Do You Know?. . This is not a painting, nets photoshop. Believe it or not it' s a photograph, While on assignment in Namibia tor National Geographic magazine, F
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Do You Know?

This is not a painting, nets photoshop.
Believe it or not it' s a photograph,
While on assignment in Namibia tor National
Geographic magazine, Frans Landing
captured this surreal landscape Image in a
location called Dead Wei. Due to the nature
of the lighting in the frame, the
appears almost like a painting.
Not sure if trolling
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#18 - ryjed (11/25/2011) [+] (12 replies)
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#8 - dhelixx ONLINE (11/24/2011) [-]
Well it may be a photo...but that doesn't stop it being a photo OF a painting.
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#15 - mothersmilk (11/24/2011) [-]
Oh wait...
#450 - anonymous (11/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
*roll random picture*
#521 - tkuja (11/25/2011) [-]
It's a shop, this is the original
#80 - noly (11/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
so i looked it up and on the guys website i saw the picture with this description
"This stunning photo of camel thorn trees was made during the Namibian dawn when the warm light of the morning sun was illuminating a huge red sand dune dotted with white grasses while the white floor of the clay pan was still in shade. The foregroud looks blue because the white clay reflected the color of the sky above."
User avatar #17 - wtsheals (11/25/2011) [+] (1 reply)
This stunning photo of camel thorn trees was made during the Namibian dawn when the warm light of the morning sun was illuminating a huge red sand dune dotted with white grasses while the white floor of the clay pan was still in shade. The foregroud looks blue because the white clay reflected the color of the sky above.

Because of the extreme contrast between the shady foreground and the sunlit background Frans used a two-stop graduated filter to reduce the contrast. The perfect moment came just as the sun reached the bottom of the sand dune and before it washed the desert floor.

Frans chose a long telephoto lens and stopped it all the way down to compress the perspective. The image was captured using a Nikon D3X camera mounted to a Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens exposing ISO 100 for 1/10 of a second at 200mm f/22.
#23 - anonymous (11/25/2011) [+] (6 replies)
Bigger copy, you can tell its a photograph.
#31 to #23 - drunkenmunky (11/25/2011) [-]
didn't believe it till i saw this, thanks bro  
here's something cool in return
didn't believe it till i saw this, thanks bro
here's something cool in return
#298 - steezmachine (11/25/2011) [+] (9 replies)
Comment Picture
#504 - WillyMyAss (11/25/2011) [+] (3 replies)
Actually if the picture is enlarged you can see it is real, i found a similar picture on google so
#481 - madnessdude (11/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
It's actually true, in the middle of many sand waves there is a place that is untouched, the sand lay still and there is dead wood laying around there.
#461 - megatrondecepticon (11/25/2011) [+] (2 replies)
User avatar #492 - stchmo (11/25/2011) [-]
**stchmo tried to roll a random image, but without success**
#468 - doggydick (11/25/2011) [+] (7 replies)
#97 - guidhabaru (11/25/2011) [-]
**guidhabaru rolled a random image** OP
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