A silhouette is the image of a person represented as a solid shape of a single colour, usually black, its edges matching the outline of the subject. The interior of a silhouette is featureless, and the whole is typically presented on a light background, usually white, or none at all. Taking silhouette photos is a little tricky technique, and it will take some trial. Silhouette photography requires that we use pure back lighting. The basic idea is that the background will be so bright that it overpowers the foreground.
credit: Luxt Design
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These are photographs of bees collected in National Parks from a variety of separate projects.
Hoplitis fulgida, Grand Tetons National Park
Perdita latior, Arizona Petrified Forest National Park
Leptochilus acolhuus, Key Biscayne National Park, Florida
Sceliphron caementarium, Biscayne, Florida
Augochlorella aurata, Camden County, Georgia
Osmia chalybea, Georgia, Camden County
Agapostemon angelicus, Pennington County, South Dakota, Badlands National Park
Fly, Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming
Megachile pseudobrevis, Fort Matanzas National Monument, Florida
Andrena illinoensis, South Dakota, Badlands National Park
Andrena astragali, female, Badlands National Park, SD
Anthophora affabilis, Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Dufourea marginata, Isle Royale, Michigan
Lasioglossum pictum, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan
Andrena accepta, South Dakota, Badlands National Park
Anthidium maculifrons, Key Biscayne National Park, Florida
Epeolus zonatus, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia
Agapostemon virescens, Kings County, New York
Melecta species, Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming
Dianthidum curvatum, South Dakota, Badlands national Park
Dianthidium concinnum, Pennington County, South Dakota
Nomia universitatis, South Dakota, Badlands National Park
credit: USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Laboratory
Tags: Bee Inventory, bee removal, beekeeping supplies, Flying, flying insects, Insects, insects bees, macro, macro photography, Monitoring Laboratory, national park service, national park services, Photography, research about bees, USGS
In the middle on Rincon Park is the cupid’s Span sculpture. It is over two storeys high, and was created by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. The point of the arrow was purposely buried so as to minimize any violent connotations. It is a perfect place to relax, play with your dog, or chill with friends and enjoy the view on a sunny day.
Tags: arrow, bow, california, Cupids, Cupids Span, Embarcadero, Embarcadero Way, Francisco, park, Photography, Rincon, rincon beach, Rincon Park, San, San Francisco, sculpture, Span, waterfront
Lighthouses came into existence because ships could not see the rocks and other dangers in the water. A lighthouse is a building or other type of construction designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire and used as an aid to navigation. The most widely used materials are masonry, brick, concrete and steel. The first known lighthouse, the Pharos of Alexandria, Egypt, was completed about 280 B.C. It stood more than 350 feet tall until an earthquake destroyed it in the 1300s.
Fire Island lighthouse
Lighthouse at Barrenjoey
Lighthouse at Andenes
credit: Kim Joar
Lighthouse, Whitby, UK
Borden’s Wharf Lighthouse
credit: archer10 (Dennis)
Cape Sharp Lighthouse
credit: archer10 (Dennis)
Lower Lighthouse, Fleetwood
credit: Bob the courier
Warnemunde Lighthouse, Germany
credit: Suomi Star
Light house IJmuiden, Holland
credit: Robby van Moor
Lighthouse at Berlingua Island, Estremadura, Portugal
California Lighthouse in Aruba
credit: Andre Aguiar
Cape Blanco Lighthouse
Lighthouse from the Hurtigrute traditional scandinavian style
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Rolleiflex is the name of line of high-end cameras originally made by the German company Franke & Heidecke. Rolleiflex series was created primary to professional photographers. There are many models of Rolleiflex which have been made since 1929. The style of camera was a sensation and the principle behind it was a real stroke of genius. The most popular model is the 2.8F, the last version which is well finished and popular in the used market.
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Photos of lake reflects sky and trees all over the world. Spectacular shots of Lake Reflections are taken by talented photographers. It can inspire many photographers to make creative photography.
Tags: country, Fall Colors, High Quality Image, images, Lake, Landscape, Landscape Photos, Magic, magic of nature, mountain, Nature, Photography, photos, Reflection, reflection lake, reflection photography, Sunrise, Sunset, water reflection
Grand Canyon is about 200 miles long, about a mile deep gash in the earth. It is located in the northwest corner of Arizona. It was formed during 6 million years of geological activity and erosion by the Colorado River. Author did not manipulate images in any way except to boost the color saturation a bit and to try to sharpen it. Photos was taken in the very early morning or late evening hours when you could capture some stunning images.
Photos by Michael Seljos
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Hedda Morrison was a tremendous resource for images from the latter part of the Republican China years, photographing extensively with a 2 1/4 Rolleiflex Twin Lens (my personal roll film favorite) during her 13 year stay in China (from 1933 – 1946). Coincidentally, she then married into the family of and bears the name of another very famous China photographer; she married George Ernest Morrison\’s son, Alastair in 1946. Besides photography in China, she was also known for a large body of image work in Malaysia and Australia (where she died in 1991). Her husband, generously donated her life\’s work, divided between Harvard University and Australia\’s Power House Museum of Science & Design. All images were found on Harvard Universitys VIA (Visual Information Access) Search Engine. Minor spot and scratch touch up, contrast and tonal adjustments in an almost technically perfect image. Sepia added and then a false duotone.
Young Mother Carrying A Child On Her Back In The Market, Hong Kong Island (1946)
House Interior Showing A Woman At A Brick Stove, A Bucket & A Ladle Made From A Gourd In The Lost Tribe Country (1936)
House Interior Showing Woman With Bound Feet Tending A Stove In The Lost Tribe Country (1936)
Produce & Wares From Shops Along The Sides Of A Typical Backstreet, Western District, Hong Kong Island (1946)
Pedestrians & Vendors On Pottinger Street, A Stepped Street, Central District, Hong Kong Island (1946)
Fisher Families With Junks In Aberdeen Harbor, Hong Kong Island (1946)
Seated Man Amid Baskets Of Fish & Hanging Dried Fish, Eastern Districts, Hong Kong Island (1946)
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Splash photography requires some precise coordination. The results are wonderful and you are going to have a lot of fun. Splash photography is one of the hardest technical types of photography to work with, because of the unpredictability.
Tags: Fruit, fruit splash, Glass, into, into glass, Just, Photography, Splash, splashes
Collection of sunset pictures and photos from around the world. Many people enjoy taking sunset pictures and using the natural subjects in their composition. Beautiful reflections make unique and interesting pictures. Using the sunset as a main subject of a picture or just as an asset will help you achieve some great photographs with a little practice. One more advice, the most beautiful sunset photos are photographed only a few minutes after sunset.
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With good spot and a little bit of photographers sense is creating beautiful photos is so simple.
Tags: Compositions, Humans, Nature, Photography