Daily Deviation today! Thank you Ellysiumn and my friends for this wonderful gift. I'm always proud to share my work with you on this wonderful community, because you're awesome!
This was shot a few years ago. It took me a couple of years to capture the right light, at the right moment. I knew that valley would look great once I was able to be there on that perfect sunset. I hope you (still) like it
Celebrating 6 years on DeviantArt by Miguel-Santos, journal
Celebrating 6 years on DeviantArt
It's quite a treat to be part of DeviantArt. You don't always know what to expect when you join or when you submit an artwork. Nevertheless, one thing is for sure, there's a lot of love for art in our community. It flows and I've been swept away by that river, six years ago. And I love it.
I look back at some of my earlier deviations and I'm amazed by the amount of support I was getting, from people all over the world. Some of those works are still fairly popular in my gallery, so I thought I'd revisit a few and remaster them. Six of them, to be exact.
It's kinda tricky to go back and recreate old works, in my case at least, for two reasons
The journey to capture Change
Capturing Change was a collaborative assignment created by DeviantArt, in partnership with Sony, to bring together four photographers from the community, each in a different country, and have them document changes in their surrounding cities and cultures, using Alpha cameras.
I was invited to be part of this project at the end of October and was very excited to learn that I would be working with three amazing Deviants – the beautiful and talented OliviaMichalski (https://www.deviantart.com/oliviamichalski), from Germany, the ingenious darkdex52 (https://www.deviantart.com/darkdex52), from El Salvador, and, from Dubai, the not-so-beautiful yet deviously skilled MARX77 (https://www.deviantart.com/marx77).
Having the oppo