Nice Best Plugins photos

A few nice best plugins images I found:

The BRiC money
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Image by fe2cruz
It was big fun trying to remember how to make something cool out of the huge 70s windup motor. I was worried at first, but now I’m glad that I could build some better than what I came up with as a kid. Can’t wait for another challenge that might utilize the few fabuland pieces that survived those bygone days too.

all of the BRiCs pics

Ash Wednesday – Nashville, TN
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Image by w4nd3rl0st (InspiredinDesMoines)
I took this picture of an old church in observance of Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is part of the Catholic / Christian preparations for Easter and is a time of sacrifice and reflection.

The heavy clouds and somber light was a good back drop for this solemn occasion. This particular church is the Christ Church Cathedral outside of Nashville. This church is one of best places in Nashville to hear church music and has a 32 member choir.

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Here’s there photostream:

Canon 7d and 15-85. HDR created with Nik HDR Efx pro

Bizzare experiments on the Moon
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Image by Sergei Golyshev (is back)
After a brief discussion of a subject of the "colorfull Moon" with Wyld-Katt I decided to try it myself. Definitely it works better with the full Moon, while in this phase the areas along the terminator become strickingly bluish…

Aquisition time (start of the session) : 05.09.2014, around 20:00:00 UT+4).
Image orientation: declination is horisontal and right ascension is vertical (in other words – scrambled 🙂
Canon 60D via Baader Planetarium MPCC Mk III on Celestron OMNI XLT 150 mm Newtonian riding Skywatcher NEQ-6 Pro SynScan mount.
Aperture 150 mm
Focal length 750 mm
Tv = 2 ms
Av = f/5
ISO 400
Gain NA
Software: Magic Lantern
Exposures: 53% of 300
Processing: contrast of RAW images was set to "Linear" and +0,5 EV was added in Canon DPP. Images was exported as RGB 8 bpc images, pre-aligned with StackReg plugin for ImageJ and processed in Autostakkert!2. Stacking result was subjected to Richardson-Lucy deconvolution in AstraImage 3.0 (Gaussian type PSF, size 0,9 units, 5 iterations).
The bizzare experiment was perfomed in Photoshop using Hue/Saturation and Saturation/Vibrance tools.

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