Passion-for-Photos Monthly Feature! (August)#Passion-for-Photos’s monthly news feature!Passion-for-Photos Monthly Feature! (August)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Our founder, co-founders and contributors try to select the best of the submissions we receive every month. We want to thank our awesome members for contributing (& sharing your beautiful works with us) and all the photographers who accepted their photos into our group!
(If you’re not in this list, don’t be discouraged, there’s always next month!)
it to spread the love!
Lady of the Flowers by MariannaInsomnia
Bailando en el techo by ShakilovNeel
as faces fade by StefanBeutler Even Angels cast shadows by StanislavMironovSaint Lipka by theheartless
Soap Opera by gyaban
Bella Sky Hotel 3 by Nightline
Feature and News from my inbox #5 :)No news, no new contests, no new nothing...what's up with you guys? Not that I had any big news myself... well just a little one. I got my a new four stringed baby this week...YAAAY...or actually not so much yaaaay...with it's new strings and the new fingerboard it doesn't sound all that great, but, hey, it looks pretty nice, so maybe I'll post some violin themed photos next week.Feature and News from my inbox #5 :)2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Anyway, without further ado to this weeks feature! Yes! The icon belongs to it!
Black & White (and a tiny little bit of colour)
Man MadeThis feature is about man made structures - interior and exterior architecture of buildings, subway stations, other man built structures, and a little art. Again, these are photographic deviations from my favorites collection.Man Made2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The featured pictures are thumbnails so by clicking on them you are linked to the respective deviation in the artist's gallery. If you like any of the featured photos, be sure to head over there and give them a .
walking in paradisededicated to Lisaleinwalking in paradise3 years ago in Personal More Like This
we will miss you
Impact by Oer-Wout :thumb297287061: Scotland IV by julie-rc
devil's bridge by Artemisia-dream passing clouds .. by slatkatajna Final Season 5 by yv
Better Times To Come by ArjenCalter Sunset Embrace by I-am-Avalon Sokkelvika by Zx20
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:thumb154905043: Winter nature by sternenfern trees... by impatienss
To Engage by Nelleke Doodstil by Oer-Wout The End by Nelleke
autumn tales along this road.. by Artemisia-dream :thumb167447240: Autumn colors in Apuseni Mountains 18 by adypetrisor
wonderfull land nonostea by nonostea The magic path... by Michel-Lag-Chavarria nothing 69 by RedupReda
Spring Is In The Air pt. 2 by EintoeRn Deep Freeze by Nate-Zeman A windy day by Addran
:thumb113663938: Lonely Soul by AstralWind :thumb116007583:
Autumn Sun by GaiusNefarious Into Beyond by Oer-Wout t r e e by MaphiuLuta
Tree Dreamer by intao of love and shadows by Linlith silent trees by sabbbriCA
everlasting gaze XIX by Ditze Beach by white-white Warm Wisper by Astranat
day seven by arbebuk ......... ........... by magdalenawanli Far...far... by MartaC
Deviations under a 1,000 views: Cities VIIIDeviations under a 1,000 views: Cities VIII3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Patern by theheartlessn.i by DabadusHotel view by ChemicalAlia
City lights by taruaFour Stories Up by DPasschierred in blue by le-dmi
Food for thought by Azaleosmeine stadt by GrauenartParis from Monmartre by lostknightkg
Sacre Coeur Study II by lostknightkgFfm by korroxStriped by freMDart
Wander by EmilStojekWFC II by EmilStojekParis IV by Maciej-Koniuszy
Louvre Pyramid II by lostknightkgLooking Up II by EmilStojekSpace Station VII by hrvojemihajlic
:thumb302061052:Paris by Maciej-KoniuszyExit by EmilStojek
Intermission by MARX77smoked city I by iramSolitude (Golden Gate Bridge) by nyl
Shape Of Light IV by JtjintjelaarZagreb's architecture X b by hrvojemihajlicLjubljana 270310 - 1 by hrvojemihajlic
Insignificance Of Man by vrupatelFog by AnhenRise by EchoJ
Duomo in Milano by smatshLights of San Marco by smatshMidas Tower by Sllyvain
duality by trevgView from Rialto bridge by smatshNocturnal by Ryan-Bater
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FEATURE: January # 5Please fav the article so that more people can see itFEATURE: January # 54 years ago in Personal More Like This
Please by phoenixgraphixstudio l'epaule by quadratiges
m e m o r y b o x by phoenixgraphixstudio rouge by quadratiges
When Light CriesThe theme of this feature are sunrays. Because they're like tears, but they look dreamy and give me a sort of joy at the same time. This is how I feel: so many contradictions, problems, but also joy, hope and inspiration.When Light Cries3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I am a mess, I'm waiting for something and I am doing my best to reach it.
