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Greenpeace Global Voices

by Dan on July 6, 2012

Greenpeace Global Voices features stunning and beautiful visual storytelling–chock full of charismatic energy. Sobering trend and fearful as-ever about our collective future.

This is a beautifully shot PSA filled with some wonderful documentary moments of people, children and the dramatic landscape of Delhi. One person’s view of living with global warming. Color correcting the footage helped give it a nice, rich and balanced look to this spot. Philip Bloom on a Canon 5D II.

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Flat Earth Society

by Dan on June 15, 2012

The people of the Flat Earth Society believe that this place is one of the four corners of the world; the very edge of the earth. Fancy that.

Nowhere in the world looks like Newfoundland and Labrador the most easterly point of North America, perched on the edge of a continent. This chapter evokes the strange and terrible beauty of our landscape and seascape, in stark contrast to the typical images found in most glossy tourism advertising.

Director Alar Kivilo.

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Infrared

by Dan on December 29, 2011

Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions – Albert Einstein

Breathtaking, utter simplicity.

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Vestmanna Cliffs

by Dan on December 26, 2011

The Faroe Islands is a country in the Norwegian Sea, approximately halfway between Scotland and Iceland. The Faroe Islands are a self-governing country.

Remote island communities have always fascinated me. From the independent nature of the people who call them home, rugged scenery that often graces the landscape, the animals that live there- they can really spark the imagination.

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Payne’s Grey

by Dan on May 28, 2011

Stunning palette:

Payne’s grey is a dark blue-grey colour used in painting. It can be used as a mixer in place of black. Being less intense than black, it is easier to get the right shade when using it as a mixer.

Payne’s grey is a mixture of ultramarine and black or of ultramarine and Sienna.

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Landscape

by Dan on August 4, 2009


Marcin Sacha put together a wonderful set of rolling hill images. This one grabbed my attention instantly.

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