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Painting the sky – Matt Molloy  stacks his photos to create some beautiful


Halfway between time-lapse, long exposure and HDR, Matt Molloy Canadian photographer is having fun combining his photographs to create some beautiful and surreal skies, inspired by the paintings of the Impressionists. via: ufunk

Tokyo 3705 by tokyoform
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Old Glory can fade, but never fails! [Explored] by Jim Purcell
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<b>Goldfield Ghost Town, Pinal County, AZ Jul 2, 2011 — </b>I shot multiple exposures then converted five images to tiffs using Lightroom. I used Photomatrix to tone-map the HDR image. I spruced-up the image using the plug-in Topaz, and touched-up the image using Photoshop. <i>PENTAX K-5 SMC Pentax DA* 16-50mm ƒ2.8 ED AL (IF) SDM ISO 200-3200, ƒ5.6, 1/50 </i> <a href=“http://www.tucsonphotographer.info/calendar” rel=“nofollow”>Calendar of Events for photographers</a>

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Around the World In 80 Days: United States Of America, Maryland

Southern Maryland Lightning Storm
Photo Credit: (Keith Burke)
Taking In The View
Photo Credit: (Patrick Gillespie)
Blue Bayou
Photo Credit: (Robert Brown)

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The Adventures Continue by Justin Brown
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Now that Disney owns the Star Wars franchise I’m interested to see if they will do more to incorporate the story and characters into their theme parks. They’ve talked about how they’re going to continue making movies, but I can imagine a Star Wars themed land. Something like that is more likely to end up in Florida, where they have more space, but I still think it could be really cool. Based on the popularity of the existing Star Wars rides and events, I imagine it would be a bit hit with fans.