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    Attending the Colorado Springs, Colorado Lift-Off balloon festival, I noticed that many of the balloon pilots liked to descend and "dip" their gondola in the adjacent lake before resuming their flight. To really do justice to this as a photographer, it would be necessary to be either precisely positioned on shore or in a boat in direct proximity, so I decided to attempt to create a realistic animation using PTE. The last image in this short series shows my animation results. The balloon descends while flying toward the observer, makes a small "splash" as it contacts the rather still lake then with a blast of hot air begins the ascent as the ripples from the splash-down begin to spread. Of course there is the reflection of the descending and ascending balloon in the water as two nearby balloons descend toward the observer. A fun animation to figure out and create.... Improved Splash...
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    Orkney is an archipelago off the North-east coast of Scotland. We had a fairly brief stay on Mainland, the largest island including Skara Brae, a Neolithic settlement on the west coast of Mainland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Amongst places visited Scapa Flow and Ancient Standing Stones.
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    Prior to our customary autumn visit to the Scottish Highlands, we decided to take a look at some of the fishing ports and villages on Scotland's East Coast between St Andrews and Inverness. Res: 1920x1200.
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    In the 1960s the landscapes of the desert of Tabernas developed into a sought after movie location, well known productions such as King of Kings (1960), Cleopatra (1963), and the winner of seven Oscars, Lawrence of Arabia (1962), all used the desert as a backdrop during filming, attracting big budget Hollywood directors such as Steven Spielberg who chose Almeria for scenes in his blockbuster movie Indian Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) starring Harrison Ford. Sergio Leone, the director of the famous Spaghetti Westerns, starring Clint Eastwood, also capitalised on these unique landscapes, scenes from A Fist Full of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965), The Good The Bad and The Ugly (1966), and A Fistful of Dynamite (1972), were filmed in the western village movie sets as well as the surrounding desert and other well suited spots throughout the remarkable terrains of the province.
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    Wrong version uploaded yesterday. Sorry - senior moment. Maureen
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    Traditional villages Gurusina and Bena on the island of Flores in Indonesia
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    More holiday snaps from the southern counties of Britain, this time Devon and Dorset with, perhaps, a few 'strays' from the neighbouring county of Somerset. Res: 1920x1200.
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    Simple slideshow of holidays pics taken on a couple of visits to Cornwall, altho' I suspect there may be one or two 'strays' from the neighbouring county of Devon. Cornwall was the setting for the novels of Daphne du Maurier also the popular TV series of Poldark and Doc Martin.
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    An expedition cruise to Greenland summer 2018.
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    Some waves from "La Réunion" a French island in the Indian Ocean
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    Sample of a two minute construct using one of my Snowglobe styles.. Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep In Snow....
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    Just a little art painting for my granddaughter Lyndsey Williams.
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    Christmas Collage
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    A while ago I compiled an AV on this subject. Some of the members then suggested it was to short and that I should elaborate more. Well here is the second attempt.
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    The Subject is Exposure, the presentation was made with PicturesToExe 9
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    THERA is the Greek name of a volcanic island we all know under the name "Santorini". It is well know for the blue and white roof tops of its churches and its views over the volcanic water filled caldera.
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    A Sample Of How Professional Wedding Photographers Might Quickly Make A Show For Their Clients Using Only Styles. For The Professional, Time Is Money And It's Not Necessary To Learn All The Intricacies Of PicturesToExe To Immediately Be Productive. Hundreds Of Wonderful Free Styles Are Available To Allow Making Professional Animated Shows With You Photos Immediately. This Show Was Created In 15 Minutes And Although It Only Consists Of A Very Small Percentage Of Photos From This Wedding - Is Indicative Of What Could Easily Be Done With Virtually Any Number Of Photos. The Original Which Was Uploaded Here Was Replaced To Upgrade The Audio Track Slightly.
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    A PicturesToExe Promotional Demonstration Showing The Use Of Jean-Cypdrien's Book Style Which I Slightly Modified For A Near Vertical Perspective. Also For Fun I Used Dave Gould's Scrolling Text Style For Opening Text And Audio Credits. With These Two Styles - Any Inexperienced PicturesToExe Deluxe User Can Quickly Make A Similar Show. Buy PicturesToExe Deluxe And Enjoy The Tremendous Number Of Powerful Free Styles Available To Give Your Shows That Professional Touch.
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    My hometown is a remote little seaside village in South Africa. This is a picture story about Franskraal.
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    A Picture story of Paul, an elderly watchmaker.
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    This tells the story of Kolmanskop, a deserted ghost town near Luderitz in Namibia. The town became deserted when World War 1 negatively impacted the diamond industry.
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    Hello All, Been doing AV shows for a while and this one struck me as a fun project to build. The music has been an "earworm" of mine for years and decided that it was time to make something of it. As I volunteer in 2 science-related museums and am a believer in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) education, I believe this may be a fun way to encourage study in those areas. Enjoy! Feedback always welcome Cheers!
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    There is no real theme here, just PicturesToExe being used as a vehicle to show images that otherwise may not be seen
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    Through a little good luck and a bit of planning my Son and I were out in the countryside during storm season on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. This storm appeared very quickly from a hot sunny day. My son had his Mavic Pro Drone and I was using my Canon SLR. These are the images that we captured, with just one or two others added from other photoshoots to make up the numbers.
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    Red Balloons was inspired by the music called Red Balloons by Katie Melua. Fortunately, by the time this music became available I had been to the Bristol Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in the UK many times over a number of years, so I did have a number of images to select from. Many of those used in flight had to be removed from their original backgrounds. This was achieved using Photoshop's Layers and Selections. The cut-outs also had to be done with a degree of patience and care. We needed to make sure the balloon baskets remained attached to the balloons by the fine cables that hold things together. Another problem is making sure that I didn't have any unsightly halos around the balloons after they were cut out.
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