Tuesday 10 February 2015

My Twitter: February 8, 2015

Published on Jan 10, 2013 by AsapScience
YouTube: We were all female
Dear Gentlemen, science has a confession. You were once...a female - which helps to explain where your nipples came from. Watch and learn.

Chateau Eza, Ese, France

Frosty Morning, Scotland: Pinterest Scotland: Pins by Igor Mamantov

Vintage picture from Penthouse Magazine
Live by Ufuk Kiray, Turkish photographer

Svetlana Belyaeva, Photographer, Moscow: official web site

Charlotte Rampling by Terry O’Neill (b 1938), English photographer, Pinterest

Longing by Sandra Bauser, Digital Artist, Turlock, USA

Grey Goddess by Susan Shorter, artist, Indiana, USA

I've done this. #Married #Marriage #Husband #Wife #HusbandAndWife
Of course, I'm #divorced now, so maybe this wasn't that funny.


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my blog: Animated GIFs - Mar 19/2014

my blog: Cinemagraph: The Work of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 23/2014
Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement occurs. Cinemagraphs, which are usually published in an animated GIF format, can give the illusion that the viewer is watching a video.

my blog: Seeing New York City Through the Eyes of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 24/2014

my blog: Animating Still Photos - Mar 27/2014
When I think of an animated GIF, I immediately think of a mini-video: either an extract from an actual video looping over and over, or something like a cartoon where several frames are presented one after another to give the illusion of movement. Recently, I discovered that people had found the means to add movement to a still photograph with stunning results.

my blog: More Animation - Dec 11/2014


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