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Volcanic Selfie

Photograph by Andrew Hara, National Geographic Your Shot

Lava glows red-hot, churning and rumbling in Kilauea Volcano’s Halemaumau Crater in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. “It is quite an experience when Earth feels incredibly large and one feels microscopic and insignificant in comparison,” writes Your Shot member Andrew Hara.

“I was able to legally access the edge of Halemaumau crater while volunteering for the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park,” Hara explains. After cautiously hiking through a closed-off area of the national park, respirator in tow, Hara deployed his tripod and camera. “I carefully set the timer for two minutes and walked around to the farther, visually stable edge of the crater to create this self-portrait.”

Hara’s picture recently appeared in the Your Shot assignment Embrace the Untamed.

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25 de Julho de 2014 at 21:14

A crise bancária…

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24 de Julho de 2014 at 13:02

Jennifer in Paradise ou a história do Photoshop

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Jennifer in Paradise.tif – the first photoshopped pictureBrothers Knoll sent over their original Je

O The Guardian  publicou um artigo evocativo do aniversário do Photoshop, recuperando a história daquela que terá sido a primeira imagem manipulada com esta aplicação.

Depois desta primeira imagem, a utilização do Photoshop deu no que deu, para o bem e para o mal…

A imagem ficou para a história como “Jennifer in Paradise” e, não fora a utilização futura, seria apenas um prosaico registo das férias que John Knoll passou com Jennifer, a então namorada, em Bora Bora no verão de 1987. Férias, aliás, supostamente bem merecidas porque John e Jennifer, colegas na ILM – Industrial Light & Magic de George Lucas, tinham trabalhado horas sem fim na pós produção do filme “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”

A partir de um caríssimo equipamento, o Pixar Image Computer, que, com base num complicadíssimo programa dedicado, permita isolar, manipular e reintegrar fotogramas num filme, utilizado pela ILM, John Knoll e o irmão…

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24 de Julho de 2014 at 12:12

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24 de Julho de 2014 at 08:52

Eliseu assina pelo Benfica!

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23 de Julho de 2014 at 20:17

Parkour Motion: Ben Franke Photography

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23 de Julho de 2014 at 11:10

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Hostage Returned

Photograph by John Warner, National Geographic Your Shot

A father returns to his family after being held hostage in Iran, according to Your Shot member John Warner.

Warner’s photograph was submitted to How Close Can You Get?, a Your Shot assignment that closes on July 22, 2014. Your Shot members can submit their photographs to the assignment, and National Geographic photographer Ed Kashi will select his favorites for a story to be published on the site.

Your Shot is National Geographic’s photo community, where you can share photos, take part in assignments, lend your voice to stories, and connect with fellow photographers from around the globe.

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