginsu sharpness scale. THE standard unit of measure when it comes to determining modern age image quality***


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Midnight Sapphires by Justin “Ginsu” Grimm Press “M” for full sized image. Prolonged temperatures of -20 and lower this winter allowed for these interesting ice crystals to grow along the shores...

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Before the Storm, Duluth, Minn...

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Before the Storm, Duluth, Minnesota by Likehe_Zen



I was reading some photographer’s blog, he says that the selective coloring is out of style. But I think it really depends on the situation, I think it worked quite well here. I hope you will enjoy it. Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful Sunday. Press M for full screen view!


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Before the Storm, Duluth, Minnesota by Likehe_Zen I was reading some photographer’s blog, he says that the selective coloring is out of style. But I think it really depends on the situation, I think it worked quite...

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Shy by Miki Macovei

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Shy by Miki Macovei



Model: Theresa Available light © Miki Macovei


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Shy by Miki Macovei Model: Theresa Available light © Miki Macovei Miki Macovei: Photos

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Morning dreams… by Krzys...

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Γαλαξίας by Stergos Skulukas...

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Γαλαξίας by Stergos Skulukas



The Greek name for the Milky way (Γαλαξίας Galaxias) is derived from the word for milk (γάλα, gala). One legend explains how the Milky Way was created by Heracles when he was a baby. His father, Zeus, was fond of his son, who was born of the mortal woman Alcmene. He decided to let the infant Heracles suckle on his divine wife Hera’s milk when she was asleep, an act which would endow the baby with godlike qualities. When Hera woke up and realized that she was breastfeeding an unknown infant, she pushed him away and the spurting milk became the Milky Way.
This photo have only different iso setting from my photo Timeless 500px.com/photo/94832103/timeless-by-stergos-skulukas?from=user_library, became Editor choise few months ago. Hope you like it :)


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Γαλαξίας by Stergos Skulukas The Greek name for the Milky way (Γαλαξίας Galaxias) is derived from the word for milk (γάλα, gala). One legend explains how the Milky Way was created by Heracles when...

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12. Fact: Quick change in weat...

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12. Fact: Quick change in weather conditions by Cludes Tomato



Hi Guys! Here is my last fact why travelling in winter times to iceland will simply blow your mind. I would like to close my Iceland winter series with my personal favourite shot. I actually plan going back to Iceland in Mai 2015, so lets see what facts I will find for spring time :-) 10. Quick change in weather conditions – in my opinion the best photography conditions are after rain, snowfalls, blizzards and storms. I promise you that you will find these conditions in iceland. Especially during winter times conditions are changing very fast. Never stay in the in the hotel waiting for better weather conditions (of course, if there are no bad weather warnings!!!) , the weather will change rapidly so get you gear out if you want to catch dramatic skies or turn your shot into something unique. You can find all my other facts here:
1. Fact: WINDSTORMS
2. Fact: ICY WATERFALLS
3. Fact: AURORA BOREALIS
4. Fact: ICE CAVES
5. Fact: LIGHT CONDITIONS
6. Fact: LESS CROWDED
7. Fact: LOWER PRICES
8. Fact: NOT AS COLD AS YOU MIGHT THINK
9. Fact: STILL CAN SWIM OUTSIDE IN WINTER
10. Fact: DIFFERENT LOOK
11. Fact: ICELANDIC HORSES
12. Fact: QUICK CHANGE IN WEATHER CONDITIONS If you like my shots you can find some more on: my HOMEPAGE


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12. Fact: Quick change in weather conditions by Cludes Tomato Hi Guys! Here is my last fact why travelling in winter times to iceland will simply blow your mind. I would like to close my Iceland winter series with my...

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Edge of today by Roni Hendrawa...

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Edge of today by Roni Hendrawan




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Moraine Lake by Brian Krouskie

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Moraine Lake by Brian Krouskie



Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Currently my favorite place on the planet.


Brian Krouskie: Photos

Moraine Lake by Brian Krouskie Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Currently my favorite place on the planet. Brian Krouskie: Photos

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Desert love by Otto Hütter

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Desert love by Otto Hütter



This image has only on black background a good performance !!!
Please see on black background or hit “M” to enlarge !!!!!
Thank you for your visit !!


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Desert love by Otto Hütter This image has only on black background a good performance !!! Please see on black background or hit “M” to enlarge !!!!! Thank you for your visit !! Otto Hütter: Photos

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Le Four, phare de la mer dR...

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Le Four, phare de la mer d’Iroise by fabricerobben fabricerobben



“Copyright” || ® “All rights reserved” || 2015 Ma page persoFACEBOOK
La page du collectif : BREIZHSCAPES Ma gallerie FLICKR


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Le Four, phare de la mer d’Iroise by fabricerobben fabricerobben “Copyright” || ® “All rights reserved” || 2015 Ma page persoFACEBOOK La page du collectif : BREIZHSCAPES Ma gallerie FLICKR...

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St. Anna Chapel by DF Photogra...

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St. Anna Chapel by DF Photography



St. Anna Chapel in Moonlight
View on Black & Click M Happy Weekend To All :-)


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St. Anna Chapel by DF Photography St. Anna Chapel in Moonlight View on Black & Click M Happy Weekend To All DF Photography: Photos

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Муза by Дмитрий Рогожкин...

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Муза by Дмитрий Рогожкин



Фотограф – художник О себе:@ vk.com/r_di_photo @ skype: RDi7 @ Группа:vk.com/club32689939 @http://instagram.com/d1mancrf/ @ facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006853113053 @ 1x:1x.com/member/dima @ 35photo:rogozhkin.35photo.ru/ @ 500px: 500px.com/d1mancrf


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Муза by Дмитрий Рогожкин Фотограф – художник О себе:@ vk.com/r_di_photo @ skype: RDi7 @ Группа:vk.com/club32689939 @http://instagram.com/d1mancrf/ @ facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006853113053...

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