'Drowsy vibes' model videoRemember those shots?
Even if you don't, there's some sexy stuff for you again. A small sensual video test shot together with Angela back in 2011 on the same day in the same place. Never had a chance to properly edit and color grade it up until yesterday. So enjoy this one!
PS: Don't forget to turn your quality up!
NUDE ART ADULTS ONLY!Human body is beautifulNUDE ART ADULTS ONLY!4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
It is a way to protest
It is a way to show love
It is a way to show sadness
It is a way to exhibit
It is a way to open secret feelings
It is a way to express what you want
Nudity is beautiful
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Digital Hacks #1: Rule of Thirds GridHi and welcome to Digital Hacks! Digital Hacks is an education based series that aims to make your life as a digital artist easier by providing you with education, tips, and tricks of the trade. In this article, I will be using Adobe Photoshop CC, discussing the Rule of Thirds, and I will show you how to create a Rule of Thirds Grid using Photoshop. Let's get started!Digital Hacks #1: Rule of Thirds Grid7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Overview of Tools
Adobe PhotoshopPhotoshop Grid FeatureKeyboard (PC or Mac)Difficulty Level: Easy
Rule of Thirds
Before, I show you how to turn your Grid Feature into a Rule of Thirds Grid let's discuss what the Rule of Thirds actually is and why it is beneficial to digital artists.
The term Rule of Thirds, is more commonly known to photographers and it pertains to photographic composition. The Rule of Thirds is one of the very first things photographers learn about as it teaches them how to achieve well-ba
The making of 'Superwoman'The making of 'Superwoman'3 years ago in Personal More Like This
It's time to talk about how you can make the light and color work for you at your own home studio. And I'm gonna show you how I made this little set with mix of heroic and erotic approach. But first, some EXIF data: here I used my Nikon D7000 with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 (stopped down to f/2), shutter speed of 1/100 and ISO 125. Why?
First of all, 50mm focal length lens on a cropped-sensor body is a wise choice if you're not in a sports stadium but in a regular sized room. When framing from overhead to knees or wider it keeps the distortion of your model 's appearance pretty low, at the same time letting you stay close enough to feel like you actually taking part in something. The shutter speed of 1/100 at f/2 allows you to expose both strobes and constant light and maintaining the depth of field shallow enough to blur the backdrop a bit. And the ISO 125, well, it's just an increment from ISO 100 that I had to make in order to have a sli
The Exposure Triangle TutorialThe Exposure Triangle Tutorial2 years ago in Photography More Like This
So, you've got your spiffy new DSLR because you wanted to take your hobby to the next level. You've gone trigger happy and annoyed all your friends with that constant clicking noise and blinding light. You've taken some pretty decent shots in Auto Mode, but they don't always turn out the way you want them too. Your photos are sometimes too bright, too dark, blurry or (unintentionally) grainy.
This tutorial aims to help you to explore your camera's Manual Mode in order to improve the quality of your work and to give you much more control over the outcome.
The Exposure Triangle
The Exposure Triangle consists of three main points: ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. Understanding these three things is key to becoming a better photographer and getting the result you want. In my
About the Username Change and the Imeji CheinjiI never believed that name change would exist due to many valid reasons, but yet, they made it. Honestly, I've been wanting to change my name since long time. I'm in no ties or any desire with "Pearl" in any way which I named it when I was quite young. Also that name makes me sick sometimes- so a new name change is going to be a great, refreshing start.About the Username Change and the Imeji Cheinji4 years ago in Personal More Like This
So, yes I do plan to change name yet my icon will remain not changed to keep people to recognize me. And here I want to write a journal about being really careful, be smart and think twice if we decide to change name: to not cause that kind of trend where "Oh I got bored with that name, lemme change onto another" and making a'la Japan's trend of changes known as imeji cheinji.
Firstly, try to imagine, if there is artist (or active watcher, popular artist, active friend or even troller which you dislike etc.) which you admire is known under Crystallox2* (and you probably will notice how many people also call that person as "Crys"
What's the point of the 'report' buttonI rarely report copyright violations of my work. There are too many of them and I don't have the time nor do I care enough to report them all... When I do however, like today, I always seem to get a response that hasn't addressed the issue at all.. Example.. today I get a message back from my violation report asking me to submit a DMCA takedown notice... (isn't reporting a violation of my own work essentially the same thing?) why do they even staff employees to work on copyright issues if all they do is tell you to submit a DMCA takedown. Seems like they want to send you through the extra trouble so that you just let it go so they don't have to delete anything. I for one am not really all that concerned about theft of my low res images, but It's a big deal to a lot of people, and out of principle for me, I find it really unprofessional... You'd think a site dedicated purely for art would take the matter a little more seriously.What's the point of the 'report' button4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Sorry I'm not much of a rant person,