Photographing Fireworks: Equipment EssentialsI've written a few articles over the past few years about Photographing Fireworks - it can never hurt to emphasize a point again so hopefully some of you will find this useful. In particular UK deviants might find themselves faced with a firework display this evening - the perfect opportunity to test out the tools within this article!More Like This
Tripods can be cheap or pricey. If you're looking for something decent, expect to pay a price! If you're unsure whether you can justify getting a tripod just to shoot fireworks then check out this article that I wrote - Tripod or Not? There's also a nifty DIY tripod trick you can try which I've written about here - but for fireworks, you need stability.
Places #14: October Facebook FeaturesDid you know that Sense-Create-lnspire has also a FACEBOOK PAGE ?More Like This
One specific part of our FB page is dedicated to Landscapes & Scenery category, artwork album Places. Every other day a new artwork is featured there.
This is a summary of all landscapes featured on our page during October 2013.
Enjoy the view
The Timeline of deviantARTThe Timeline of deviantARTMore Like This
As of today, it's been 13 years since deviantART was founded. I've taken this opportunity to gather up some historical information with the help of Moonbeam13 and some members of the Community Relations team.
I hope you enjoy taking a step back in time!
Please note: it is extremely difficult to track down some events in deviantART's history (in particular, the first few years) and that some dates are only approximate.
August: tech13 becomes the first recipient of the prestigious Deviousness Award.
August 4: The first member-submitted deviation is uploaded - A Dangerusss QNX by dangeruss
August 7: deviantART.com founded by spyed, jark and matteo.
August 15: The first ever Daily D
Have You Met Zee Captain?More Like This
Sep 19, 2012 by techgnotic
The chaptered comic strip, has been collected into a 100-page graphic novel – and to the still-uninitiated:
It is not quite like anything you’ve probably ever seen before. The story follows “Zee Captain” and his sidekicks as they amble through a post-apocalyptic landscape. And while that hardly seems new and different, it’s the unusually superlative graphic quality of the comic cells and the Monty Pythonesque dialogues and leaps of logic that can become quite mesmerizing. Zee Captain, his face hidden by a gas mask that gives him a Darth Vaderish look, wears what looks like a Soviet Red Army uniform from WWII, and the strip does have nourish WWII feel. It’s as if the nuclear holocaust on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had never ended and spread to every major city on Earth. But
Rainmeter 2.1 is out!The Rainmeter team couldn’t be more pleased to announce the release of Rainmeter 2.1. Over seven months have passed since we made the big jump to version 2.0 - which has been downloaded over 1.3 million times since its release in February - making this one of the longest development cycles in Rainmeter’s history. But Rainmeter hasn’t stopped growing. Our latest achievement comes alongside a brand-new redesigned website, and there’s a lot to be excited about.More Like This
As usual, Rainmeter 2.1 is fully backwards compatible with skins written for any version of Rainmeter. You need only install the release on top of your existing installation. There is no need to uninstall 2.0 or worry about overwriting changes you have made.
Download from rainmeter.net!.