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YouTube's Piracy Filter Blocks MIT Courses, Blender Videos, and More

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Several popular YouTube accounts, including those belonging to 'MIT OpenCourseWare' and the 'Blender Foundation,' have had all their videos blocked. People who try to access the videos are informed that they are not available in their country, suggesting that YouTube's piracy filters have been triggered. It's unclear, however, who or what is to blame.
 To protect copyright holders, YouTube uses an advanced piracy recognition system that flags and disables videos which are used without permission.
This system, known as Content ID, works well most of the time, but it is far from perfect.
It’s not well equipped to determine whether content deployment is protected under ‘fair use’, and in some cases it even views white noise or birds chirping as piracy.
Over the past several days, an even more worrying trend has appeared. Several popular YouTube accounts including those belonging to ‘MIT OpenCourseWare‘ and the ‘Blender Foundation,’ have suddenly had all their videos blocked.
People who try to watch one of the freely available MIT courses on YouTube get the following message, which typically appears if an uploader doesn’t have the rights to show content locally.
“This video contains content from MIT. It is not available in your country.”
The message appears in all locations that we were able to check, suggesting that it may very well apply worldwide. In any case, on social media there’s no shortage of people mentioning that they can no longer access the courses.
Blocked courseware…
The issue hasn’t gone unnoticed by MIT’s OpenCourseWare team which is investigating the matter, without pointing fingers.
“You may have noticed that we are having some trouble with our videos! Please stand by. The elves are working around the clock to fix the issue,” they write, referring people to non-video content in the meantime.
Interestingly, the MIT case doesn’t appear to be an isolated incident. Another organization that was hit by the same mysterious blocking efforts is the Blender Foundation.
The nonprofit organization, which is leading the development of the open source 3D content-creation application Blender, has also had its videos blocked.
Ton Roosendaal, Chairman of the Blender Foundation, noticed the issue on Saturday and contacted YouTube. “This is most probably an error from their side,” Roosendaal said.
At the time of writing, the issue still hasn’t been resolved.
What the heck…
Both organizations have verified YouTube accounts and many subscribers, which makes them high profile targets. However, two days have passed and it’s still unclear what’s going on.
The blocking message is part of YouTube’s piracy filter system, but why it was triggered is unknown. As the original publishers, both certainly have the right to publish the videos in question.
Looking even further, we were able to spot dozens of accounts which show similar “blocking” messages. They include verified ones, such as India’s Press Information Bureau, soccer club Sparta Praha, and England Rugby.
TorrentFreak reached out to YouTube to ask why the videos of these accounts have been blocked but at the time of publication, we had yet to hear back. Something appears to be awfully wrong though.
The timing of the incident is interesting, to say the least. This week there’s an important vote scheduled in the European Parliament, which will determine the course of EU copyright law.
One of the most contested changes is the so-called “upload filter,” which is detailed in Article 13 of the copyright reform proposal. According to opponents, such YouTube-like piracy filters are a threat to free speech.
These apparent “mistakes” show that there is a point to that.
Ironically, even French politicians, who were expected to vote in favor of the upload filters, may now reconsider their stance after YouTube temporarily disabled their account following three copyright strikes.

