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Spaceship Earth Triptych

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

A triptych is a work of art which is divided into three sections. I took a photo of Spaceship Earth looking right up one of the pylons. I decided to use FX Photo Studio to make a few special effect versions of the Spaceship Earth photo and create a triptych from them.

A triptych of Spaceship Earth in Epcot's Future World, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida.
A triptych of Spaceship Earth.

In this case I used the same photo of Spaceship Earth. I could have used three different photos of the same subject or of different subjects if they worked together. For me, it means the three subjects should relate together in some way.

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Comments (1)

Barbie:

When I first opened this, I thought it would be a map LOL! When I was a kid, my grandpa would go to AAA before we would go on vacation and get a Triptych- which was a map that AAA would highlight to show how to get to your destination :) In our age of GPS, I am fairly certain AAA does not even do these any more, but just hearing the word Triptych took me back to my childhood! Awesome pics, much better than a highlighted map ;)

Scott replies: LOL Barbie, AAA does still do Trip Tiks. I had one done for an upcoming trip. They have two different ones now. The classic one you remember and a point to point one like you can get online. Glad I could bring back a memory for you in a roundabout way!

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