The images are not clickable because I made a mistake. If you want to fave them, you have to right click on them and select "open image in new window". Look at the new window's link: there will appear the name of the Artist and the Deviation title.
Sorry for this inconvenience!
...And some of my photos...
(even if they're not as beautiful as the others!)
magical placesphotography landscape colouredmagical places4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Autumn in Patagonia by michaelanderson Autumn without You by PhilippeGaravel
Autumns Road by HeatherWaller-Rivet Vertical Forest by sachtikus Jarni alej by tomsumartin
From Dust Till Dawn by davidrichterphoto Hidden Treasure by DrewHopper Aerial - I by octane2
Sweet Tuscany by XavierJamonet Karkonosze 8 by mjagiellicz Evening Mist by Desintegrator
Steptoe Sunset by parkflavor Dreamscene by MiniMonkey Mystical Sunset by melkanbassil
Trinity by kwerfeldein Bipolar fields - II by DimensionSeven
Horseshoe Falls by Nokdar .:Flowing in Colors:. by RHCheng Magical Ponytail by davidrichterphoto
Parker Creek by greglief November Rain by MarcAdamus :thumb170020634:
Poland 9 by lonelywolf2 Zion Narrows by parkflavor clouds-2 by lucifersdream
In A Dreamland by DREAMCA7CHER Beautiful Morning II by Mohain Follow the litpath by tomsumartin
Hopefully soon again by jchanders :thumb197867661: wild things by emohoc
with sugar on top... by vonrubinstein Aiguilles de Bavella by Prisma-photo Mt. Langley Sunset by narmansk8
Tuscany by Aphantopus Last Dollar Dawn by Nate-Zeman The last light... by XavierJamonet
Tuscany 15 by lonelywolf2 Badwater by nathanspotts Lord of the Valley by MarcAdamus
Green wheat by Chris350D Tuscany_165 by Marcello-Paoli Yellow and Blue by XavierJamonet
Thunder in the Silence by michaelanderson 1706m ... by vincentfavre
Welcome in 2011 by mjagiellicz :thumb1117181
..::*Best of August*::..Rules for joining & Submitting | What to submit & Where to place it | Our Current Contest | General Group Updates | Affiliates Blog, Contests | Outside Exposure..::*Best of August*::..1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
August has been a spectacular month for trees!! You members are awesome!! Keep submitting those great Tree arts!! Hope you enjoy the best of August!!
Nature Photo Contest 2014Nature Photo Contest 20142 years ago in Personal More Like This
We have changed the rules and select for future four polls -> 6 images per Category (6 x 4 = 24) because we have a lot of "equivalent" hi-q images..!!!
Nature provides us with a never-ending supply of inspiration for photography. Technical quality, clarity and composition are all important, but so too is a flair for the ability to capture a picture-perfect moment when an interesting or unusual lighting opportunity presents itself. Light creates shadow and shadow in return, enhances the appearance of a subject. The interaction of the two is fascinating. Light can make a subject feisty or dull while shadows can make it mysterious or terrifying. The position and strength of the lights and shadows always set the general mood of an image and showcases the creativity of a photographer in capturing their vision of the nature that surrounds us all.
For the past 4 years, our LightInsp
Stunning NatureThanks to all the deviants, who took so beautiful nature photographies!Stunning Nature3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
If you like them,
Arado Waterfall by skypho
Dark Waters by IvanAndreevich Auroas over Finnkonnakken by SindreAHN Stone Arch by ernieleo
calm.. by humannotdancer Asio otus by RichardConstantinoff Hunting on an orchid 01 by otas32
To Capture Beauty VIIAll architecture is great architecture after sunset; perhaps architecture is really a nocturnal art, like the art of fireworks.To Capture Beauty VII3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The great cities rest upon our broad and fertile prairies. Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms, and grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country.
Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts.
