2013 SUNSET NOVEMBER 2 2013

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Among all colors, purple is seen as a versatile color. It is combination between the fire of red and the serenity of blue. Moreover, it is possible to console the sadness as well as excite passion. You can see the purple in everything in nature from eggplants, lavender to amethysts. More interestingly, the purple is regarded as a symbol of sunset.

 

 

Ross Bridge in Tasmania in a mauve sunset

Lavender fields at Bridestowe Estate, Tasmania (Australia)

Purple sea star in the waters off Sulawesi, Indonesia

Purple crocuses with bright yellow pollen in Washington, D.C

Antelopes are resting in a purple glow in the sunset on Botswana’s Okavango Delta

Two polar bears in the snow in a purple sunset over Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

A lavender-colored hydroid in Vatu-i-Ra, Fiji

A purple anemone in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A man dances on the top of sand dune in the Saudi Arabian’s purple sky at the sunset

A Joshua tree stands under a purple-black sky in California’s Mojave Desert

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Specifically November 22 through November 23.
and, Where is it located in Relation to the Moon given
a specific time?
Specifically November 22 through November 23.
and, Where is it located in Relation to the Moon given
a specific time?
Lets say 5:00pm?

Answer by neela p
Ankaraka and Ketu in the southwest region

Among all colors, purple is seen as a versatile color. It is combination between the fire of red and the serenity of blue. Moreover, it is possible to console the sadness as well as excite passion. You can see the purple in everything in nature from eggplants, lavender to amethysts. More interestingly, the purple is regarded as a symbol of sunset.

 

 

Ross Bridge in Tasmania in a mauve sunset

Lavender fields at Bridestowe Estate, Tasmania (Australia)

Purple sea star in the waters off Sulawesi, Indonesia

Purple crocuses with bright yellow pollen in Washington, D.C

Antelopes are resting in a purple glow in the sunset on Botswana’s Okavango Delta

Two polar bears in the snow in a purple sunset over Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

A lavender-colored hydroid in Vatu-i-Ra, Fiji

A purple anemone in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A man dances on the top of sand dune in the Saudi Arabian’s purple sky at the sunset

A Joshua tree stands under a purple-black sky in California’s Mojave Desert

Watch video:

 

 

 

Related Articles:


The Nature of Color

Meaning of the colors

Capturing a Picture Perfect Sunset

Palm Trees at Sunset is an especially unique piece in our Beach Canvas gallery due to the more rugged beach scenery that the artist has chosen to depict. In this scene the viewer is confronted with a a scene lush with life- tall trees and the sandy beach surrounding them to the soft fluid ripples in the water, creating the main points of focus for the piece. In the background, blurred and dreamy orange paints create a soft backdrop for this heavenly landscape. The main subject of this piece are the romantic figures of  trees that are given life from the waters that they frame. The figures stand tall against the background of the canvas as if they were peering into the water to examine their own reflections. The primary subjects are created out of darker colors that contrast the colors of the background and stand out against them so that they seem all the more solid and strong. These heavy figures stand in contrast to the rippling water below that seems to be rocked by a steady breeze. The overwhelmingly soft colors that blend very well into one another and the give the shape piece make this original canvas art work feel very idealistic and romantic and who couldn’t use more of that in their life?

The scene we are presented with in this canvas artwork is applied across three separate canvases that are of the same dimension. The beach scene represented in this painting doesn’t feel chopped up by this presentation, but on the contrary the subjects move so  fluidly between the canvases, that the piece’s romantic and alluring vibe is strengthened by the three panel design.

In addition, the three piece layout of this painting is ideal if you would like to incorporate the tenderness that this piece evokes, but are unsure of where it might fit into your home, office or any space that you have to decorate. What is great about pieces such as this that come in sets is that you can play their presentation on your own wall- changing the spacing and orientation of the pieces until you find a design that works for your particular space and suits your tastes. If you enjoy this piece especially you may want to take a moment to browse our Traditional Canvas gallery that offers many scenes that are equally idealized. A piece that may resonate with you in particular is Flying Over the Net that shares many elements with Palm Trees at Sunset, such as an organic subject matter created out of bright colors.

Among all colors, purple is seen as a versatile color. It is combination between the fire of red and the serenity of blue. Moreover, it is possible to console the sadness as well as excite passion. You can see the purple in everything in nature from eggplants, lavender to amethysts. More interestingly, the purple is regarded as a symbol of sunset.

 

 

Ross Bridge in Tasmania in a mauve sunset

Lavender fields at Bridestowe Estate, Tasmania (Australia)

Purple sea star in the waters off Sulawesi, Indonesia

Purple crocuses with bright yellow pollen in Washington, D.C

Antelopes are resting in a purple glow in the sunset on Botswana’s Okavango Delta

Two polar bears in the snow in a purple sunset over Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

A lavender-colored hydroid in Vatu-i-Ra, Fiji

A purple anemone in Sulawesi, Indonesia

A man dances on the top of sand dune in the Saudi Arabian’s purple sky at the sunset

A Joshua tree stands under a purple-black sky in California’s Mojave Desert

Watch video:

 

 

 

Related Articles:


The Nature of Color

Meaning of the colors

Capturing a Picture Perfect Sunset

Palm Trees at Sunset is an especially unique piece in our Beach Canvas gallery due to the more rugged beach scenery that the artist has chosen to depict. In this scene the viewer is confronted with a a scene lush with life- tall trees and the sandy beach surrounding them to the soft fluid ripples in the water, creating the main points of focus for the piece. In the background, blurred and dreamy orange paints create a soft backdrop for this heavenly landscape. The main subject of this piece are the romantic figures of  trees that are given life from the waters that they frame. The figures stand tall against the background of the canvas as if they were peering into the water to examine their own reflections. The primary subjects are created out of darker colors that contrast the colors of the background and stand out against them so that they seem all the more solid and strong. These heavy figures stand in contrast to the rippling water below that seems to be rocked by a steady breeze. The overwhelmingly soft colors that blend very well into one another and the give the shape piece make this original canvas art work feel very idealistic and romantic and who couldn’t use more of that in their life?