West Point grad who posed with 'Communism will win' in cap discharged

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The West Point graduate, who last year posed in a picture holding a cap that had “Communism will win” written inside, is officially out of the U.S. Army with an other-than-honorable discharge.
Spenser Rapone rocked the military community last year after his social media posts were revealed, showing him wearing a Che Guevara shirt underneath his military uniform.
He is no longer part of the U.S. military after top brass at Fort Drum’s 10th Mountain Division accepted his resignation Monday after an earlier warning for “conduct unbecoming of an officer.” He’s leaving the military with an other-than-honorable discharge.
Army officials condemned the cadet last year and opened an investigation into his social media activity. “Second Lieutenant Rapone’s actions in no way reflect the values of the U.S. Military Academy or the U.S. Army,” an Army statement read. 
His open advocacy of communism attracted the criticism from Florida Sen. Marco Rubio who then urged the U.S. military to dismiss Rapone for supporting the country’s enemies.
The now-former cadet said the probe found him advocating for socialist revolution online and disparaging high-ranking officers and U.S. officials. The Army said it took “appropriate action” in dealing with the situation.
But Rapone remains unabashed, posting a picture on Monday showing him the middle finger at a sign at the entrance to Fort Drum, captioned with “One final salute.”
He also remains committed to the far-left causes, saying he considers himself “a revolutionary socialist” and urged others to join him in his revolution,
“I would encourage all soldiers who have a conscience to lay down their arms and join me and so many others who are willing to stop serving the agents of imperialism and join us in a revolutionary movement,” he said.
Rubio cheered the departure of Rapone. “While in uniform, Spenser Rapone advocated for communism and political violence, and expressed support and sympathy for enemies of the United States,” the Senator said on Monday. “I’m glad to see that they have given him an ‘other-than-honorable’ discharge.”
“While in uniform, Spenser Rapone advocated for communism and political violence, and expressed support and sympathy for enemies of the United States. I’m glad to see that they have given him an ‘other-than-honorable’ discharge.”
- Florida Sen. Marco Rubio
Military experts say it’s rare for an officer out of West Point to receive an other-than-honorable discharge. Greg Rinckey, an attorney specializing in military law, claimed that this opens an opportunity for the military to seek money back from Rapone for the education he received as he didn’t fulfil the five-year service obligation for all the graduates.
“I knew there could be repercussions,” said Rapone, who’s becoming a prominent far-left advocate and will be speaking at a conference for socialism next month. “Of course my military career is dead in the water. On the other hand, many people reached out and showed me support. There are a lot of veterans both active duty and not that feel like I do.”

Parking dispute gets medieval as men battle with sword

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A neighborhood parking dispute in Somerset County turned bloody after a man pulled a sword from his car and began slashing at another man who was swinging a 4-foot contractor's level, authorities said.
The battle unfolded around 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the area of Knopf Street and North 9th Avenue in Manville, according to the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office.
Jared Razzano, 35, the alleged swordsman, faces multiple charges including second-degree aggravated assault and was taken to the Somerset County jail.
razzano.jpgJared Razzano 
The 40-year-old man on the other end of the fight suffered deep cuts to his head and arm, authorities said. In addition, he "also had one of his fingers nearly severed as a result of the assault," Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson said in a statement.
The man was taken to an area trauma center in stable condition, Robertson said.
The 40-year-old was carrying a four-foot contractor's level when the verbal dispute over the parking space near Razzano's home turned physical, authorities said.
Razzano was struck multiple times with the level, "resulting in several bruises and abrasions to his back, face, arm and leg," Robertson said.
Razzano then removed a sword from his car and "retaliated by slashing the victim several times with the sword. The slashing caused the victim serious bodily injuries to his head and arm," Robertson said.
In addition to aggravated assault, Razzano faces charges of third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and fourth-degree unlawful possession of a weapon.

Americans own 40 percent of world's firearms: study

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Americans make up only four percent of the global population but they own 40 percent of the world's firearms, a new study said Monday.
There are more than one billion firearms in the world but 85 percent of those are in the hands of civilians, with the remainder held by law enforcement and the military, according to the Small Arms Survey.
The survey, produced by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, says it bases its estimates based on multiple sources, including civilian firearms registration data from 133 countries and territories and survey results in 56 countries.
Of the 857 million guns owned by civilians, 393 million are in the United States - more than all of the firearms held by ordinary citizens in the other top 25 countries combined.
"The biggest force pushing up gun ownership around the world is civilian ownership in the United States," said Aaron Karp, one of the authors of the report which compiles new data from the last ten years.
"Ordinary American people buy approximately 14 million new and imported guns every year," Karp told a news conference at UN headquarters in New York.
Americans have access to powerful firearms that are not available in many other countries due to tighter legislation.
"Why are they buying them? That's another debate. Above all, they are buying them probably because they can. The American market is extraordinarily permissive," he said.
Gun ownership rates vary across the world, with 121 firearms for every 100 residents in the United States compared to 53 in Yemen, 39 in Montenegro, and 35 in Canada.
Japan and Indonesia are at the other end of the spectrum with less than one firearm per 100 people.
Only 28 countries released information on their military stockpiles while 28 nations offered information the firearms owned by law enforcement agencies.
Civilian firearms registration data was available for 133 countries and territories. Survey results were used

