Things you should do on DeviantArtA big hug to all my sweet friendsThings you should do on DeviantArt3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This journal is for every Deviant out there struggling to be known. Here you will find some advice on how to get more exposure on DeviantArt.
I have met so many Deviants who are having a hard time getting feedback on their work, be it favs, comments, getting watchers... Well if you follow these next steps, I'm sure things will change.
so here we go
:iconfellaplz: How can you get yourself known if you just sign in and sign out and expect people to find you. BROWSE DEVIANTART get out there in any category you like, check people's work, give them a a comment, if you like the artist them. They will come back to your page and most likely to do the same for you.
:iconfellaplz: If someone gives you a Plea
The Essence of "Street"PART VThe Essence of "Street"3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The series of 5 articles about Street Photography made by myraincheck and slightly edited by moi* ends with:
WHAT IS STREET PHOTOGRAPHY?
Trying to define a genre of photography like Street, it implies the consciousness that one definition will never be enough, or exhaustive, or able to cover the molteplicity of its possibilities and situations. Nevertheless let's try to comprehend the philosophy behind the passion for street photography.
Let's start stating that a street photo is not a photography of streets and it is not necessarily a photo taken in a street. So what does 'street' mean? Street is whatever background or surrounding, not staged, not posed by the photgrapher. And street is whatever photography which captures, explores humanity, the human behaviour, the relationships between individuals and between individuals and their surroundings.
"The essence of street photography is the impulse to take candid pictures in the
Street Photography for dummiesStreet Photography for dummies4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
What do we need to shoot a Street picture?
1. A camera
Whatever kind of a camera is good. Either it is a ridiculously expensive rangefinder or an unbelievably cheap point and shoot compact. Either it shoots digital or it shoots film. Either it weighs a ton or it weighs few grams. ANY camera is fine as long as you have it with you.
2. A public place
This can be out in the streets or at the beach or inside a hotel's lounge or in a diner place or inside a supermarket or a mall or a school or whatever PUBLIC place. This public place must be visible in our picture. And things must be happening in this public place.
Exactly, people! We need people in candid situations. Definition of "candid" from Merriam-Webster's online dictionary: "subjects acting naturally or spontaneously without being posed" Definition of "candid" from Wikipedia: Candid photography is best described as un-
Lewis Hine, The Spiderman PhotographerLewis Wickes Hine was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 1874. He became a teacher in New York City at the Ethical Culture School, where he encouraged his students to use photography as an educational médium.Lewis Hine, The Spiderman Photographer3 years ago in Personal More Like This
In 1906, Hine became the staff photographer of the Russell Sage Foundation. Here Hine photographed life in the steel-making districts. In 1908, he became the photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), leaving his teaching position. Over the next decade, Hine documented child labor in American industry to aid the NCLC's lobbying efforts to end the practice.
During and after World War I, he photographed American Red Cross relief work in Europe. In the 1920s and early 1930s, Hine made a series of "work portraits," which emphasized the human contribution to modern industry. In 1930, Hine was commissioned to document the construction of The Empire State Building. Hine photographed the workers in precarious positions while they secured the iron and steel framework of th
Sebastião Salgado, a living legendAs any boy, I grew up absorving the World. And the World mesmerized me everytime my late dad would bring some journals or magazines where Sebastião Salgado's photos were featured.Sebastião Salgado, a living legend3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I can´t hide the admiration I have for this photographer, this man that is still alive and living in Paris, and the way he changed my way of seeing the World, respecting my fellow man, seeing the light where only darkness seems to exist.
Sebastião Salgado was born on February 8th, 1944 in Aimorés, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Began his career as a professional photographer in 1973 in Paris, working with the photo agencies Sygma, Gamma, and Magnum Photos until 1994, when he and Lélia Wanick Salgado formed Amazonas images, an agency created exclusively for his work.
He is a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and an honorary member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United States.
Uses Leica, most of the time he uses 28mm, 35mm and 60mm lenses (one for each camera body). He use
Decisive Moment vs Moment to DecideHenri Cartier-Bresson defines "The Decisive Moment" as follows:Decisive Moment vs Moment to Decide3 years ago in Personal More Like This
"There is a creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition when to click the camera. That is the moment the photographer is creative. Oop! The Moment! Once you miss it, it is gone forever."
