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Discovering Vancouver by Ryan Emond [video]
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thefrogman:

Discovering Vancouver by Ryan Emond [video]

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fractalized:

Photo by Frank Herfort. Post Soviet Highrise.
Frank Herfort has been criss-crossing Russia for the last four years photographing his long-term project “Imperial Pomp – Post Soviet Highrise”. His images of monstrously massive buildings with an overwhelming presence seem to come from another time and dimension.
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fractalized:

Photo by Frank Herfort. Post Soviet Highrise.

Frank Herfort has been criss-crossing Russia for the last four years photographing his long-term project “Imperial Pomp – Post Soviet Highrise”. His images of monstrously massive buildings with an overwhelming presence seem to come from another time and dimension.

[Source: Domus]

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northskyphotography:

Shining Through by North Sky Photography

northskyphotography:

Shining Through by North Sky Photography

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northskyphotography:

Denali Range by North Sky Photography

northskyphotography:

Denali Range by North Sky Photography

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frogmanslightschool:

As the name of my blog suggests, I am hugely in love with the sky. I love how much it can add to a simple photograph, and very often I will compose landscape images with 80% open sky. The color gradients are fascinating at all times of the day, especially sunrise and sunset.
This image was made from a (very rocky) boat in the North Pacific ocean, off the coast of southern Alaska. The composition is simple, and very indicative of my style. I honestly wasn’t thinking too much about my settings (I was too busy trying not to vomit from seasickness), and was blessed with a beautiful day and a long lens.
In post, I brought up the clarity, contrast and dropped the saturation. I applied a light gradient over the top to create a faded look, and that was it.
Sometimes, the simplest photographs are the most lovely to look at.
Photography by Bex
Find me here: [Tumblr | Facebook | Society 6 | 500px]

frogmanslightschool:

As the name of my blog suggests, I am hugely in love with the sky. I love how much it can add to a simple photograph, and very often I will compose landscape images with 80% open sky. The color gradients are fascinating at all times of the day, especially sunrise and sunset.

This image was made from a (very rocky) boat in the North Pacific ocean, off the coast of southern Alaska. The composition is simple, and very indicative of my style. I honestly wasn’t thinking too much about my settings (I was too busy trying not to vomit from seasickness), and was blessed with a beautiful day and a long lens.

In post, I brought up the clarity, contrast and dropped the saturation. I applied a light gradient over the top to create a faded look, and that was it.

Sometimes, the simplest photographs are the most lovely to look at.

Photography by Bex

Find me here: [Tumblr | Facebook | Society 6 | 500px]

(via northskyphotography)

Image Credit & Copyright: Mike Mackinven

Image Credit & Copyright: Mike Mackinven

Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Mudge

Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Mudge

Illustration Credit: NASA Ames / SETI Institute / JPL-Caltech, Discovery: Elisa V. Quintana, et al.

Illustration Credit: NASA Ames / SETI Institute / JPL-Caltech, Discovery: Elisa V. Quintana, et al.

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(by Alexey Trofimov)

(by Alexey Trofimov)