Andie by Sylvio Testa

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Andie by Sylvio Testa

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Andie by Sylvio Testa Sylvio Testa: Photos

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***Water*** by Joachim Bergaue...

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***Water*** by Joachim Bergauer www.bergauer.cc Joachim Bergauer: Photos

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Only Now by Lars van de Goor

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Only Now by Lars van de Goor

Several times I discovered that all of a sudden an image of mine went from public to private mode and therefore invisible for the public. Make sure you regularly check under managing photos if the amount of all photos and public are the same. Some people think the rays in my images are not real. I often ask them if they are willing to take a bet. Unfortunately they don’t 🙂
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Only Now by Lars van de Goor Several times I discovered that all of a sudden an image of mine went from public to private mode and therefore invisible for the public. Make sure you regularly check under managing photos...

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Wishful Thinking by Herman van...

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Wishful Thinking by Herman van den Berge

A colorful Milky Way hanging above the mills of Kinderdijk…..wouldn’t that be something. Unfortunately ideal circumstances for such a wonderful sight are not met at this location because of the light pollution in our small country. This (revamped) image shows how it would look if perfect conditions were met. So, this is a composite of 2 different shots blended together but taken at different locations. Best viewing experience on black (click image or press “M”). Facebook : www.facebook.com/hermanvdberge.photography
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Wishful Thinking by Herman van den Berge A colorful Milky Way hanging above the mills of Kinderdijk…..wouldn’t that be something. Unfortunately ideal circumstances for such a wonderful sight are not met at...

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The Grand Lady by Timothy Poul...

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The Grand Lady by Timothy Poulton

The cast iron Cape Palliser lighthouse has stood on the cliffs here since 1897 – and she’s still shining strong. Climb the 253 steps to see her up close. And spare a thought for the early lighthouse keepers who had to haul oil and kerosene cans up a dirt track before the steps went in!

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The Grand Lady by Timothy Poulton The cast iron Cape Palliser lighthouse has stood on the cliffs here since 1897 – and she’s still shining strong. Climb the 253 steps to see her up close. And spare a thought...

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Bluetiful Jay by Andre Villene...

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Bluetiful Jay by Andre Villeneuve

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Bluetiful Jay by Andre Villeneuve Andre Villeneuve: Photos

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sunset at taft point. yosemite...

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sunset at taft point. yosemite. california. by Tanner Wendell Stewart

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sunset at taft point. yosemite. california. by Tanner Wendell Stewart Processed with VSCO with m5 preset Tanner Wendell Stewart: Photos

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The call of Arctic by Daniel K...

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The call of Arctic by Daniel Kordan

Arctic calls. Far there beyond the ocean only Arctic lays. It brings snow storms and cold winds to Lofotens.
D810 + 14-24 focus stacking, lucroit gnd soft 4 stop filter.
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The call of Arctic by Daniel Kordan Arctic calls. Far there beyond the ocean only Arctic lays. It brings snow storms and cold winds to Lofotens. D810 + 14-24 focus stacking, lucroit gnd soft 4 stop filter. Danielkordan.com...

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Look on the opposite side of t...

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Look on the opposite side of the Tre Cime. by Johannes Hulsch Johannes Hulsch: Photos

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A Sense Of Depth by The Narrat...

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A Sense Of Depth by The Narratographer

Sensing depth in an image is not too dissimilar to sensing depth in a person, it all depends on where you’re standing. Perspective is everything and whilst we can all shoot the very same image from the same place, not all images give you a sense of actually being there. That is what I tried to achieve the other day at Portland. I only have one image to post, but it took several in order to make it. I applied a technique known as ficus stacking, whereby you take a series of images with differing focus points from the immediate foreground to the furthest reaches of infinity. This way, you overcome your cameras potential limitation in depth of field. Due to this image having a great amount of depth (distance between the immediate ledge and the sky), I wanted to ensure that everything was pin sharp and to accentuate the feeling of being there. Of course, I was helped along the way with an enormous amount of luck. This truly was one of the best sunsets I have ever witnessed and I was lucky enough to be there at the time. I also was joined by another photographer who spoke with a deep, Devon accent and due to this and the howling breeze, all of our conversations were broken and difficult. Still, I am happy with this image. It has something that I feel many of my images lack, the feeling of every dimension being realised. I hope you like.

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A Sense Of Depth by The Narratographer Sensing depth in an image is not too dissimilar to sensing depth in a person, it all depends on where you’re standing. Perspective is everything and whilst we can all shoot the...

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bloom by Tiger Seo

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bloom by Tiger Seo

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Ludmila by Galina Tcivina

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Ludmila by Galina Tcivina

Ludmila

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