However, Henri Cartier-Bresson didn't only take one single photograph when he saw a decisive moment ready to happen (David Hurn refers to this as a "pregnant moment") but rather took several images of the same scene.
That truth is reinforced by the fact that "Gare" is one of only two photographs I know of that Cartier-Bresson cropped. There was a fence off to the left, and he didn't have time to move to the right before it was time to shoot.
You can see the original, un-cropped version in his book, Henri Cartier Bresson: Scrapbook.
If you look carefully at the masters work like Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, or
David Peat's street photographyDavid Peat is an award-winning documentary film-maker from Scotland. Travelling across the globe for the past 40 years, he has also been building a huge portfolio from his passion for street photography.David Peat's street photography4 years ago in Personal More Like This
But the 64-year-old had never enlarged any of the pictures beyond tiny contact sheets until two years ago, when he was diagnosed with Myeloma, an incurable cancer.
Not wanting to leave thousands of uncatalogued, unseen images lying in boxes he began going through the collection. The photographs are now the subject of an exhibition at the Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
Obscured Photos: Under-Appreciated FeatureObscuredPhotos is a photography group dedicated to exposing obscured (unknown, underappreciated, etc.) photography. It doesn't matter where you are at in terms of skill; if you are underappreciated and you feel you deserve more recognition, you've come to the right place!Obscured Photos: Under-Appreciated Feature3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This news article features the best of submissions into the gallery, as chosen by our Volunteers. Deviations had under five original comments at the time of submission, so please give your support if you have time!
Our Lady of Antwerp by MsDeGraeve Door to Heaven by GobboE Desert - Antelope Canyon, Heart by elodie50a Tired love by Antrisolja The Thoughts.. by ChiFeng-dA Spring by feria233 Take me there by LilithXD The spring is here. by mcDarius Getrimmte Natur by feigenfrucht Saarbruecken by XavierSchneider Little Mischief by Dying-Princess Quando sono interrogata... by Enodia-Photography Decay by choconutjo Sagrada sculpture by Bibhou :thumb209374446: :thumb2
Matt StuartMatt Stuart is a British street photographer - wow, check out his site:Matt Stuart4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Feature #21 - Beautiful gifts and dedicationsWonderful gifts and dedications that I have received recently ….Feature #21 - Beautiful gifts and dedications2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Thank you all so much. I'm honored that you have thought of me.
On to the feature!
Grave by tamaraR Poppy by Sybile by LadySybile Kingdom abandoned souls by blaithiel Summer time by Nataly1st Jua kali by Tammara Diamondize V1 by CorentinChiron Silent by SylwiaS
The Portrait by vampirekingdom A guide for serial killers by Flobelebelebobele Graviton by ErikShoemaker Primordial Soup by gyaban Royal Jewel Nebula by SilEnigmaArts Enchanted forest ~Lady Dragon Series II by RazielMB Wise owl by TammyPhotography Sherpa by babsartcreations
7 Years of Photo Favorites. - Best of the Best FT.[Ignore the check marks, they're for my reference]7 Years of Photo Favorites. - Best of the Best FT.3 years ago in Personal More Like This
THE PHOTO PANOPLY IS COMPLETE! Feast your eyes on your fellow devaintART users!
I am doing what I haven't done for 7 years (barring a very specific exception). As a consequence... It's gonna be a big feature.
This is going to be a very large (666 images ...oh wait, now it's 671... ) collection of photographs. It will span across a great deal of styles. Stuff everyone can enjoy.
If you're featured, do someone a favor and favorite them!
May have side comments by images. Be sure to check.
[ √ ] Best Photos Thread feature:
These aren't necessarily grouped by photographer. They may have a different grouping.
I must say, these first two have a special place in my heart. If you have any industrial photography, respond to this, let me know.
- Very good focus, tone, color.
- Fantastic action.
Featured Deviant of the week! 10/12/12The Featured Deviant of the week is Lexidh Solstad :iconlexidh:Featured Deviant of the week! 10/12/123 years ago in Personal More Like This
she's very creative and have a good sense of humor with her photography skills. go check her out and save the cute cows. lol!
