Experimental Css design Cute Indie Clothing & Unique Clothes Macro Photography and 22 Colorful Example Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is that the image projected on the “film plane” is close to the same size as the subject. Lenses designed for macro are usually at their sharpest at macro focus distances and are not quite as sharp at other focus distances. In recent years, the term macro has been used in marketing material to mean being able to focus on a subject close enough so that when a regular 6×4 inch (15×10 cm) print is made, the image is life-size or larger. Enjoy this 22 colorful macro shots. If you enjoyed reading this article, please check out other related articles below: Greater Benefits Of Web 3.0 In Web Designing 13 Photos taken during a week vacation 35 Action Filled Photos Orphicpixel @ #Omantwestival Freebies: 19 Bokeh Hi-Res Photos Knowledge Oman Wallpaper Submission[UPDATED] Isang’s wrath Touched down Home sweet home Behind the black canvas
The Art & Artistry of Richard Amsel (1947-1985): Album Covers The Divine Miss M (2) 1972 Acrylic and colored pencils on board 15 x 14 1/2 in. One of Amsel's most famous and popular pieces. One of the challenges I've had with this site is trying to find sharp, high quality images that best represent Amsel's work. Take, for example, these two images of THE DIVINE MISS M album cover illustration. 19 More Amazing Paintings, Not Photos Easily one of the most popular posts on theMET to date is 19 Amazing Paintings, Not Photos. Over 200,000 people have visited this one page alone and just when we think it has reached its full potential, and breathed its last breathe, it comes raging back. Now that it's almost a full 10 months to the day of this post, I thought I would update it with some new and exciting work. Take a look, below, you'll see how each artist has their own, unique style. Luigi Benedicenti [Via Bernaducci Meisel Gallery] Roberto Bernardi [Website] Lee Price [Website] Eric Zener [Website] Cheryl Kelley [Website] Hilo Chen
Gleb Tarro Photography Let Me Show You Vermont About « bill sharp – paintings When I started this blog I thought I was going to use it as a way of motivating myself to sketch but I’ve found myself drawn back to oil painting. I studied painting and printmaking in college and spent several years working as a studio artist doing expressionist style mixed media and, later, oils and watercolors. I never achieved enough financial success to support my family so I gradually abandoned it as my day job took more of my energy and attention. Though I studied art in college and received a BFA, I never really learned how to paint realistically from life very well. Inspired by the many Drawing and Painting blogs on the web, I’ve been enjoying using this blog to re-teach myself to paint from life. I hope you enjoy what you see here. Click to email me Like this: Like Loading...
Desert Wind Dusk settles on the silent rails of Union Pacific’s LA&SL mainline. A recent e-mail from Orbitz promised cheap airfare to Las Vegas. The wheels in my head began to turn, and soon a plan was formulated to take a trip to the Mojave Desert with good friend Mel Patrick. This post will give a brief glimpse into our week-long trip through California. Uncle Mel surveying the landscape as the sun drops lower to the horizon. The first night we stayed at the Nipton Hotel, a lonely desert outpost on the road to Searchlight, Nevada. West of Nipton, a westward-moving stack train recedes from view under the light of a full moon. The full moon rises over the former Santa Fe mainline on the west side of Cadiz. A short night’s stay in Needles found us trackside again at dawn. Slow-moving westward stack train climbs the long grade to Goffs. An eastward-moving stack train drops down the grade to Needles and the Colorado River. Yet another train.
Graphics Community with Photoshop Contests, Photography and Drawing Contests Ultra realistic paintings on the wall Passing by these amazing 3D paintings will make you almost believe that there are real people standing by the wall. The paintings are made in such a way that you would probably try to touch the girl that’s leaning on the wall or maybe the old lady that’s resting, because they seem so realistic. The most surprising thing is that the artist is only using his bare hands and painting to make such tremendous art happen. You will never think that these human bodies and faces aren’t real, amazing realistic and shocking sculptures.
Josef Kote Landscape Photographs Of Beautiful Roads The road is the way that connects us between two places. Here are few of these beautiful roads photographs. In life everyone including the richest or the poor have from bumpy to smooth roads. Tags: Beautiful Photos, landscape photography, roads More posts by Tajuddin » Author: Tajuddin Hi, Myself from Koppal, love to see interesting photography, interesting blogs and currently working as govt employee.