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We were so pleased that our previous journal received such a positive response.
There were many thought provoking replies and we would like to highlight some of them along with the artists in this journal
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Why? I am also a professional musician. In both music and art, I feel the greatest purpose is communication, or expression. For the artist, this is a means of release, but it is also the whole point for the audience; technically perfect music and art can both get boring quickly if there is nothing else there. Besides expression, a secondary g
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Jenny Said " Inayat, Lets do a feature on Water, We haven’t done it before"
We (Jenny and myself) have collaborated for many years on many groups
and she was right, I couldn’t recall ever having a feature on water.
Water in its many forms is a very common and often chosen element in art and many
times it is the subject. The many forms of water can invoke a gamut
of emotions and convey a multitude of sentiments. From thundering
power and rampant strength to tranquil serenity.
But we seem to take this natural resource for granted, and often forget how precious this
natural resource is
Welcome to a new CRPhotography (https://www.deviantart.com/crphotography) project wherein I will be shedding light on the behind the scenes process of your favorite photographs here on DeviantArt! Each month the series will sync with CRP's monthly theme. This month we did not choose a theme, so we're looking at a variety of photos. We hope you enjoy this special insight into these amazing images!
1. How did you prepare for this shot?
I was looking to test out a new lens that I'd bought and wanted to do a shoot that I'd not done before. This is an angle of the Harbour Bridge that I've seen many times before, but had never attempted a twilight, blue hour shoot
So, this is pretty easy:Link your personal favourite of your own work (uploaded in 2016) here in the commentsFave this journalA randomly chosen participant will receive 216 points from me on 25 FebruaryOnly my watchers may participate in this raffle.
Thank you all so much for your support and good luck!
UPDATE: Thanks for participating, everyone! I didn't reckon there were so many participants. The random winner is ...
FrancescaDelfino (https://www.deviantart.com/francescadelfino) with
... Stay tuned for more fun raffles! :)
For today's feature I chose two very different works, a fantastic manipulation that shows a great imagination and skills from the artist and a delicate and beautiful nude portrait. Please enjoy.
by KarimFakhoury (https://www.deviantart.com/karimfakhoury)
by DanHecho (https://www.deviantart.com/danhecho)
I'll be travelling in Japan for the next 3 weeks so won't be posting or replying much for a little while. Looking forward to visiting some great locations and hopefully getting some nice shots to share with you all here on DA.
See you in a few weeks. :)
I had a photo selected as a Daily Deviation today and to celebrate, I'm highlighting a fewof the best Architecture and Urban photos I've collected as favourites over the past few months. These shots are some that have inspired my photography as well as some that have that extra something that sets them apart from the run of the mill photography. I'd also like to thank my watchers and the artists whose work on DA that I love looking at every day.
I hope you enjoy the feature and if you like some of these add them as favourites to your own collections and thank the artists with a comment or two.
To celebrate cracking 100 watchers I thought I'd create a feature highlighting some of the work that has inspired my nature/travel photography over the last little while. Thanks to all the great artists whose work appears here as they have really helped me think about the sort of shots I take and the way that I take them. I hope you enjoy the feature.