Orange pattern by lexidh Parting by lexidh
Too late to save him by lexidh How to heal a broken heart by lexidh McSad Family by lexidh McSad by lexidh Know what you drink by lexidh Your dinner by lexidh
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From Dusk to Night by Safek Breathless by crispybeans water and fire by nari-me Dew drops by Melonjuice23 This Beautiful Decay. by Small-Discoveries Girls are nerds too by IreneMartini
Enchanted Library by KteaCrumpet see.... by Spinewinder Sea Creature by 3001 All that's left by rosaarvensis Meditations by Suncut The Sphynx Cat by Diuxidx3
Information HQ by DTKinetic Commission: Austen blog by cabepfir :thumb324933172: Nostalgia by mikimikimchi Free commission/ Comic drawing practice by kkcooly Owl by chopper481
Porygon Z Tri Attack by MasterImpsy I am Imagination by widgetx Quick Portrait of Odin by BABAGANOOSH99 We Are Young by kabrex Growing Up by tiffanytong :thumb325512
First Friday: Issue #2Once a month (on the first Friday of each month), RipfangDragon features art collected from the month before from all over the site. Every artist of every media is welcome to participate.First Friday: Issue #24 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The art featured isn't featured based solely on quality, but creativity, effort, and aesthetics. Artists of every skill level are featured. We don't care about pageviews.
:iconprojectcomment: This article is supported by and supports ProjectComment. ProjectComment is a Group of many projects centered around comments, but, more importantly, constructive comments. If you see a piece of art featured that you like, don't just favorite it! Leave it a comment!
This month's features are from August 2011.
Mau5in Around - Page11 by TwodeeWeaver :thumb252881196: :thumb2542
Love - Contest Announcement :iconPhotographersDream:Love - Contest Announcement3 years ago in Personal More Like This
PhotographersDream is holding a contest
Get your cameras and get shooting, Premium Memberships are at stake!
As you may already have guessed, the theme for the contest is Love
This is a really versatile theme and you can to a lot with it - your entry might be a couple in love, someone you love, a pet you love, or a place that is special to you.
In case you're still stuck, here are some examples to help you (although with a bit of imagination you'll be able to come up with many more possibilites):
This contest will have three winners but not in the regular first, second, and third place manner. Instead, there are three categories and a single winner for each.
Goes to a winner without
Weekly Light Hunters Feature #44:iconvenatoreslucis:Weekly Light Hunters Feature #442 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Best of Photography IIHere's a little collection with the best of photography I have found recently!Best of Photography II1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Natural feelings by Sortvind
Bastei 4 by MatthiasHaltenhofVine road in fog by Febo-theRealOne
Drown in two drops of water... by julie-rc
___ by windrides
Up and Above by VerticalDubaiElemental Force by TobiasRichter
.2 by vadalein
uhecnm by HeySun
WAY OF LOVE by cetroboLike a lady by ScarletteDeath
The flame by ScarletteDeath
Best of BritishWe may not get many points in The Eurovision Song Contest, we might not understand ambiguous sense of humours, perhaps we don't even get why Europeans have to reserve sunbeds with towels when they're on holiday - but we know how to throw a damn good party for our Queen of Sixty Years. Without further ado I give you...Best of British3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
The Best of Britain
Day 153: The Villagers Jubilee by Kaz-D
Jubilee Street Party 2 by NickStarwind89
Agile Union Jack by QuakerOatsGuy
Union Jack. by Perfectly--Imperfect
Did someone say Jam and Scone? by WilliamEckloff
Keep Calm And Love On by New-Afnan
Fly the Union Jack - Jump 83 by escaped-emotions
Tea break by janisDA
- Union - by XMoonLilyX
Piccadilly Circus by MarcoRibbe-de
Union Jack by smithmar01
England by dimage
England fOrlife... by Lolly-Me
English student by B-ettie
Keep Calm by nyrcallahan24
keep calm and drink tea by BiscuiTsi
Keep Calm by Balakov
Feature #12Missing a week leads to a MASSIVE feature. I think I'm exhausted now. Enjoy!Feature #122 years ago in Personal More Like This
