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Blending Day and Night into a Single Photograph

  With over two decades of professional experience, photographer Stephen Wilkes is well known for his fine and commercial photography. With countless awards, honours and five major exhibitions in the last five years alone, it’s very possible you’ve already come across...
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Vertically Sliced Timelapse Photos of Buildings at Sunset I Richard Silver

  Richard Silver is a professional photographer born and raised in New York City. In his ongoing series entitled New York Sliced, Silver takes about 25-30 photos of a single building over the course of approximately 1.5 hours. The photos are taken at sundown and Silver has...
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Historic Moments Blended Into Present Day Situations – Know Where You Stand I Seth Taras

  Seth Taras is an award-winning artist and photographer from the United States. Back in 2004, Taras created a campaign for the History Channel entitled, Know Where You Stand. The campaign blends historic moments into present day situations. From the famous photo of Hitler...
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10 most visited cities in the world

  Where you will spend your vacation ? the same question every year! Here’s the most 10 cities visited in the world: 10. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 6,81 million tourists. 9. Istanbul, Turkey, 7.51 million tourists. 8. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 8.11 million tourists. 7....
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Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever II

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Photo of the Day – Mexico City I Pablo López Luz

  Photographs by Pablo Lopez Luz 1. 2.   [Photographs by Pablo Lopez Luz]
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The Black Marble: Earth at Night

  On December 5th, 2010 scientists unveiled an unprecedented new look at our planet at night. A global composite image, constructed using cloud-free night images from a new NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellite, shows the glow of natural...
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Skyward Photos Capture Hong Kong’s Architectural Verticality I Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze

  Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze is a French graphic artist with a Masters in multimedia and art from East Paris University. His interest in photography began during his period of working in Los Angeles and Tokyo, and subsequently blossomed into a passion after his arrival in Hong...
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Takes Photos of Buildings and then Uses the Sky as His Canvas I Thomas Lamadieu

  In an ongoing series entitled Sky Art, artist Thomas Lamadieu aka Roots Art, takes photos of buildings and cityscapes wherever he travels. Many of his images point skyward using a fisheye lens. He then uses the sky in each photo as his canvas, filling it with illustrations...
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This Timelapse of Clouds Looks Like Rolling Ocean Waves in the Sky

    In this remarkable timelapse by Alex Schueth, we see Undulatus asperatus clouds rolling through Lincoln, Nebraska on July 7, 2014. The clouds look like rolling ocean waves in the sky and the effect is greatly enhanced when viewed as a timelapse. Be sure to change...
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Architecture before AutoCAD

  Before AutoCad, there was… This was my workplace from August 1970 until 1984 when a new office was built and we were all trained in CAD (Computer-aided Design) E. Keeler Co., Williamsport, Pennsylvania USA – June 1980 –Tom Bower    
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Lumion 5.0 Preview

  Lumion 5.0 will be availabe from November 3, 2014 123 new materials, such as metals, stone, plastic and leather All materials are now more realistic, using Physicaly Based Rendering Improved Materials Interface makes editing easier. For an improved workflow: faster default...
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