Midweek features & Happy EasterHoi!Midweek features & Happy Easter2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hope you are all well & looking forward to the Easter holidays (if celebrated) Naturally I will be avoiding the chocolate this year, not good for the diet I have managed to fit into a pair of jeans I used to wear about 6 years ago, so it's definitely working, I still have the ass of a baboon, that will never disappear, I was born with it, the good news is the spare tyre I acquired around my waist is shrinking!
Anyways, enough about that....
Wonderful gifts from my friends
Some works randomly chosen from my folder...
Some great works which deserve much more attention.
Enjoy, comment, fave & watch these wonderful artists!
Heaven's Gate by Dani-Owergoor
All Is Well by rsiphotographyMermaid by Blackmoons32The Light Carrier by SweediesArt
Old fairytales by IgnisFatuusIILiberty by vivi-artAutumn whispers by scared-princess
:thumb293929876:Alborada by Brumae-ArtThe Winds Bride by sternenfee59
Always there by Lais-Pinheiro
So You Wanna be a Stocker?Welcome to the first "So You Wanna be a Stocker?" article!So You Wanna be a Stocker?2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I asked some of the biggest names in stock some typical questions that new stockers might have, in hopes that their answers will help stockers new and old learn a bit! I asked them different questions with some overlap in hopes of getting differing
Our interviewees today are faestock, Tasastock, and SenshiStock.
1. Is an expensive camera necessary?
Tasastock says, "No, but they are damned fun to play with! You can get a decent camera for a decent price nowadays that will shoot good quality images in the right conditions. Obviously they're not good for low-light or anything capturing movement, but if you handle them right you can make do with an ordinary camera, I've known plenty of people to do so."
SenshiStock says, "I don't know much about cameras, but the best photographs you can take are always going to be the ones that