Posts tagged ‘photography’

September 15, 2019

Scotland in Motion

by duncanr
August 22, 2018

Ancient Scotland

by duncanr

Having spent the past seven months travelling all over Scotland to shoot my new film, ANCIENT SCOTLAND, I’ve never been more proud to call this country home‘ (John Duncan)

click link to view John’s video on Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS31pJ0iAF0

August 8, 2018

Photography ‘Dead’ ?

by duncanr

May 31, 2018

Invisible London

by duncanr

London viewed through the lens of an infra-red camera . . .

March 21, 2018

Bean Time-Lapse

by duncanr

Kidney bean time lapse with soil cross section. Showing how roots ant upper part of plant grow

March 4, 2018

Flower Dance

by duncanr

A treat for the eyes! Watch this time-lapse video of flowers growing, blooming, and reacting to outside forces, from Thomas Blanchard.

From an artistic point of view, the flowers are represented in the 4 seasons.

The fire for the fall, ice for the winter, fast hatching (timelapses) for the spring and color inks for the summerhttp://tinyurl.com/y9qvt28e

August 15, 2017

Galapagos Gallery

by duncanr

might not win any beauty competition but this iguana scored a creditable second place in the Animal Portrait category of the 2017 Galapagos Photography competition

to see pics of other winners click – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-40923459

August 10, 2017

Renaissance Paintings Recreated by Auto Mechanics

by duncanr

see more Freddy Fabris photographs using auto-mechanics to recreate renaissance paintings here – http://www.eatliver.com/renaissance-art-reborn/

July 16, 2015

Edinburgh

by duncanr

my home town . . .

July 31, 2010

A $200 Million Con?

by duncanr

A bunch of glass plate negatives bought for $45 dollars at a garage sale by Rick Norsigian, a painter based in Fresno, has hit the news recently.

Mr Norsigian claims they are lost works of Amsel Adams. If so they would be worth around $200 million, it is estimated.

That claim however has been disputed, not least by Amsel’s living relatives . . .

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