Infrared Photography is capturing unseen light that shows unbelievable after effects. In infrared photography, the film or image sensor used is sensitive to infrared light. The infrared wavelengths usually ranges from 750-900nm. Your naked eye sees things as they naturally are, but just like radio waves, ultraviolet rays, gamma rays, and microscopic germs you eyes are blind to infrared. Basically speaking you are simply blocking out visible light while letting the invisible light come inside the camera lens. At first one might think that infrared is just like the good old black & white photography. Then after analyzing the results you will notice that the bright parts are darker, while the commonly dark green acquires a bright glow. This creates such a surreal output that is out of this world! Here I am sharing with you 30 infrared photos. Enjoy.
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Today I ma going to share with you beautiful images of marble caves, 1987 Simferopol speleologists discovered a huge complicated cave of unbelievable beauty. 1989 after all necessary preparations had been done, Marble Cave opened for tourists. Speleologists claim, that it is one of the most beautiful caves on the planet and one of the most frequently visited ones in Europe. Hope you like and enjoy theses beautiful images of caves.
Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan sounds like a charming gentleman, he has a PhD in hypothetical physics, plays five unusual melodious instruments, win a lawmaking award for his investigate into quantum physics, and taught science, mathematics, and astronomy before he took up photography. These days, he’s a specialized photographer with a penchant for startlingly beautiful macro images specifically, photos of peoples’ eyes. We recently came across his latest series over on Lost at E Minor, which is a variation on the idea this time, it’s animals’ eyes he’s capturing, and they’re pretty amazing, from the cold, unknown eyes of a crocodile to the amazingly human-like eyes of a Siamese cat. Hope you like and enjoy.
Unusual spaces from the North Pole to the South Pole and all over in between. Different cameras and photographers just normal people. Different seasons from winter to summer. Everything about these pictures seems to be different and still they are just perfect. That’s because nature, which is the theme of all of the photos is simply the most beautiful thing one can capture. The best piece is that nature is all roughly us, constantly. We just love to allow ourselves to see that. Enjoy.
Here are excellent images of winter photography by Johnny Myreng Henriksen, Johnny started taking pictures in May 2009, he like to take and process? Almost everything, but he have to say he prefer landscapes and seascapes but he like to experiment with different styles and different processing techniques. People doing the same over and over must get bored? No just kidding, it’s just he. He often makes several pictures from the same shot and you probably will see a lot of variations of the same shot .hope you like these cool pictures, Enjoy!!!
Here are 20 camouflage animals; Camouflage is not just about chameleons changing their colors in an instant but it’s also about polar bears being white and not brown like the grizzlies. In fact, a zebra with its striped covering is a camouflage animal. In order to understand these animals mastery of the art of deception, we should first have an idea why they have this cunning ability. A major concern of animals and other critters is to protect themselves from predators in order to survive and reproduce and pass their genes off to a new generation. Many animals have evolved adaptations known as ant predator devices such as camouflage and chemical toxins. Animals use camouflage to blend in with their environments in an attempt to be unrecognizable by predators. Hope you like these cool images of animals camouflage, Enjoy!!!
Here are 30 images of zombie inspiration, Zombies have been portrayed using all types of media, from books like H. P. Lovecraft’s ‘In the vault‘ and comic books like the ‘Bobbie the Zombie’ in 1949, to movies like the brilliant ‘Evil Dead‘ series, timeless music videos like ‘Thriller’ and more recently first-person shooter games like, ‘Left 4 dead‘. It is widely considered that zombies originated in Haiti. Even now stories are told of local witchdoctors or booker who was controlling people by means of psycho drugs. Although the earliest documented Zombies were actually found on stone tablets from 1000 BCE describing the “Epic of Gilgamesh”, the tale mentioned the goddess Ishtar who was commanding an army of undead creatures threatened to devour the world with them unless her father gives her the Bull of heaven. Hope you like.