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MHajduk



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Yes, that's a superb mural showing mastery in perspective manipulation (the painting can be watched correctly only from the fixed location). Somehow it reminds me of the picture "The Ambassadors" by Hans Holbein with the anamorphic skull in the bottom part visible only when the observer watches it from the proper angle. Smile
Post 25 Oct 2016, 17:03
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YONG



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Post 26 Oct 2016, 04:52
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:

Yeah, that's a really tricky thing. Smile
Post 28 Oct 2016, 19:50
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MHajduk



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Here you have a couple of photos I have taken two days ago.

Autumnal portraits of plants, GIF preview.

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Full-resolution images may be found under the links presented below.

Starflower in autumnal colors.
https://goo.gl/photos/cDYewF71bAzjdZVVA

Portraits of Rudbeckia flowers.
https://goo.gl/photos/ZkejGz7D2kP7mKFh8

Water drops on leaves.
https://goo.gl/photos/JZ6Rqfz1RgZrVc5U9
Post 28 Oct 2016, 19:52
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shoorick



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seems, flowers are not going to give up, but time is working... Wink
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
seems, flowers are not going to give up, but time is working... Wink

Good point, we have here flowers in various stages of development from those are about to bloom to those are about to wither completely. Wink
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YONG



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Location: 22° 15' N | 114° 10' E

MHajduk wrote:
Portraits of Rudbeckia flowers.
https://goo.gl/photos/ZkejGz7D2kP7mKFh8

Very nice close-up photo.

Wink
Post 30 Oct 2016, 06:21
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Joined: 16 Jun 2003
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I looked at a freshly cut pumpkin today and I thought: hey, it has this fascinating structure inside, but a photo wouldn't really show it, a 3D one perhaps... So I took my phone and tried to quickly take two photos from slightly different angles, just to see if I would be able to make stereoscopic image this way. This is the result.

The placement of two images is appropriate for the parallel freeviewing (aka "magic eye"), because this is the technique I'm used to (you may need to adjust the size of the image on your monitor).


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MHajduk



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A handful of photos taken by me yesterday.

An animated GIF preview:

Image

A link to the album containing high-resolution images:
https://goo.gl/photos/9BVpH5iTZe7LrKMH8
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YONG



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I like the Rudbeckia flower head photo. Good job!

Wink
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Enko



Joined: 03 Apr 2007
Posts: 667
Location: Mar del Plata
Two pictures from this summer in Buenos Aires

A sunset after a huge summer storm:
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A cloudy sunset
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This one is a very particular Book Store. Originally it was a theater but it was transformed into a store with tons of books and a coffee bar in the scene place.

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View panorama picture here:
http://i.imgur.com/6sSXeF5.jpg

For those who want more pictures of the Book store, you could google for:
"Crazy book store Buenos Aires"
or
"El Ateneo Buenos Aires"

it will give you same results for pictures.


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MHajduk



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Enko
these are beautiful pictures, climatic and very dynamic. They aren't obvious still panoramas but whole stories (I refer to the first two, of course). Smile
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Enko



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Thank you Mhajduk!

I have some more from a trip to Bariloche (southern Argentina in Dicember)


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MHajduk



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Excellent landscapes! Smile
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YONG



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I like "A cloudy sunset" and the wide-angle (panorama?) landscape photo in the middle of the final set.

Wink
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bitRAKE



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MHajduk wrote:
I'm not especially convinced that this kind of application would work. The flowers are not the sole plant parts that should be taken into consideration. We also look at the leaves, stem, root and the surrounding area to identify the given plant properly, with the highest possible degree of certainty. And even then we are not 100% sure. Besides, image recognition probably wouldn't work properly with plants photographed from various angles. Maybe if we had a plants DNA database and could make tests in situ then the situation would be a lot better.

http://identify.plantnet-project.org/


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The app works by collecting data from a large social network which uploads pictures and information about plants. Scientists from four French research organizations including Cirad, IRA, Inria/IRD, and the Tela Botanica Network developed the app.


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YONG



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Location: 22° 15' N | 114° 10' E

bitRAKE wrote:
http://identify.plantnet-project.org/

Thanks for the link.

But I believe that MHajduk prefers the traditional process of manual identification to the modern counterpart of app-based searching.

Wink
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TmX



Joined: 02 Mar 2006
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Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
I rarely shot landscapes.

So month ago, some friends asked me to join their trip to Pangalengan. Really huge area with dairy farm, lake, tea plantation etc on it. Absolutely gorgeous.

When I saw the view there, I immediately remembered Ansel Adam's great black and white photos. And thus, these photos.

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All of them are digital, anyway. I also shot film, but haven't send them to lab yet.
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YONG



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Very nice photos. I particularly like "2qm2b6b.jpg" -- the one with a big tree in the middle.

I like taking photos of trees, too.

https://yongsir.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/hairy.png
https://yongsir.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/tall_tree.png
https://yongsir.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/trunk.png

Wink
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MHajduk



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