I Miss You by MyLifeThroughTheLens The Old Man by AlectorFencer :thumb297554158: Sunset IV by deoroller Evening Shine by michael-dalberti Old Fords And Farms by kkart :thumb196642476: Hungarian skies pt.XI. by realityDream Spring tones by iiinaa Farmers by TotoRino You Stand Out by Shalloway golden burn shines on by jyoujo Anniversary flower 146 by Deb-e-annwishes and whispers by jyoujo A night under Northern Lights by XavierJamonet Vibrant by MatthiasHaltenhof :thumb8
Favourites Feature # 2 - PhotographyI have decided that I shall do this feature more often; I always feel that the art I favourite deserves as much attention as possible. This way, I can keep up on the newest additions to my favourite collection, in a smaller, more concentrated way.Favourites Feature # 2 - Photography3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Every piece of art I have added, I have added for a unique reason. Please feel free to browse the deviant's galleries and add these pieces to your faves!
essencescapes in black and whiteessence4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Untitled-IX by Loran31 Untamed Decay by Eukendei
Zenith by Jtjintjelaar Defence Down.. by Eukendei Island by MarcinFlis
on a tiny line.... by denis2 :thumb275039409: SHADE by paRanOYiqzz
250807 by ThierryHuchet Shoreline by Jtjintjelaar Terraquea by fabriziotedde
:thumb197673208: Black Milk by MarcinFlis Seaside by laurentdudot
Baltic Sea, Study 23 by kapanaga Mysterious poles by laurentdudot O5 by gnazax
Omaha sea by pedroinacio dose by kevinsaintgrey Light and shadow - study XV by WiciaQ
SWEET NIGHTMARE by puken :thumb111785139: 100 by Bela01
:thumb109238051: abyss by EbruSidar Painting On The Past 1 by MarcinBera
Far Away by kpavlis :thumb277573196: 021208 by ThierryHuchet
:thumb125490568: 030309 by ThierryHuchet Scattered by salman2021
M.I.S.T by kate-art Choices by acukur Untitled by samuilvel
endless by matze-end Silence by MahmoudYakut Coming and Going by Markus43
Sharkfin Cove by sciph Ancient by etchepare home coming.......... by VaggelisFragiadakis
Talisker Bay by xavierrey Leviathan Study XIX by Pixydream :thumb175800768:
My Way by Pixydream The Island II by arayo :thumb109854175:
The Artist's Toolbox: Street PhotographyThe Artist's Toolbox: Street Photography2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This article is for the CR project 'The Artist's Toolbox'
Talking about an 'artist's toolbox' for street photography is simple and difficult at the same time.
It is simple because basically to take a street photograph all you need is a camera. Street photography is about seeing and reacting, you don't 'make' a photo but mostly you see, find, seize it.
It is difficult because street photographers bitch over everything and never agree. They argue about analog cameras against digital ones. Whether you’re required to look through the viewfinder when you shoot. If it is still a decisive moment if you can look at it in a LCD screen and retake it. They argue over which lenses are acceptable. Black and white or colors. Cropping or not cropping. And this only concerning the tools, let alone the definition of street photography itself
Anyway, since that nobody is sponsoring or paying me to advertise (unfortunately), I'll tell you that fo
Urban and Rural and Architecture - July 2011 DDs:iconcommunityrelations:Urban and Rural and Architecture - July 2011 DDs4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
July 2011 Features
Nashville under water by ZhoraQ
Suggester says; An amazing and shocking scene - definitely not something that you'd see everyday! Nashville under water by *ZhoraQ
(Featured by ScENeYmE, suggested by GraphiteColours)
City Skies by idefylogic
Suggester says; Great capture, amazing reflections. Really nice photo.City Skies by ~idefylogic
(Featured by ScENeYmE, suggested by dekorAdum)
home is where my heart ishome is where my heart is3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Ocean Rock by MiniMonkey ...Gardar... by XavierJamonet
Stack Island by InnerComa Narcotic Serenity by Ananyana The Thing by white-white
Carpathian Sunset by Pr3t3nd3r First light over the Veymont by XavierJamonet Black rock peak by tihomirmladenov
The Last Sunset by doruoprisan Ionion Sea 2 by sui400 A Place For Dreams by MaximeCourty
:thumb213561357: Monument Twilight by StevenDavisPhoto :thumb213560584:
Kendalls by InnerComa Yuraygir NP Sunrise by eye-of-tom The Golden Sand by DrewHopper
Texas Lightning by djohn9 Thunderhead by islandtime Winter Marvels by MaximeCourty
Emerald Beach Creek by DrewHopper hope for tomorrow by vally5 Tidal Encounter by DrewHopper
Iceberg Lake by narmansk8 Vikos Canyon by sui400 To the far peaks... by ivancoric
The Happy Isles of Oceania by michaelanderson Desert Light by MarcAdamus The Soft Sands of Twilight by michaelanderson
Scotland 02 by MatthiasHaltenhof Framed by Clouds by alban-expressed
Feature: CityScape + UrbanHello PeepsFeature: CityScape + Urban2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Welcome to the 9th weekly feature: City-Scape + Urban Photography
Next Weeks Feature: Conceptual
What is Conceptual? Any photograph that conveys an idea, like Love, happiness and anger.
