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Despues de visitar las ruinas Incas de Pisaq, me imagino que Hayao Miyazaki debió haberse inspirado en lugares parecidos para capturar la magia de sus castillos voladores y ambulantes.
Esta imagen la dibujé en Perú, Julio 2007 y coloreé en Bogotá, Febrero 2008.
After visiting the Inca city of Pisaq, I dare to imagine that Hayao Miyazaki must’ve inspired himself on such places to capture the magic for his castles in the sky and moving castles.
I drew this picture on Peru July 2007 and colored it on Bogotá February 2008.
Hey you, if you came here from explore page I would kindly ask you to FAVOURITE this image. This would help me a lot Thanks and have a nice day!
On Explore April 11, 2010 / Explore # 4
16.04. – 10.000 views… WOOW!
—->For those who ask and want to take the same: Taken at St. Luke´s Tower, Tokyo
The cool thing about Tokyo is that it was built at the coast. So you are able to find some cool places where you can sit, plug in your I pod and just let thought strive. That’s what I did here! I just sat there for two hours and thought about how great life is. After these two hours I took a picture of course.
In the back you can see the Odaiba bridge which is a subject of various posts before!
As Tokyo is a very expensive city this is by the way a cool secret hint. You don’t have to pay to go at this observation deck! Thumbs up Tokyo!
Besides this you might wonder why I haven’t posted the last days… Well it is not that I don’t have enough cool photos but it is because of a lack of time. I should get someone to fix my university stuff whilst I do the things I like!
Who want’s to write my mechatronics exams? I pay 7 € per hour
Hope everyone is fine!
If you want to see how I made this (and how you can too!), visit my HDR Tutorial. I hope it gives you some new tricks!
Many people ask about my technique, and all the details are in the tutorial above. Others just come for the Photomatix discount code that they gave me since I am such a big believer in their product – that Photomatix discount code is "stuckincustoms".
You can visit the tutorial for this picture at stuckincustoms.com/2006/06/06/548/
The biggest problem was people walking in front of the tripod, totally aloof to my HDR quest. Since it takes five minutes to explain HDR to people, it was not efficient to stop everyone in the area and give them a short dissertation on why it is important for them not to get in front of my tripod…
Also, there is a nice gal that wrote a dissertation about this photo at Washington University – you can read it here: stuckincustoms.com/a-dissertation-on-my-times-square-photo/