Information relating to this photography:
- Photographic conditions :
- [Funerary bark] Fuji X-E2 + Fujinon Lens XF 35mm F1.4 R - F/1.4 - 1/25 second - ISO 200
- [Sky] Fuji X-E2 + Fujinon Lens XF 35mm F1.4 R + HOYA R72 - F/2 - 1 second - ISO 1250
- Processing tools of the photographs : RAW file converter EX powered by Silkypix 18.104.22.168 + GIMP 2.8.10
- Optimization of the display : 180 px/in + MozJPEG
Keywords : resurrection, ancient Egypt, inscriptions relating to the sky, funerary bark, Labit Museum, Toulouse, Occitanie, southern France, celestial navigation charts, sky goddess Nut
Note : This photographic composition was chosen to appear on the front cover of two Egyptology journals published in 2020: i-Medjat n°15 and Les Cahiers Caribéens d'Egyptologie n°24-25. It is a tribute to their founder, Alain Anselin, who passed away too soon. Further details ...
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