Here are some of the best pictures I found in April, 2013. They do not appear in my Square-features, that's why I do a monthly feature for all those great artists on deviantART who submitted no-square pictures. Enjoy!
Thank you for these beautiful artworks.
Do you have any suggestions for pictures which should be featured next time? Send me a link or a thumb in a note. :aww:
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Sorry for not being around much these days. I hope I returned all messages - at least.
This summer, I've been busy traveling through the Pyrenees, met up with my good friend Brian Rueb to tackle Cinque Terre (a stretch of the Italian coast that begs to be photographed), Venice and some pretty amazing spots in the Bavarian Alps. Albeit weather did not cooperate much at all, it was a very fruitful trip; and now enjoy what's probably the most intense fall color in the past 50 years, or so I've been told.
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Sorry for the absence as of late. Things have been fairly crazy around the office but here's some exciting news for me. (and I hope it's somewhat interesting for at least some of you, too.)
Since its launch, I have been active on Google+. Recently, the great photographer Ivan Makarov announced an idea to make a book featuring the growing community of Google+ photographers, offer it for sale and donate the profits to a charity.
Fast forward a couple of weeks, amazing efforts on the side of Ivan and the 15 volunteers helping putting this together, 523 contributing photographers, countless votes, discussions an
Hey folks, been some time since my last little update and due to the restricted time, this will just be a short link to an interview I recently gave for Tristan Jud's blog called RAW. So if you want to know a little more about me, how I started photography and what my favorite images are, head over to raw.tristanjud.com/2011/06/interview-with-david-richter and share with friends if you like.
I was wondering how long you have been taken photographs? And if it was ok if I posted some of your work on Tumblr, I will cite you of course. I have started a blog called 'Is it Craft, Art, or Design' and was hoping to place three or four in a post together as my first photography installment. Thanks for your time.