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Tu come guardi? La meraviglia in tutte le cose vista da Pyanek | Il tasto della X sulla tastiera di un computer

Tu come guardi? La meraviglia in tutte le cose vista da Pyanek

Watch this video of beautifully lit macro photos of everyday objects by photographer Pyanek (who also scored the audio) and see how many objects you can guess.

Queen Elizabeth pantone color wheel

Queen_pantone spin of images. (jealouscurator, Leo Burnett London, and their friends at Pantone. This genius little swatch book was created for Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, and showcases the lovely hues she’s worn over her 60 years in reign.

Human embryo in the eye of a needle. In case I needed a reminder of the miracle I carried within my body.

Embryo in the eye of a needle.shows how small that embryo really is! (Photo by Endless Forms Most Beautiful)

Step 1- Select an image and open it in Adobe Photoshop. I usually use one image of my own that I want to restyle and look for a different image online. (Google images and stock photos are great sources for background” images):

I haven't checked the actual web-site as I don't use Photoshop, but I love the effect and can see me using this myself. Where I pinned it from said "How to Create a "Double Exposure" in Photoshop — Daily Epiphanie"

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David McCandless Photography

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