Archive for the ‘ Photography ’ Category

LA Light

via Colin Rich on Vimeo

The Mountain

via TSO Photography

Dark Side of the Lens

Cameras help me translate interpret and understand what I see. It's a simple act that keeps me grinning via Astray Films on Vimeo

Volcanic Magic

green, grey and blue

“Magma from the mantle intruded the deep crust and cooled slowly. Pyroxene and olivine started to crystallize from the magma. Since these where heavier than the surrounding magma, they sank to the bottom of the magma chamber where they became layered. Later, the remaining melt intruded higher levels of the continental crust, where it cooled and crystallised as tønsbergite, larvikite or lardalite. Some million years later the rock was carved and polished by glaciers during the ice age.” via

Brilliant Macro Photography

halcyon-daze:

Refracted Daisy (via Steve took it)

Kingfisher Diving

Kingfisher diving ( via Nat Geo)

The PEN Story

Stormy HDR

photoholic:

crw/12803 (via papposilene)

Spider Lizard

Spider Lizard

Spiderlizard!

Powers of Ten (via Vimeo)

HDR photography

For the last one year or so I have been completely fascinated by HDR photos and the dynamics behind them.On my recent trip through Europe I decided to try it out with my camera and see how it went. I got a lot of good results. A few bad ones but mostly good. Here is the gallery of the HDR pictures I've compiled over time.

MessGriffith ObservatoryChinese TheaterUnion StationUnion BagelSt Pauls Kensington PalaceBath AbbeyScottish HillsLoch LomondInverary CastleStonehenge CountrysideOld SarumWocester College QuadWocester CollegeRadcliffe CameraChristchurch College Scottish ChurchOxford MeadowBruggeBeholdRodin HouseEiffel Tower
HDR a set on Flickr

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