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  • (Photo-effect) Also known as photoelectric-effect. This refers to a phenomenon of ejection of electrons from a metal whose surface is exposed to light.
  • (Photo effect) Convenient for color correction of photographs and movies. Also, screen images can be adjusted to Monochrome, Sepia or to the Gaussian Blur effect
  • Fix or build (something) in a particular place
  • (site) physical position in relation to the surroundings; "the sites are determined by highly specific sequences of nucleotides"
  • (site) the piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located); "a good site for the school"
  • (site) locate: assign a location to; "The company located some of their agents in Los Angeles"
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A Common Destiny: A Photographic Journey Through a Changing World
A Common Destiny: A Photographic Journey Through a Changing World
An artful photographic voyage documenting the impact of modern industry and consumerism on our planet, A Common Destiny presents a hauntingly beautiful vision of a world perched on the edge of an abyss. Juxtaposing images of pristine wilderness with photos of mines, abandoned nuclear reactors, large industrial farms, and spaces that exemplify artificiality and our increasing distance from nature—such as indoor ski slopes in Dubai, large-scale suburban housing development sites, and lavish casinos—Cedric Delsaux creates a powerful meditation on our ruthless hunger for mass production and energy.

Industries rarely accessible to the public are shown here in 135 oversized, full-color plates-petroleum fields, quarries, steel mills, meat-packing plants, poultry farms, enormous greenhouses, and assembly lines. Of equal interest are dozens of images that bear witness to today's dizzying pace of construction throughout the world, revealing how our attempt to accommodate an ever-growing population often overlooks the needs of its least fortunate. Glamorous skyscrapers abut the poorest slums, closely placed residential towers block out natural light, and thoughtless sprawl ensures that residents of large cities spend their lives in a maze of concrete.

Each striking, thought-provoking photograph is a work of art that allows us at once to marvel at our own industriousness and be shocked at its ramifications; we are asphyxiating the planet with our own inventions. Guided by thought-provoking essays from prominent environmental writers and activists including best-selling author Bill McKibben, renowned scientist James Lovelock, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai, the volume takes the reader on a journey from the least populous places on earth to the most densely inhabited, and urges us to reflect on our own habits and to resolve to take a more conscientious, active role in preserving natural resources.

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Photo Effects - Full Size - 09
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© 2011, All Rights Reserved - PRM Photography/Phillip Munafo. These photos were shot on 5/7/2011 at Old Fort Park Archeological Site in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. I have been wanting to do a shoot here for a while and when we brought up the idea of this location to Ryan & Kristy they agreed. I would like to do future photo sessions here as well since it is such a scenic place with a lot of history behind it. I am happy with these photos but always looking to sharpen my skills and learn new techniques. I tried a few new things I learned while editing these photos and experimented a little bit from what I usually do. I think it stays true to my style though for the most part.
In my own little world......
In my own little world......
Cliche Saturday Scavenger Hunt # 11 Fake Photo Effects Cropped my fingers out of shot, cuz I was holding the marble, and as you can see.... it was a gorgeous day. Clicked "Im feeling lucky" in picasa, which enhanced the blue ..thus not a straight out of the camera blue, lol HCS :)~

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