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Capture your world in 3D.

Capture your world in 3D.

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Magic 360 - JavaScript spin software Bring your products to life with this stunning 360° spin viewer. Using JavaScript, it rotates product images in 360 degrees as if they were real-life. Works on iPad, iPhone and Android. Try another 10 more examples. Never-Before-Seen Images Reveal How The Fukushima Exclusion Zone Was Swallowed By Nature Polish photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski travelled to the site of the Fukushima nuclear disaster last month to see the location with his own eyes. When he obtained permits to enter the roughly 20km (12.5 mile) Exclusion Zone, he was confronted with a scene similar to one from a post apocalyptic film. Podniesinski previously photographed the area around the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Show Full Text “It is not earthquakes or tsunami that are to blame for the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, but humans,” writes Podniesinski on his website.

Make any digital image into a tattoo on a photo This is a quick and dirty way to superimpose just about any digital image so as to look like a tattoo on a photo. Aka- how to know that the tattoo you want to get won't look terrible in the spot you want to get it. I've personally done this for years for both friends and myself as a means for "previewing" tattoo ideas. You'd be surprised at the number of people who had never even considered it! It can also be done as a prank: I am currently awaiting my mother's response to my emailed pictures of the "new tattoo" that I supposedly got this week. It only takes a few minutes and is easily done by even the Photoshop novice! bestSites Photo-Editing & Photo Effects Over the past few years, I’ve been accumulating links to — and experimenting with — various online photo editors and sites for photo effects. There are certainly a zillion of them out there. I finally decided it was time to narrow all the links down into some kind of “The Best…” list, and have divided this post into two sections. The first part lists sites where you can upload your own images and, with no registration required (or, perhaps, in one or two instances, an extremely minimal registration process) easily edit the photo or add effects. The second section lists sites that I’ve specifically used with my English Language Learner students. These sites let you easily grab an image off the web, lets you add add a speech bubble to it, and then gives you a more or less permanent url address for your creation that you can post on a student or teacher website/blog.

360 Degree object photography - NEW 10" Manual Turntable - output to HTML5 and Flash [demo] Object2VR for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux is an application to create multi row QuickTime VR (QTVR) or Adobe Flash 8 and Flash 9 object movies with features such as customizable skins and auto-rotation. NEW for 2011 is the ability to also output your object movies in HTML5 format for viewing on the latest devices including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. See a sample HTML5 movie here The turntable was placed on a photographic table with a white backdrop, curved to continue underneath the turntable.

Broken iron wire fence stock photo. Image of link, backdrop - 15916134 Unlimited Seats (U-EL) This license extends our regular Royalty Free / Editorial license to an unlimited number of seats within the same organization. It is an additional license to the usage included within the regular Royalty-Free / Editorial license that awards rights for a single person within the same company. 10 Photography Apps for Android 10 Photography Apps for Android Giveaway Tuesdays has officially ended! But don't sweat it, WonderHowTo has another World that's taken its place. Every Tuesday, Phone Snap! invites you to show off your cell phone photography skills.

A Photographer’s Journey Through the Heart of UFO Country State Route 375 is a barren stretch of Nevada highway that runs near the top-secret U.S. Air Force installation commonly known as Area 51—a facility believed to be used for experimental aircraft testing, with a busy side hustle spawning theories about aliens, UFOs, and extraterrestrial technology. Rachel, a town on the highway with a population of just 54, manages to do brisk business, too. The Little A’Le’Inn there, according to one of its managers, feeds thousands of (human) visitors a year along what has become known as the Extraterrestrial Highway. The mythology surrounding secret government programs and alleged alien crash sites has created a landscape unlike any other, studded with landmarks and roadside attractions that have become part of the lore of the desert.

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers A Post By: Darren Rowse Lighting can be the difference between a good shot and a great one. Walk into most professional photographer’s studios and you’ll be confronted with truckloads of lighting equipment. To the average hobby photographer it’s enough to make your mind boggle – and for your stomach to turn as you think about the cost of it all. How To Create 360 Degree Rotate Images Find a well lighted work area. The background of the picture should be completely white. To assure that, you should wither use a white surface or enough white papers to cover the area where you put the object onto.Awall or any upright surface might help you want to take a picture of bigger object. Zoom the object like shown in the picture. There should be enough space to every side of the object so that you do not have to change the angle or the zoom of the camera when you turn the object.

A Surreal, Pastel Perspective on the World’s Largest Salt Flat Photographer Navina Khatib’s trip to the world’s largest salt flat—Salar de Uyuni in southwestern Bolivia—in 2011 was a surreal experience. “Everything there is just otherworldly—the smell of sulfur, the profound silence, the thin air, the magical bright colors. When you are in the middle of it, you can turn yourself 360 degrees and see nothing but the horizon,” she says, by email. “It’s a unique and magical place and has stayed with me ever since.” Salar de Uyuni extends over 4,000 square miles in the Altiplano region, nearly 12,000 feet above sea level. Formed from the remnants of prehistoric lakes, it is a seemingly endless expanse of white salt, punctuated by few rocky, cactus-studded outcrops and, occasionally, small piles of salt.

40+ Various High Quality Free Paper Patterns and Textures Resources September 2, 2010 Paper will never leave our lives, no matter how digitized we get. Its potential for beauty is celebrated in many designs today, whether in textures, layers, or other additional effects. These following paper textures and patterns range from the simple to the exquisite, from the crumpled and colored to the wrinkled, faded and nostalgic.

8+ jQuery 360 Degrees Image Display Plugins Just like “panorama” these jQuery 360 degrees Image Display Plugins amazingly can display a 360 degree view of your object/landscape from all angles. (hey – it’s definitely more fun to look at stuff from all the angles!). No Flash player required, this is all done with JavaScript & jQuery. Most of them require a 36 image collation of the main angles of your object/landscape, once you have that it’s easy as pie. Enjoy! In 1900, Photographing an Entire Train Required the World’s Biggest Camera In 1899, the Chicago & Alton Railway company introduced the Alton Limited, “the handsomest train in the world,” to run an express service between Chicago and St. Louis. It consisted of six Pullman cars built in perfect symmetry: every car was the same length and height, and every window identical. A 1901 issue of The Railway Magazine described it as “a train to be looked at from the outside as well as from the inside.” But there was a problem: how could the company capture the train’s exterior beauty in its entirety? To answer this question, Chicago & Alton called on the photographer George R.

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