Waywayanda Evening Sky_6288

Waywayanda Evening Sky_6288

The night my old computer bit the dust, I was out shooting the sunset at Waywayanda State Park, I’ve been waiting for a chance to get this shot posted, so here it is! This is at the main parking lot, and was such a wondrous sight to behold in person. To GOD be the GLORY! Have a wonderful week ahead!

Posted by smack53 on 2017-05-28 01:09:56

Tagged: , smack53 , Waywayanda State Park , Vernon , New Jersey , tree , silhouettes , sunset , clouds , sky , Painted Sky , evening , evening sky , sundown , Spring , Springtime , Nikon , D300 , Nikon D300

June 12 Tiki and Turtle

June 12 Tiki and Turtle

Here is another angle on yesterday’s subjects. I didn’t notice the bits of fuzz in the shot until I processed the image on the computer. I’ve got to remember to dust before shooting! 🙂

Posted by juliaclark42 on 2012-06-13 03:22:12

Tagged: , 2012 Project , tiki , sea turtle , pendants , Nikon D300 , 20120612

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Photonic Wind

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Photonic Wind

TodaysArt 2015
Pier, Scheveningen

Dmitry Gelfand (b.1974, St. Petersburg, Russia) and Evelina Domnitch (b. 1972, Minsk, Belarus) create sensory immersion environments that merge physics, chemistry and computer science with philosophy. Gelfand and Domnitch use wave phenomena to investigate questions of perception and infinity. They research these topics because science, which serves as the basis for contemporary thought, cannot fully explain how consciousness works. Domnitch and Gelfand’s installations have done away with ‘fixed’ art, such as recordings, and use continuously transforming phenomena instead. These phenomena take place directly in front of the observer and often serve to vastly extend the observer’s senses. Gelfand and Domnitch present their works “Implosion Chamber” and “Photonic Wind: shining into a vacuum chamber”. “Implosion Chamber” consists of high frequency sound waves going through a water-filled cylinder, causing naturally diffused air bubbles to implode. While revealing the motion imparted by sound waves, these implosions are accompanied by shock waves, supersonic liquid jet formations, temperatures as high as are found on the Sun, and conjecturably, quantum vacuum radiation. In the installation “Photonic Wind”, an Yves Klein blue laser beam levitates and propels diamond micropowder in a vacuum chamber. Forming starry jets and languorous vortical clouds, the diamond dust evokes the flow of light.

Posted by de_buurman on 2015-09-27 20:10:12

Tagged: , Evelina Domnitch , Dmitry Gelfand , Pier , Scheveningen , TodaysArt , festival , Den Haag , Nikon D300 , Nikkor , 17-55mm f/2.8G , de_buurman , Ed Jansen , © All rights reserved , #TDANL15 , ArtScience , art , kunst

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Implosion Chamber

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Implosion Chamber

TodaysArt 2015
Pier, Scheveningen

Dmitry Gelfand (b.1974, St. Petersburg, Russia) and Evelina Domnitch (b. 1972, Minsk, Belarus) create sensory immersion environments that merge physics, chemistry and computer science with philosophy. Gelfand and Domnitch use wave phenomena to investigate questions of perception and infinity. They research these topics because science, which serves as the basis for contemporary thought, cannot fully explain how consciousness works. Domnitch and Gelfand’s installations have done away with ‘fixed’ art, such as recordings, and use continuously transforming phenomena instead. These phenomena take place directly in front of the observer and often serve to vastly extend the observer’s senses. Gelfand and Domnitch present their works “Implosion Chamber” and “Photonic Wind: shining into a vacuum chamber”. “Implosion Chamber” consists of high frequency sound waves going through a water-filled cylinder, causing naturally diffused air bubbles to implode. While revealing the motion imparted by sound waves, these implosions are accompanied by shock waves, supersonic liquid jet formations, temperatures as high as are found on the Sun, and conjecturably, quantum vacuum radiation. In the installation “Photonic Wind”, an Yves Klein blue laser beam levitates and propels diamond micropowder in a vacuum chamber. Forming starry jets and languorous vortical clouds, the diamond dust evokes the flow of light.

Posted by de_buurman on 2015-09-27 20:10:10

Tagged: , Evelina Domnitch , Dmitry Gelfand , Pier , Scheveningen , TodaysArt , festival , Den Haag , Nikon D300 , Nikkor , 17-55mm f/2.8G , de_buurman , Ed Jansen , © All rights reserved , #TDANL15 , ArtScience , art , kunst

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Implosion Chamber

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Implosion Chamber

TodaysArt 2015
Pier, Scheveningen

Dmitry Gelfand (b.1974, St. Petersburg, Russia) and Evelina Domnitch (b. 1972, Minsk, Belarus) create sensory immersion environments that merge physics, chemistry and computer science with philosophy. Gelfand and Domnitch use wave phenomena to investigate questions of perception and infinity. They research these topics because science, which serves as the basis for contemporary thought, cannot fully explain how consciousness works. Domnitch and Gelfand’s installations have done away with ‘fixed’ art, such as recordings, and use continuously transforming phenomena instead. These phenomena take place directly in front of the observer and often serve to vastly extend the observer’s senses. Gelfand and Domnitch present their works “Implosion Chamber” and “Photonic Wind: shining into a vacuum chamber”. “Implosion Chamber” consists of high frequency sound waves going through a water-filled cylinder, causing naturally diffused air bubbles to implode. While revealing the motion imparted by sound waves, these implosions are accompanied by shock waves, supersonic liquid jet formations, temperatures as high as are found on the Sun, and conjecturably, quantum vacuum radiation. In the installation “Photonic Wind”, an Yves Klein blue laser beam levitates and propels diamond micropowder in a vacuum chamber. Forming starry jets and languorous vortical clouds, the diamond dust evokes the flow of light.