Boeing 747 Airplane Hotel in Costa Rica

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What can you do with an old Boeing 727? You can sent it to a junkyard or you can rebuild it, refurbish and turn it into a hotel, like the Costa Verde Hotel in Costa Rica.
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The airplane in question, a 1965 model, spent decades flying as part of the South African Airways, and later Columbia’s Avianca Airlines, fleet. When it was time for the plane to be retired a group of investors bought it and flew it to San Jose. From there the plane was divided to five sections so that trucks could transport it 150 kilometers (90 miles) to it’s current location on the grounds of the Costa Verde Hotel.
The plane turned hotel, perched up on a tree offers an unusual sight for visitors. On the outside of the plane there are wooden decks above each wing with hand-carved teak furniture. From these perches visitors can spot toucans, monkeys, butterflies and sloths, to say nothing of the crash-bang sunsets over the ocean.
Inside, nearly the entire plane has been gutted and paneled with locally-sourced wood—if it weren’t for the curvature of the walls and the shapes of the windows you’d never know you were inside a plane. The entire plane is rented out as a suite that includes a kitchenette-dining foyer, a lounging area with flatscreen TV and two air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms. Rates for the 727 suite are sky-high  - $300/night in the low season, $350 in high.

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Flowers Under X-Ray

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British artist and photographer Hugh Turvey uses x-ray to produce compelling and insightful constructed images of everyday objects. This time he puts flowers under the scanner.  
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Lily, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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Pictures above is a Lily under X-ray.
Hugh Turvey is recognized internationally for his x-ray works and as one of the worlds few contemporary x-ray artists. He continues to experiment with the new emerging x-ray technologies to produce his imagery for projects and commission. The work is observationally perceived and is a multi-stage process leading to intense detail capture with some overt unique coloring techniques applied by hand.
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Seaweed, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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Seaweed
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: X-ray of an orchid flower (Stanhopea hasselvoliana).
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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Orchid
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Stargazer lilies, X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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Lilies
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Lisianthus flowers, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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Lisianthus
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Thistles, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Thistle
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Thistles, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Detailed Thistle
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Rose, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Roses
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Elderflower, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
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USA Office, New York City.
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Elder
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Anthurium, X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
T +44 845 370 2233
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USA Office, New York City.
T +1 212 564 8159
W www.barcroftusa.com
Indian Office, Delhi.
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Anthurium
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Honesty seed discs, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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USA Office, New York City.
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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String seeds
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Lilies, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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USA Office, New York City.
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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A white lily
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: X-ray of a bunch of 12 roses.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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A dozen roses
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Coloured X-ray of a row of hyacinth plants at various stages of development and flowering.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Hyacinth at different stages of development and flowering
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Lily, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
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USA Office, New York City.
T +1 212 564 8159
W www.barcroftusa.com
Indian Office, Delhi.
T +91 114 653 2118
W www.barcroftindia.com
Australasian & Pacific Rim Office, Melbourne.
E info@barcroftpacific.com
T +613 9510 3188 or +613 9510 0688
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African lily
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Love in the mist, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
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Indian Office, Delhi.
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Love-in-a-mist
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Rose, X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
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USA Office, New York City.
T +1 212 564 8159
W www.barcroftusa.com
Indian Office, Delhi.
T +91 114 653 2118
W www.barcroftindia.com
Australasian & Pacific Rim Office, Melbourne.
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T +613 9510 3188 or +613 9510 0688
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Rose
X Ray Flowers...***EXCLUSIVE***
UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Coloured X-ray of tulip flowers.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
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UNSPECIFED - UNDATED: Seaweed, coloured X-ray.
These mesmerising shots are the fruit of years of careful experimentation by artist Hugh Turvey, using x-rays to really get under the surface of things. The technique, which came about thanks to a chance commission from a musician friend who wanted an x-ray image, has been 14 years in the making and has now been so well honed by Hugh that his work is becoming highly sought after. The flowers are the latest in a long line of subjects, including motorbikes, suitcases and stiletto-clad feet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY SPL / BARCROFT MEDIA LTD
UK Office, London.
T +44 845 370 2233
W www.barcroftmedia.com
USA Office, New York City.
T +1 212 564 8159
W www.barcroftusa.com
Indian Office, Delhi.
T +91 114 653 2118
W www.barcroftindia.com
Australasian & Pacific Rim Office, Melbourne.
E info@barcroftpacific.com
T +613 9510 3188 or +613 9510 0688
W www.barcroftpacific.com