The scene we are presented with in this canvas artwork is applied across three separate canvases that are of the same dimension. The beach scene represented in this painting doesn’t feel chopped up by this presentation, but on the contrary the subjects move so  fluidly between the canvases, that the piece’s romantic and alluring vibe is strengthened by the three panel design.

In addition, the three piece layout of this painting is ideal if you would like to incorporate the tenderness that this piece evokes, but are unsure of where it might fit into your home, office or any space that you have to decorate. What is great about pieces such as this that come in sets is that you can play their presentation on your own wall- changing the spacing and orientation of the pieces until you find a design that works for your particular space and suits your tastes. If you enjoy this piece especially you may want to take a moment to browse our Traditional Canvas gallery that offers many scenes that are equally idealized. A piece that may resonate with you in particular is Flying Over the Net that shares many elements with Palm Trees at Sunset, such as an organic subject matter created out of bright colors.

The distinctive sky, white clouds, as well as those homing birds – all these with gradually falling daylight, calm and beautiful. This time, all the travelers, photographers, and the bud of love are deep inside the wonderful sunset scenery – eyes catch the sunset aura which is into the entire skyline and in the back of the mountain and trees. For artists, sunset art is a never litter theme as well as for a photographer. In this article we collected 6 photographic skills to help you better to capture the beautiful sunset scenery.

1. Shooting plan

Average to count, the time the sunset in a day is only about 30 minutes. So it is very difficult to capture the wonderful at the right time, it means that you must have adequate preparation and reasonable planning. You have to pay attention to control your time, layout and positioning of the viewfinder until you have completed the shooting. It is important to note that the composition and the concept of framing, it will increase a unique visual effect for your final photographs. Sometimes, you might just end a walk through the side of the road, and then witnessed the beautiful sunsets that cannot be relieved. If you are ready and understand the complexity of photography, it will never make you surprised while meeting this kind of unexpected beautiful scene.

2. Shooting preparation (equipment and assistant products)

Shooting sunset needs plenty of natural light to exposure, and camera shake is not a problem. The lens has a big impact on your final photographic effects.

A long focal length lens allows you to get an enlarged and the legendary Sun, on the other hand, a wide viewing angle lets you have unlimited space to carve. No matter what the case, you should try to avoid using flash.

3. Master the sunset exposure is the key for sunset photography

It is very difficult to capture the glory of the sunset and the magical light. Observing the sunset in a subtle golden tone, lack of exposure will cause the failure of the photography. Sunset needs a slight exposure to maintain its layout of low-light environment (otherwise, it will look like an afternoon scene). This is because the camera’s metering is different from human eyes.

4. Camera settings

Tripod: Set your camera to bracket mode. 

Aperture priority mode: Select the aperture priority mode allows you to adjust the size of the sunset in the imaging. The larger diameter of the aperture can make you shoot large imaging. If you want to get starry imaging results, you may need to set a smaller aperture value, such as f/16 or smaller aperture. 

RAW format storage: RAW format gives you greater exposure adjustment in image processing and even can restore the shadow in some details. At the same time, you can also better control the various parameters such as white balance, contrast, saturation and so on.

5. Photographic composition

Photography composition is in order to increase the interest of the reader for the picture and eventually attract the reader’s eye. When shooting the sunset, you can try to recall and use one or more of creative skills.

Besides, you can also import your beautiful photographs into a video with FLV format for sharing on YouTube, Yahoo Video or other video sharing sites. You can also edit your video by trimming, cropping, adding subtitle and watermark to make your own personalized video. In these cases, you can go to http://www.league-soft.com/ to find a Video Converter for Mac to help you convert photos to a video. By the way, you can also find out many conversion tutorials such as how to convert FLV to iMovie on our site.

Naples, Fla. (PRWEB) November 30, 2013

Brian Hampton has just released coffee table books that are much more than just coffee table books; they’re works of art that will benefit four worthy charities: the Rochester, Minn. chapter of the Ronald McDonald House; The Carpenter’s Place in Rockford, Ill.; the Salvation Army; and Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in the Everglades.

The books Captured I: Africa and Captured II: Everglades are the culmination of Hampton’s global wildlife photography, meticulously captured, printed on LexJet Sunset Photo eSatin Paper, bound and packaged.

Both are available in 12″ x 12″ and 18″ x 18″ sizes, which retail for $ 1,895 and $ 2,500 respectively. There are only 15 copies of the 18″ x 18″ version available.

“I don’t make a profit on the books, nor do I want to: 40 percent goes to the causes and the rest goes toward helping me recover my costs on the project. I want to raise as much money as I can for those organizations,” explains Hampton.

Hampton prints the pages and sends them to Mel Englander, Englander Studios in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to be bound and packaged. The books come in a velvet case inside a black box, to which Hampton applies the book cover image, Photo Tex from LexJet.

A successful entrepreneur and corporate turn-around artist who has been CEO of five companies over the past 40 years, his success in business allowed him to pursue two of his favorite pastimes photography and philanthropy and then blend both with the creation of his wildlife photography books.

One of Hampton’s shots from Africa, which captures a lioness charging through the water on its way to a kill, was the 2008 Grand Prize winner of the annual Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards, for which it was featured in a special exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. that same year.

Hampton is working on a third book based on his travels to Alaska. For more information about the limited-edition, custom books and the charities they support, go to store.brianhamptonphotography.com.









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