Posted by de_buurman on 2015-09-27 20:10:11

Tagged: , Evelina Domnitch , Dmitry Gelfand , Pier , Scheveningen , TodaysArt , festival , Den Haag , Nikon D300 , Nikkor , 17-55mm f/2.8G , de_buurman , Ed Jansen , © All rights reserved , #TDANL15 , ArtScience , art , kunst

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Photonic Wind [close-up]

Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand – Photonic Wind [close-up]

TodaysArt 2015
Pier, Scheveningen

Dmitry Gelfand (b.1974, St. Petersburg, Russia) and Evelina Domnitch (b. 1972, Minsk, Belarus) create sensory immersion environments that merge physics, chemistry and computer science with philosophy. Gelfand and Domnitch use wave phenomena to investigate questions of perception and infinity. They research these topics because science, which serves as the basis for contemporary thought, cannot fully explain how consciousness works. Domnitch and Gelfand’s installations have done away with ‘fixed’ art, such as recordings, and use continuously transforming phenomena instead. These phenomena take place directly in front of the observer and often serve to vastly extend the observer’s senses. Gelfand and Domnitch present their works “Implosion Chamber” and “Photonic Wind: shining into a vacuum chamber”. “Implosion Chamber” consists of high frequency sound waves going through a water-filled cylinder, causing naturally diffused air bubbles to implode. While revealing the motion imparted by sound waves, these implosions are accompanied by shock waves, supersonic liquid jet formations, temperatures as high as are found on the Sun, and conjecturably, quantum vacuum radiation. In the installation “Photonic Wind”, an Yves Klein blue laser beam levitates and propels diamond micropowder in a vacuum chamber. Forming starry jets and languorous vortical clouds, the diamond dust evokes the flow of light.

Posted by de_buurman on 2015-09-27 20:10:11

Tagged: , Evelina Domnitch , Dmitry Gelfand , Pier , Scheveningen , TodaysArt , festival , Den Haag , Nikon D300 , Nikkor , 17-55mm f/2.8G , de_buurman , Ed Jansen , © All rights reserved , #TDANL15 , ArtScience , art , kunst

day (16) of 365.

day (16) of 365.

i can’t tell if the ‘sun spots’ are entirely from the sun, or the fact that my lens had SOOOO much dust on it.. i think both are the reasons ;P
sorry i’ve fallen 8 days behind. i’m trying to catch up! i went and visited (partied it up ;P!) at my boyfriends college and when we left saturday night to spend the rest of the weekend home together, i realized i had left my macbook in his dorm room, and wouldn’t be able to get it until he brought it home with him on thursday. i’m a moron.. hah.
i SHOULD have been a good girl and take photos each day besides the fact.. but i’m so lazy, so without my computer all i did was work eat and sleep… what an interesting life i lead without a computer available to me ;P

here’s muh links! follow/add me 🙂

TUMBLR!
LOOKBOOK!
TWITTER!
MY BAND!

Posted by indie elise on 2010-04-23 05:56:26

Tagged: , caitlin elise , nikon d300 , redhead , 365 project

A Second Glance

A Second Glance

View On Black

I was sitting on my computer desk in my room with the door open when the sun blindingly glared at me from this small window across the loft. I was going to close the door but when I looked the second time (in a less-glaring angle), I noticed how the vase and the flowers, even the dust particles caught the light beautifully. I immediately grabbed my camera and took a shot. I guess, some things in life are worth a second look.

Posted by Eric Austria on 2010-02-18 01:51:46

Tagged: , home , vase , decor , home decor , loft , sunset , sepia , window , light source , vase with flowers , eric austria , nikon d300

30 Years Old and Sharp as Hell

30 Years Old and Sharp as Hell

the lens, not the spirits

Better with B l a c k M a g i c

(in a bit of a rush today after spending last night in CT, with 400 miles on car and body – I want to post one picture a day!)

This is a photo taken with the 30 year old 50mm F1.8 I acquired last weekend (shot at f4 here). Not only is the build quality wonderful, but the sharpness is exquisite. At f1.8 it is only slightly less sharp (the grain of the paper label is less pronounced). The 28mm E series lens I obtained with the same set of lenses cannot compare in terms of sharpness, unfortunately.

I do suggest looking at the original resolution:
www.flickr.com/photos/nosha/3115094074/sizes/o/

Hopewell Township, New Jersey, USA

You can also view my photos on Flickr Hive Mind

NIKON D300
50mm f1.8 Nikkor Manual Focus, non-CPU
50 mm, f/4.0

Posted by nosha on 2008-12-17 03:26:20

Tagged: , 2008 , bokeh , bottle , brandy , czech , d300 , december , december2008 , depthoffield , dof , fall , fifty , lenses , new , newlenses , nifty , niftyfifty , nikon , nosha , plum , resolution , slivovitz , 0 mm f/0 , 50 mm , f/4.0 , NIKON D300 , lightroom