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14 Jul 2011

abcworldnews

A lemur eats from a refrigerated watermelon to refresh itself in Rome’s zoo, July, 12, 2011. Zoo staff offered animals frozen and refrigerated fruit to refresh them as temperatures reached 104 Fahrenheit. Rome Bioparco Fundation/AP Photo)

abcworldnews

A lemur eats from a refrigerated watermelon to refresh itself in Rome’s zoo, July, 12, 2011. Zoo staff offered animals frozen and refrigerated fruit to refresh them as temperatures reached 104 Fahrenheit. Rome Bioparco Fundation/AP Photo)

23 Jun 2011

orientaltiger:

Performance by Peter Miller in which he took photos of a Polaroid camera in a mirror and created a Polaroid by Polaroid photo of the camera. Watch the performance here.

orientaltiger:

Performance by Peter Miller in which he took photos of a Polaroid camera in a mirror and created a Polaroid by Polaroid photo of the camera. Watch the performance here.

20 Oct 2010

National Geographic International Photography Competition ‘09

15 Oct 2010

Selwyn College » Conference

7 Oct 2010

George Petty

George Petty

7 Oct 2010

The Simple Things (by Amanda Mocci)

The Simple Things (by Amanda Mocci)

5 Oct 2010

via picfor.bildero.net

3 Oct 2010

via www.graphics18.com

25 Sep 2010

Scenes from China - The Big Picture - Boston.com

25 Sep 2010



Tilt-Shifted Thing of the Day:
Art student Serena Malyon adds tilt-shift perspective distortion in Photoshop to some of Van Gogh’s better known pieces in order to create a sense of depth.

To reiterate: Nothing in any of these paintings been added or removed or had its proportions changed. The effect is achieved simply by manipulating the light in the scene and adjusting the areas of the image that are more and less in focus, as you will see.


Tilt-Shifted Thing of the Day:

Art student Serena Malyon adds tilt-shift perspective distortion in Photoshop to some of Van Gogh’s better known pieces in order to create a sense of depth.

To reiterate: Nothing in any of these paintings been added or removed or had its proportions changed. The effect is achieved simply by manipulating the light in the scene and adjusting the areas of the image that are more and less in focus, as you will see.

15 Sep 2010