Want to be feature? Send me a note with your photos ^^
Seattle Space Needle At Night by EndaewenMarry me in Roma by MissPoc
Sci Fi City by piggyphoto
Downtown Night IV by LDFranklin
Best of August 2013Here are some of the best pictures I found in August, 2013. They do not appear in my Square-features, that's why I do a monthly feature for all those great artists on deviantART who submitted no-square pictures.Best of August 20132 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Before The Storm by CapturingTheNightthis is summer time sadness v.2 by bwaworga
morning fog by hotonpictures
Twilight of the Gods by JoelBelessaDunstanburgh Castle by SebastianKraus
One by anoxado
Deja Vu by Oer-Wout
Architecture, Urban and Rural Spotlight Vol. 15Alabastra'sArchitecture, Urban and Rural Spotlight Vol. 153 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 15
Architecture, Urban and Rural
Black and White Gate by o0oLUXo0o
Geometries by Einsilbig
Future Planning by SAMLIM
Free Mason office Den Haag by MGW777
Grand Central Rush by AlexMarshall
trinity by 1510
The City at its best by Textures-and-More
Sultanahmet Camii by Trakonya
Paris 1900 by Stigmadjo
simple things by PurpleMagazine
Grandeur by Cluke111
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Best of JulyBest of July2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Rebirth by JoelBelessa :thumb385939591:
Pink sunrise by Wanowicz :thumb388265983: A Rich Palette by Brian-B-Photography
Last sun by PRibeiro
Limestone sunset by YorkshireSam
Jake 02 by Zavorka kitten by wilddisaster28 Mr. Gray by Kittengrapher
Rupicapra Rupicapra Family - Camosci by zaffonato Spotted Jellyfish by cheslah Do you wanna play? by Wolfling01
Autumn Reverie by alexgphoto daisy drop by Anastasia-Ri L I G H T by MartinPrievalsky
:thumb343176786: The Key by dkokdemir Louvre by error413
Last light in Dresden by hessbeck-fotografix Colors reflect! by Juddt6 Midnight Travel by FedericoMeuli
Ecole Blaeps 17 by yanshee Amor, IV by escondidaeye 186/365 by Anonymous-Art
:thumb379270283: keep clear BW by shadowfoxcreative 1937 Delahaye 135MS Roadster by ZhoraQ
Castle by Chiss-CupCake
Ready For Bed ? by darkHunTer2009 :thumb388647247: Sunward by Pugoffka-sama
Occupy Gezi ... occupygezi by dorukseymen EVANGELINE-Soom Dia Hybrid by Nightraven77 wings and wind by Snowfall-lullaby
Sylvan by MariannaInsomnia when the heart guides the hand by illdispose lady in red by Orwald
Afflatus by Ashitaro Pure innocence by Ave-51 Lovelace by Kendra-Paige
Blue disintegration by WilliamBrenes 1 by SaluteYourSolution Nightcall II Turquoise-sepia by FaustineMuire
Wild Berry by pholwises
Today, I am HeartbrokenThis past week our nation witnessed one of the most horrific violations in history. A beast that I refuse to name, planned and then killed 12 people in a theatre in Colorado. I won't go into details of how, why, or who committed this atrocity.Today, I am Heartbroken3 years ago in Personal More Like This
What I WILL address is the idea of our Constitutional "right to bear arms". The misconstrued perception of this "right", saddens and confuses me. The archaic belief that having a gun in our houses will enable us to "defend ourselves" is not only statistically improbable, it is metaphorically AND literally unsettling to those who live with us. A loaded gun in a house says,"I don't trust people", "I am afraid someone will break in and hurt us", and also "I am willing to shoot to kill another human being".
If you have a gun in your house and it is NOT loaded, the statistical probability of you being able to get to it, load it, and confront a home invader AND for the outcome of that confrontation to be positive in ANY way, is insignificantly small.
Photography UndiscoveredBy making use of the Undiscovered feature whilst browsing, I came across an exceptionally high standard of work that was yet to receive the attention it deserved and thus, this feature was born. Enjoy and be sure to check out the feature yourself!Photography Undiscovered2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Helena by AlexanderB Pearls of Wisdom by FlabnBone
Butterfly Portrait III by dalantech
Dio V by Wordup
gravitation by fly10