46 of the most amazing photographs of 2012 2012 has been a great year in it's own way. It may have been full of ups and downs, victories and losses, successes and disappointment (as with pretty much any year). But how ever you've found it. It's still been full of wondrous and wonder. Free eBooks by Project Gutenberg On August 26 2020, the Project Gutenberg website underwent some major changes. These changes had been previewed since early 2020, and visitors to the old site were invited to try the new site, including giving input via a brief survey. The old site is no longer available. If you found yourself on this page unexpectedly, it is because an old page was redirected here. Please use the navigation menus at the top of the page to find what you were looking for.
Domino chain tours the world - and topples a record-breaking 125,000 bricks in the process German team sets world records for 'biggest pyramid destroyed' and 'biggest wall destroyed'127,141 bricks toppled over seven minutes in front of cheering crowd By Eddie Wrenn Published: 10:04 GMT, 27 August 2012 | Updated: 11:29 GMT, 27 August 2012
Lunch on a skyscraper: The history of a famous photograph This is the original glass-plate negative of the iconic photo of construction workers eating lunch on a girder during the construction of Rockefeller Center's RCA building in 1932. Today, those of us who remember using analog cameras remember taking photographs on film — literally a plastic (or, earlier, paper or celluloid) strip covered with a film of light-sensitive chemicals. But once upon a time, when you took a photograph, you took it on a piece of glass. The glass could be as small as 3 inches by 5 inches, or as big as 11" x 17". Originally, each piece of glass had to be dipped into an emulsion of chemicals on site, and the photograph taken before the chemicals had dried — a time on the order of minutes.
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Pictures of Moments Speak More than Thousand Words...... Picture can speak thousands of words. Random pictures of insignificant moments always been the most important and most valuable. Photographers and painters beautifully imprint huge number of events, objects and types. How did we fake photos before Photoshop? Here I'd like to talk a little bit about some of the most basic manipulative techniques used in classic photography. All of these are done in the camera or in the darkroom. A double or multiple exposure can be made either on the negative "in camera," or on the paper, in the darkroom. In camera multiple exposures are elementary and use a tripod, to capture the same scene twice from one position, and basic math, to calculate the final exposure divided by number of frames, for a lesser exposure for each individual shutter click.
Big Spanish Castle Stare at the dot for 30 seconds. Then, without moving your eyes, move the mouse over the image. The image will look like it's in color until you move your eyes. National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus National Geographic is currently holding its annual photo contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on November 30. For the past nine weeks, the society has been gathering and presenting galleries of submissions, encouraging readers to vote for them as well. National Geographic was kind enough to let me choose among its entries from 2011 for display here on In Focus. Gathered below are 45 images from the three categories of People, Places, and Nature, with captions written by the individual photographers. [45 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose:
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