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Favorite Artist of the WeekOur Favorite Artist of the Week feature is back and will be here every week from now on!
I know we haven't done it in a while but let's cut to the chase and start off by
introducing you the favorite artist of this week!
It has been a long while now that I've been watching her and her amazing works and I think she could use some more exposure!
Her pictures mostly contain flawless nudity, double exposures, great use of light leaks and many more great effects that make a picture perfect.
She has also joined our team recently to provide some extra help and I predict she'd do a terrific job.
So.. This week's favorite artist isssss:
Go ahead, check her gallery and enjoy what I truly enjoy whenever I'm stalking her
The BoatSailing on this boat in the middle of the ocean of lust.
Feeling the urge to come closer and sink in you slowly, as my boat is swinging towards you.
We bump each other at the exact same second my heart bumps from feeling your halo.
As I get closer to you I feel my senses and feelings fading away from me.
Starting to drown into you, yet, managing to make a final promise before losing myself again.
Your waterfall is all I drink tonight.
Opinions on Polaroid SX-70So yeah, I've been thinking about getting a new camera and had a thought of getting my first Polaroid.
I've heard the SX-70 is a pretty nice one but still would like to get opinions about her if any of you guys have any idea whatsoever of how good she is / not.
Advantages and disadvantages, that's all I'm looking for.
Have a great week.
Favorite Artist of the WeekThis week's favorite artist is one of my favorites and I'm sure will be yours once you check her gallery!
Her emotional photos are remarkable and I just love each and everyone of them!
So let's cut to the chase! Here's our favorite artist of the week:
Go ahead and check her amazing gallery, I'm sure you'd fall in love with it
With much ,
Help Us Become A Super GroupAs the months pass I wonder more and more what's missing in the group, I came to a decision
becoming a Super Group could be terrific, but we need some help with that!
So if you want to help us in order to improve the group just go to :iconWickedMirage: profile and donate!
Now you probably ask yourself, why would you, right?
As you can see right now we're running a monthly journal and a weekly favorite's artist feature, yet,
we want to grow bigger and make events, contests, and many more great things that we cannot do without
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If you want to be a part of a bigger and greater group, help us become one!
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Favorite Artist of the WeekAlright so my busy previous week has passed and I finally got time!
This week's favorite artist has such a unique and interesting style of photographing,
I personally adore his photos and I'm sure you guys would fall in love with em as well!
So here's our favorite artist of the week:
Wish you guys a great weekend!
Milk for The UglyWatch depthRADIUS
By akreon & vesner
Imagine that you are a young social worker, dedicated to finding out the hidden and forgotten old souls who haunt the cold, mean streets of the city. You seek to report on their living conditions, possibly recommending they be removed from their roach-infested “homes.”
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Watercolour tutorialsAt Traditionalists, each month is dedicated to one traditional medium - July is for watercolour. Here's a collection of 32 very nice and well made watercolour tutorials and tips.
Everyone can contribute and post their own journals! How to take a part: simply send a note to Traditionalists and tell us what would you like to write about (or what art would you like to feature). We'll provide any needed help (including spell-check).
Watercolor paper Guide by jane-beata Watercolor Techniques by JoJo-Seames Watercoloring tips by dodostad
Nelson Mandela, Images Speak for The Silent VoiceWatch depthRADIUS
When image must speak for the silenced voice
Ruth is the Editor-In-Chief of MILK Books and PQ Blackwell Ltd., based in Auckland, New Zealand, publishers of Mandela: The Authorized Portrait—a photographic history of the great man. Ruth's heartfelt and insightful article represents the intersection of the artistic and the newsworthy. De
Batgirl's New Redesign has Lots of Fans (art)
DC just released images of Batgirl's new costume, and deviants have been creating fan art like crazy!
Deviant babsdraws is the artist behind Batgirl's stylishly cool reboot!
Enjoy 60+ pieces of fan art!
commission - Batgirl by marciotakara
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NEW Batgirl by Hodges-Art
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Basic CSS Style GuideIntroduction
CSS is a style language used to define the style and formatting of web pages. It is used in conjunction with HTML.
If we think of HTML as the building blocks of the web then, essentially, CSS is the painter and decorator. Very simply, HTML defines the structure of the page and CSS defines the style.
What I'll be helping you with here is getting to grips with the basics of CSS. I'll be explaining how use CSS as well as providing a number of examples that you can use to style your own web pages and journals. All you need to do is copy/paste the code and replace the sample text with your own content. Along with the quick reference I've also written a brief glossary of terms and provided a list of useful links in case you wish to do some further reading.
A point of note is that while the information and examples I've given here apply to CSS use anywhere on the web, this guide itself is geared towards the use of CSS on deviantART. As such, and given that this h
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Manip AcademyIntroducing a new project!
Manip Academy (thanks, cristii, for inspiration for the name) is a new photomanipulation project inspired by projecteducate. We all love to learn, and we learn best from one another. Here's our chance to share what we know.
Manip Academy is an education initiative designed to spread the knowledge and the love. It is a collaboration between CRPhotomanipulation and we-HEART-photomanip. We will share tips and tricks for photomanipulation success. It is difficult to write tutorials, but anyone can write a simple tip or describe how they achieved a specific effect.
This project will feature two weekly articles written by the community every week, on Mondays and Thursdays. This will be an ongoing project within our community, and we hope that many people will take advantage of the chance to sign up to submit one blog or even just a few sentences to help the community.
How you can help
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Ten Portrait Photography TipsPeople & Portrait Photography
Check your Angles
Avoid unflattering angles, don't frame your model with their arms or legs chopped off unless it works for the image. If in doubt, fully frame them and do the chopping afterwards in post-processing! Don't forget to check that the tops of their heads and their feet are in focus. Missing feet are disconcerting!
Be the Director
As the Photographer, most people will be looking to you for direction. There's no time to be shy when you're behind the camera! Keep calm to help your model remain relaxed but make sure they're not made to feel awkward if you lack giving instruction. Pose them well, avoid direct bright sunlight and check out your background.
Eye contact...or not
Eye contact isn't always necessary, in fact candid journalistic style photographs often work best. Your subject doesn't have to be looking directly at the camera for it to be a successful shoot, but yo
Favorite Artist of the WeekThis week's favorite artist really caught my eyes with his emotional great portraits.
I find his portraits very unique and touching and I'm sure you guys would as well.
Here's our favorite artist for the week:
Enjoy the gallery and the amazing works!
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