Contest + Features #6 - WaterscapesHello again!Contest + Features #6 - Waterscapes10 months ago in Photography More Like This
Before I talk about contest ideas, I'd like to present this week's features!
Stunningly beautiful aren't they?
I've been thinking for some time now about hosting our very first contest... and I want to know what you think it should be about! I've already got some prizes in mind, but I can't think of a theme. It has to relate to photography ofcourse. So let me know what you think!
PremierPhotomanips: August FeaturesHere we go again, the new issue of PremierPhotomanips' photomanipulation feature.PremierPhotomanips: August Features2 years ago in Digital Art More Like This
Be sure to the article if you like it.
Favorites by :icontolkienmaster:
Favorites by :iconmihray:
Favorites by :iconinmysolitude43:
Favorites by :iconpbxn109:
Favorites by :iconchryssalis:
Favorites by :iconbigfoot112:
Favorites by :iconvampy-note:
Street Photography DDs - January 2012About the Street Gallery, Street DDs etc.Street Photography DDs - January 20121 year ago in Photography More Like This
2013 AND A TIME MACHINE- Contest WINNERSAt long last, the time to announce the winners of the new year's contest 2013 AND A TIME MACHINE!2013 AND A TIME MACHINE- Contest WINNERS4 months ago in Literature More Like This
Judging the entries took longer than I thought and selecting the winners was very difficult as all the entries were pretty awesome in their own right. Thank you to everybody who participated in this contest, you guys all hold special places in my heart. I wish you all a happy 2013. Winners, kindly expect your prizes from me within the next 24 hours and the prizes offered by our lovely donors hopefully within this week.
The PROSE DIVISION winners are:
* Drum-roll please*
1st Place: Lucky Number by *xlntwtch
2nd Place: Here On Aisle 8 by *travelgirlxx
Pretty FlowersToday, we celebrate flowers!Pretty Flowers1 year ago in Photography More Like This
Freelance advice for the Digital ArtistThe proverbial DoorFreelance advice for the Digital Artist1 year ago in Resources More Like This
Many fine-artists reach a point in their creative practice where they would like to produce bespoke work on a freelance basis. Some may even consider pursuing artistic endeavours full time, as a living. But where to start?
The following article was a block of advice given to a friend, covering many aspects of operating freelance, acquiring clients and ensuring you have a strong online presence.. Check out the full article at SurrealPSD for the skinny:
Freelance Advice for the Digital Artist http://www.surrealpsd.com/freelance-advice-for-the-digital-artist/
Full Tutorial Directory
Our article archive is now gaining traction, so check out the full index for a broad range of photo-manipulation topics:
Article Index, SurrealPSD http://www.surrealpsd.com/site-map/
Free resourcesLAST UPDATED: 1/02/12Free resources1 year ago in Resources More Like This
I changed the layout of all my actions and added sharpness as an option to apply on your photos C:
Photoshop actions gallery folder
How to use photoshop actions:
Tutorials gallery folder
Any suggestions for actions or tutorials?
People who used my resources and gave me a credit in their artists comments are favorited in this special gallery folder here.
Thanks for using my stuff
Know your Basics - PerspectivePerspective comes in different forms, the most obvious & basic of which is the use of the word in relation to the appearance of relative orientation in a three dimensional space. At first, it may seem irrelevant to photomanipulators, (because, hey, the photographs already are perspectively sound,) but putting more than one photograph in context requires that you learn to see what makes sense and what doesn't.Know your Basics - Perspective1 year ago in Digital Art More Like This
The Technical Stuff
Perspective (from Latin perspicere, to see through) in the graphic arts, such as drawing, is an approximate representation, on a flat surface (such as paper), of an image as it is seen by the eye. The two most characteristic features of perspective are that objects are drawn:
Smaller as their distance from the observer increasesForeshortened: the size of an object's dimensions along the line of
sight are relatively shorter than dimensions acro
FEATURE - welcome to the ArtLandFEATURE - welcome to the ArtLand1 year ago in Photography More Like This
Friday night Street Specials v6.4Friday night Street Specials v6.411 months ago in Photography More Like This
A weekly selection amongst the images that were suggested as DDs
or simply impressed me and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
Have a nice weekend :iconbutterflyplz:
Friday night Street Specials v12.2Friday night Street Specials v12.21 year ago in Photography More Like This
Dosshaus... Animation!It's 6:00 AM in the Opera Nationale di Dosshaus.Dosshaus... Animation!1 year ago in Animation More Like This
The stagehands have not yet arrived.
The Diva has not yet awoken.
The little Harlequino takes the stage. Soon, he vows, the audience will marvel at the makings of his mind...
The nouveau Animated film de Dosshaus!! >> http://www.dosshaus.com/2012/04/tiatro-cinima.html
David & Zoey
"The Dosshaus Deux"
Neu Film - Facing the WindWith deference to Philippe GarrelNeu Film - Facing the Wind1 year ago in Film More Like This
Click through for larger, and more >>>> http://www.dosshaus.com/2012/02/facing-wind.html
Zoey & David
"Les Dosshaus Deux"
Square of Artist:thumb52768114::thumb57067908:Square of Artist6 years ago in Photography More Like This
The Lucky 13 (street tips)13 Street Photography TipsThe Lucky 13 (street tips)1 year ago in Photography More Like This
Tony Ray-Jones was an English street photographer. In the early 60′s he traveled to the U.S for studying for a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design at Yale. He moved to NY after graduating and got a job as an art director for CBS records but he was determined to become a photographer. In New York he became good friends with Joel Meyerowitz and became part of the NY street photographers scene led by Garry Winogrand.
Jones kept notebooks, a journal if you'd like in which he wrote down his thoughts, lists and plans about photography. In one of those lists, titled "Approach" he listed some tips for better street photographs. These tip are still valid today and can be used as a basic guidelines to better street photography.
1. Be more aggressive- just to be clear, this does not mean at any way that you should jump into situation that could become violent! In a way, this simple
PE: 10 tips and tricks not very known about PS10 useful and not very known Photoshop tricksPE: 10 tips and tricks not very known about PS5 months ago in Digital Art More Like This
1. Saving your .psd with all layers hidden makes a smaller file compared to saving it with all layers visible.
2. You can use the Crop Tool to quickly increase the canvas size of an image by holding down Ctrl + Alt whilst dragging the Crop Tool outside the current canvas.
3. If you want to see only one of your layers at a time, hold down Alt whilst clicking the eye icon of the layer. (do it again to show all layers again)
4. Holding down Alt while in a dialog box turns the Cancel button into a Reset button, so you can reset the values back to default.
5. If you want to just quickly check a very heavy .psd file, you can hold down Shift + Alt while clicking the Open button. This way Photoshop will open a flattened version of the file.
6. You can change the gray background that surrounds your image with the Paint Bucket Tool, just hold down Shift and make click on the background.
7. Not a very unknown tip, but if y