Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Creative Photo Editing




Michelle Oswald (Michael Oswald) from childhood he knew that his future will be connected with the arts. Not thinking himself capable of becoming a professional artist, Michelle went to study at a graphic designer. "Classes are mainly focused on commercial logos, advertising, and all of this was more like a job than a calling. Sitting in the gallery,  Oswald often indulged in Photoshop and 3D Studio Max, to draw any pictures that he looked cool, but According to the teachers, they were quite unattractive commercially. " Today, the work Michael Oswald not only commercially successful, but also stylistically unique. Michelle is working on a photo. Comes up with the concept of the image, looking for the right model, makes about 400 frames per shot, selects 3-4 best, and then sits down at the desktop, munching Cheetos and convert photos unrecognizable. Artist tools are Canon 5D with 50mm, 1.4, quad PC with 6 GB of RAM, Photoshop. 15 more images after the break... 

Ship Models Made From Human Bones



Macabre Ship Models Made From Human Bones — Left alone for years at the beginning of the 19th Century, French soldiers taken captive during the Napoleonic Wars found an unusually hobby — fashioning ornate replicas of British ships, out of beef and human bone. The soldiers made use of any bone they came across, to create these fascinating models. These rare "bone ship" models tend to sell for tens of thousands of dollars at auction, as collectors go nuts for these macabre historical relics. But how on Earth did prisoners of war create such accurate ship models, out of such bizarre materials? The top image is a bone ship model created by a 19th Century French prisoner of war auctioned by Heritage Galleries in 2006. 08 more images after the break...

10 Incredible Navigable Aqueducts


Navigable aqueducts (sometimes called water bridges) are bridge structures that carry navigable waterway canals over other rivers, valleys, railways or roads. They are primarily distinguished by their size, carrying a larger cross-section of water than most water-supply aqueducts. Although Roman aqueducts were sometimes used for transport, aqueducts were not generally used until the 17th century when the problems of summit level canals had been solved and modern canal systems started to appear.

01. Pontcysyllte Aqueduct — UK
 Photo — Link

The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is a navigable aqueduct that carries the Llangollen Canal over the valley of the River Dee in Wrexham County Borough in north east Wales. Completed in 1805, it is the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain, a Grade I Listed Building and a World Heritage Site. Built by Thomas Telford and William Jessop, it is 307 m. (1,007 ft.) long, 3.4 m. (11 ft.) wide and 1.6 m. (5.25 ft.) deep.

 Photo — Link

The towpath is mounted above the water, with the inner edge carried on cast-iron pillars in the trough. This arrangement allows the water displaced by the passage of a narrow boat to flow easily around it, enabling relatively free passage. Every five years the ends of the aqueduct are closed and a plug in one of the highest spans is opened to drain the canal water into the River Dee below, for inspection and maintenance of the trough. [Link - Map]
16 more Navigable Aqueducts after the break...

10 Most Expensive Celebrity Auctions


I think we should all agree to the fact that sometimes we do get green with envy simply because the celebrities apparently have it all starting from the huge villa’s on spacious estates and the best cars money can buy, the chance to wear the most expensive ensembles and what not! Well I have a news flash for you guys, not only do the triump with fame during their lifestime, even after they die, they continue to benefit from that success.

How so you might ask! Well, the stuff that they own is auctioned after they die, for so much more than its actual buying price and certainly the earnings go to the family. Although I must admit that sometimes the proceedings do go to charity but oh well! Here is a list of some of the most famous celebrity auctions ever.

01. Dorothy Gale’s Ruby Slippers

Considering that fact that he is a guy, when David Elkouby paid $666,000  for the pair of red pumps that Dorothy wore in the Wizard of Oz, it really did come as a shock as that is one hefty price a male pays for a pair of pumps. 09 more after the break...

Top 10 Best Internet Records


01. Highest Number of Twitter Followers: Lady Gaga

Sorry, Biebs – Gaga gotcha. Say what you will but the Queen of Pop Charts is also Numero Uno in Twitterverse with 26,823,122 followers (as of July 2012) to Justin Bieber's paltry 24,687,443. Rounding out the top 5 are Katy Perry (22,869,592), Rhianna (22,232,112), and Britney Spears (22,232,112). Number 6? President Barack Obama (17,381,203) who is the only other male in the Top Ten. Link
09 more after the break...

Top 10 Beautiful Princesses


10. Princess Mary — Denmark

Princess Mary is living proof that fairy tales can come true. A native of Hobart, Tasmania, this elegant 39-year-old was working at an Australian advertising agency in 2000 when she literally bumped into a handsome young man named “Fred” in a crowded Sydney pub. It wasn’t until a half hour later that a friend informed her that “Fred” was in fact Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark.

The pair fell head over heels in love and were married four years later on May 14, 2004 in a lavish ceremony conducted at Copenhagen Cathedral. Mary has since become a beloved figure in Denmark where, according to a recent poll, 75 % of Danes believe she will make an excellent queen.
09 more Princess after the break...

The Evade SUV launched in India, Prices start from Rs. 8.5 Crores including duties


Evade
Conquest Vehicles, a company famous for building the KNIGHT XV armored SUV, has revealed this week a new unarmored model, which is called the Evade. Even though the Conquest Evade looks very similar to the KNIGHT XV, there are a few differences. The Evade has narrower wheel arches, a new front fascia with redesigned headlights, a modified grille and other minor design changes. Its rear bumper has an integrated step to facilitate entry and exit. The Conquest Evade is made from aluminum and steel, and it's a lot lighter than the KNIGHT. This means better performance and improved efficiency. Unfortunately, Conquest
did not release a lot of technical details regarding the Evade. What we do know is that it's built on a Ford F550 Super Duty chassis and that it's available with either a petrol or a diesel engine. Naturally, it has a 4x4 drivetrain. The equipment list of the Evade includes quite a few fun gizmos. For instance, the search light you see mounted on the roof can be rotated 360 degrees with the help of a joystick. The Conquest Evade also comes with a FLIR night vision camera. 

The Evade SUV is available with petrol and diesel powertrain options and a 4x4 system. Prices start from Rs. 8.5 Crores including duties

20 Legendary Love Stories


1. Romeo and Juliet
This is probably the most famous lovers ever. This couple has become a synonym for love itself. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. Their love story is very tragic. The tale of two teenagers from two feuding families who fall in love at first sight and then marry, become true lovers and then risk it all for their love. To take your own life for your husband or wife is definitely a sign of true love. Their "untimely deaths" ultimately unite their feuding households.

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