This is just a little note to say that I may start submitting some photos again soon. Times have been a bit busy and hectic for me over the past few months and a lot of things have changed in my life. I seem to have settled down now and as the weather is starting to improve I'll probably start going out and taking photos again.
I went out and took some photos of Red Kites this afternoon and I thoroughly enjoyed it so I'll definitely have to keep it up. In the mean time a big 'Thank you' if you're still out there :+devwatch:ing me - I do appreciate it a lot! :hug:
Hopefully it won't be too long until I submit more photos but I can't really
The past few days have been quite exciting because do7slash (https://www.deviantart.com/do7slash) and I have created a new CLUB here on deviantART!
We are both extremely interested in panoramic photography. Basically, panoramic photography is the act of taking lots of photos and merging them together into one large scene. I have been doing this for quite a while and I really enjoy creating large high-resolution shots of places I've been. I find it helps convey the situation to people who weren't there. On deviantART there are lots of great panoramas around the place, such as:
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There are already 2 clubs dealing wi
Well, BeautifulFotography (https://www.deviantart.com/beautifulfotography) have featured my piece, "Nameless Peak", in their Journal. You can check it out, along with some other great shots, at their Featured Photos #8 Journal.
The feature highlights "any photograph that is 'good' or where there is potential seen in a photo ... but doesn't make it into the club gallery". So I'm pretty chuffed as anyone who :+devwatch:s them will know that they have really high standards and that just getting a feature is still great news.
Our brief experience of snow has gone for now. Unlike the Inuit people with many words for snow, if it does fall in the UK we only have one word for it - chaos Glad you liked the snow scene enough to fave it Thomas