Today's Headlines From The News Desk 03-03-2015More Like This
Today’s Headlines FROM THE NEWS DESK
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3wyl ~ Times are changing General Photography has been a huge passion of mine for years and when the beloved ScENeYmE left my side for greener pastures, I wasn't sure if anyone else could ever fill that position again. We worked in sync, we were pretty awesome. And then along came 3wyl. Well, she was there way before that and we worked together on many things before we became partners in crime on the Community Relations Team, but she stepped up and we put our own touch on the General Photography Community. We ran contests, we created groups, we closed groups (when they no longer had the same purpose), we gave Daily Deviations, we argued about Daily Deviations (with each other, never in public!) and we debated and discussed the gallery structure within General Photography.More Like This
We asked you questions, you gave us answers, we created things based upon what the community wanted. We pulled CRPhotography up from the ground. From two shiny enthusiastic founders to a huge team of pretty fantastic people and
Comment Month: MarchAlongside our Monthly Photography Critique Thread, we are hosting a Comment Month this March!More Like This
Every single one of us deserves at least one insightful comment on our deviations. We have all needed to start somewhere and some just need that extra boost to really get going.
Our timeline is as follows:
1st – 7th March: Members of CRPhotography can suggest one deviation for a chance to receive some comments. This is a chance for any underappreciated artist to get the comments they deserve.
7th - 31st March: Anybody and everybody can comment on the submissions we received for Comment Month. More information on the day.
1st - 7th April: Comment Month is over, but other things are just beginning. Deviants who have commented constructively on over three submissions will receive a news and page feature and , and any deviations that have not received any comments will also b
Monthly Photography NewsletterFor many of us, there's a reason why we are photographers and why we choose to stand behind the camera. We have much more purpose there and we lack a desire to be seen (some of us) and we have no desire to be recognised by face, but merely by name. So what do you make of the Huffington Post's recent article revealing the Photographers behind many iconic images? Check it out here. You may recognise many of the photographs that the photographers are holding, but do you recognise the faces of the artists who framed them? Probably not. You've got the likes of The Beatles, the Afghan Girl, the World Trade Centres at the moment of impact and much much more. But we never really know who is behind those captures - until now. Would you like your face to be well known for the images you take? Or do you prefer being behind the lenMore Like This
Interview - Seniors Who Were Formerly CVsSenior WeekMore Like This
Today we are interviewing Seniors who have been Community Volunteers in the past
We've all wondered at some point in our DA life "what does it take to become a Senior?" And when we read the official answer on :faq29: We see that there are many reasons for it, but all of those reasons talk about a positive contribution to the community. Well, today :iconSserenita: and :iconTheGalleryOfEve: sat down with some of those former Community Volunteers who are now Senior Members, to talk to them and see how they view Seniority from their perspective. Our interviewees are :iconastralseed:, :iconmaytel:, :iconrydi1689:, :iconthiefoworld:, :icontiganusi: and :iconTommyGK:
How do you feel about Seniority in general?
This is kind of difficult to answer because I don't feel like there is any one feeling attached to seniority. Seniority is a really cool thing and I am happy to be a part of it, but I also realize that it's n