This is the railtrack in Abbiategrasso. This has been shot with my iPhone 4s .
The app used to shot the image was HDR Pro, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using Image Blender, Dynamic Light, Decim8 and Phototoaster.
Around the wetlands
SUMMIT COUNTY — This series of images includes some moonrise scenes captured in the willows of the Meadow Creek wetlands. For most of the winter, the scraggly willows aren’t all that much to look at, but when the silvery buds start to swell open it’s a whole new world.
Found this awesome celestial imagery over at NASA and simply had to share it with everyone who drops in here! I
remember seeing the original 1995 image and being in awe of it and in fact not believing that it was in any way real or that a thing like that was real.
Of course I had seen space nebulae images before and had been fascinated for ages with celestial bodies and the like but this was a true standout and now its great to see more images and even more beautiful ones in some ways. Beauty as we all know, remains in the eye of the beholder, but I think this is the kind of thing that would awe just about anyone.
This view of the Eagle nebula combines data from almost opposite ends of the electromagnetic spectrum. Herschel captured longer-wavelength, or far, infrared light, and the space telescope…
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One of the things that I love about being a photographer is having the time to give back to causes that I feel passionate about. Last fall I donated my photography services to an event hosted by the Jennifer Brouwer Design Team www.jenniferbrouwerdesign.com to raise money for Yellow Brick House Markham (my blog post on the event is here.
Jenn’s team spent hundreds of hours of work on the new Yellow Brick House space and did just an amazing job – click here to see a video of Jenn in the space and a little taste of her final design.
This spring I am participating in another event that I feel is just so important to talk about. It is called Not Just Skin Deep, and it is a fundraiser created by a fellow photographer Kelly Gemmell to raise money and awareness for the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund (DCMF).
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