Integration by Julie-de-Waroquier Nonexistent by Methyss Carnimirie by EmberRoseArt Painted In Pastels by kkart Altes Museum Berlin by BiBiARTs Blue horizon by vimark Without Return by vampirekingdom Malvina by VarLa-art The shadows are fallen As they by caddman Early Morning Gosling March by thrumyeye Apple Blossom by Foxfires :thumb367951574: Princess and the Frog by FictionChick Dragonsbane by kuschelirmel :thumb367973805: Red ridding hood by mahmoodalkhaja LotusLand by Doucesse Lost Kingdom by Eisblume Dream of Venice by Le-Regard-des-Elfes :thumb367564642: Cedar Waxwing by Andres-Cadena Aubretia by SarahharaS1 Bambi by EnchantedWhispersArt Ocean Angel by MirellaSantana Drive by Night II by Val-Faustino Spring Tulips by CozyComfyCouch in moments like this by Lhianne Three-Eyed Crow by ErikShoemaker Key of Elrond by MythicalFolk Spring time13 by malaladanila Spring time14 by malaladanila :thumb368140447: :thumb368147902: Fairytale Forest by tinca2 The Editor by robhas1left Deep into Cosmos valley by kim-e-sens Kimba Portrait - Maine Coon Cat by Manu34 Cotton Sweetness by Valvador Memories by CindysArt Strange Innocence by saritaangel07 The Lunatic Fringe by RusalkaD Nigredo by BigBad-Red The Dragon Tamer by Phatpuppyart-Studios :thumb36753
toonham's deviantART Feature - 07/2012Welcome to the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth bi-monthly instalments of my feature of deviantART's great known and unknown artworks. Several artists have submitted works but only thirty artists and their works were selected because I missed the last self-imposed deadline. And now to introduce the deviants and the deviations:toonham's deviantART Feature - 07/20123 years ago in Art Features More Like This
#1: Staff of Magnus - Lightang3l
#2: Ingrid - pixie-souls
#3: leaf - Steeeffiii
#4: Garrus Vakarian - Jaybirdy
#5: Conan the Barbarian Cosplay - Sandman-AC
#6: A Big Bang - DramaThrills
#7: TheThrillIsGone - p-w-p
#8: The land of Arka - Heavenwill
Macro Spotlight Vol. 62MarcosRodriguez'sMacro Spotlight Vol. 622 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 62
We Come in Pairs
Mama scorpion with fat babies
Macro Spotlight Vol. 91MarcosRodriguez'sMacro Spotlight Vol. 912 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 91
Robber Fly - Stichopogon abdominalis
Macro Spotlight Vol. 77MarcosRodriguez'sMacro Spotlight Vol. 772 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 77
Tiny Lacewing Eggs.
Hog Sphinx - Darapsa myron
Drops of blue
monday features XXII.just breathe.monday features XXII.2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Legends of the Black Forest- Pt. I by TheChosenPesssimist untitled by milkychild
Nikkormat by LaurentGiguere Summer feeling by Rebekka85 first signs of spring by ncavee Mirror Lake Flowers by Candied-Monster
new life by justerZ Yawn by GabiAngelo Playful by rangan2510 :thumb364263488:
the longest year by deadendsoul Spring by Kaarmen Untitled by nairafee 14.04 by Somebody--else
distort by michellis13 air by existencia5 280527 by ephemeral-artifacts underwater by Nilanja
April 12 2013 20h00 by sarto-jr Vessel by manuelestheim :thumb364723916: .:SERENE:. by eeZoME
:thumb365268839: Rose by TheRaainn Garden Dweller VIII by uglybug The Golden Light by HiawathaPhoto
midnight dance by MookieKid Tattoo by RibbonBlack Purple and green. by herosquirrel maternity by virtualgadjo
please, as always, show these artists some love&appreciation.
have an awesome week.
Discover-Art FeaturesToday is the grand opening of :icondiscover-art:Discover-Art Features4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
More information about the group here: http://haneiy.deviantart.com/journal/Grand-Opening-of-Discover-Art-261035521
Basically, we are a group that provides online lessons, payment for teachers, exposure for artists and criticism for every piece submitted!
This is our monthly feature
Members get a paragraph written about their work as well as being first up on the feature list. Join :iconDiscover-Art: to get featured!
A photo manipulation created by: :iconhobbnob1:
Title: Summer Glau Na'vi
This is a beautiful photo-manipulation especially for someone who has just started off with PS. The blend of colours and the blue skin that follows with the curves on the face is beautiful and looks realistic. The hair seems to be coming out from the darkness and adds a supernatural feature to this artwork.
A digital drawing made by: :iconflyingdeadbirds:
A wonderful artw