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Digital Art Spotlight Vol. 08

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 25, 2018, 5:00 AM


The Proud by Develv
Early Morning Walk by umbatman
The Watchtower by andreasrocha
Sylvanas Windrunner by JessiBeans
Mummy Girl with Wings, Gothic Fantasy Woman Art by shibashake
Black Magic Revealed by Sceith-A
Interstellar by ChristabelleLAmort
Tide by Noldofinve
Exo Sistema by IvanDuran9
Smilodon populator by FredtheDinosaurman
A Country in Ruin by kevron2001
Blurred Mountain Drop by ChaosFissure


Exposing the Unexposed Vol. 110

Journal Entry: Mon Sep 24, 2018, 5:00 AM


Man On Edge by Nonparanoid
Craddle by MaGLIL
A Summers day in the Mountains by timbodon
Deep in The Woods - Skyrim by WatchTheSkies45
350 - Fluffy Fur by ElyneNoir
In the gardens of Lorien by EKukanova
Zebra by dark-beam
Reading Amongst The Stones by Forestina-Fotos
Denethor Spires by behindspace99
Cheryl Bombshell by Queen-Kitty
Where Dragons Dwell by TheFoxAndTheRaven
1128 by Nigrita


Sweet Saturday Vol. 13

Journal Entry: Sat Sep 22, 2018, 5:00 AM


If there's ever been one day of the week that's perfect for cute stuff, it's Saturday.
I can't imagine a better way to start your weekend!So let's activate Weekend Mode, sit back and enjoy some cute!
Happy Saturday!

Pro-tip: Come back here on Monday to alleviate your case of the "Monday's"!

Conure and Cockatiel by FleetingEmber

Rabbit by Berlin-Steglitz Puma - The cat of many names by BeckyKidus

I want to get away. I want to fly away ... by xjames7 Wolf drawing by LauriieT

Lelik by Bastet-mrr

Baby Saw Whet Owls and Saddleback Caterpillar by Psithyrus Sea Eagle starts to land by MT-Photografien

Male Chaffinch 2. by Missy-MooMoo One More Time by Aliyska

My happy harvest by Kajenna

Walking on water by AdrianGoebel Butterfly on flowers by Hitodenashi23

Little white friend by irrlicht71 Family of deer  by LandscapesNSuchPhoto

Beautiful Girl by BadSkys

I told you! My right eye is fine! by TheEmpatheticCat Butterfly - Oasi Rossi by ExaVolt

The Young One by Catlaxy dressed like autumn... by edinaB

End of Summer by PassionAndTheCamera


Feature-Fest Vol. 152: Portraits

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 20, 2018, 5:00 AM


neon genesis by Ceecore
Warhammer FB -  Empire Lieutenant Klaus Vogel by OrangeRoom
Captain Marvel - Marvel Cinematic Universe by FioreSofen
Bangkok with love - colors and long neck by Rikitza
Safe Me From Harm by MissSouls
Goodnight, ghostly flowers... by NataliaDrepina
La Femme Fatale by MaySakaali
Help yourself by thefirebomb
Missing pieces by EL-LY
Boy oh boy, have I got news for you by chriseastmids
a drug of the heart by screenname911
Marianne by MariannaInsomnia


Colour Me Critters Vol. 17: Horses

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 19, 2018, 6:10 PM


This feature is part of 
ArtisticAnimals 
:iconartisticanimals:

Horses by AStoKo
In the night air by NATAnatfan
Sweet Filly of Cuteness by Dalgeor
Be The Light... by SamanthaDawn1
Sunmane by Vitaly-Sokol
Horses by lightangel2012
I don't understand horses by FionaHsieh
||Enjoy the moment|| by The-Day-of-Shadow
Mountains by ReynaBluw
The Nature of the Horse by Dalgeor
Matrix by Hestefotograf
horse by KHIUS

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PS: Please share from other artists instead of your own gallery!


Digital Art Spotlight Vol. 07

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 18, 2018, 5:00 AM


Border Collie by Seanica
Lady Blue Rottweiler by FleetingEmber
Moritz springt ins Glueck - spread 5 by Gnulia
The mountain of the archangel by 35-Elissandro
Watch your step by kevron2001
School Girl with Big Gun, Anime Sci-Fi Woman Art by shibashake
Axarra by BlackTalonArts
Business meeting by DamaiMikaz
The Loudest Silence by Bathoriya
Spirit Lantern by ChaosFissure
The forsaken kingdom by vimark
Deliver the Night by TamberElla


Exposing the Unexposed Vol. 109

Journal Entry: Mon Sep 17, 2018, 5:00 AM


-underwater effect - (_Big tortoise_) by 35-Elissandro
Ilux - 3 by johngate2014
HCL | Toss and Turn by Shotechi
Monster Hunter World: My Sapphire Star by Hachijuu
Black Panther by TheRafa
Pissing the night away by Ulysses0302
Daydreaming by chriseastmids
Ultio Sanguinus Cujus  - La Venganza de la Sangre by vampirekingdom
13th Beach Sunset by daniellepowell82
Swamp by VaalbaraCreeps
Warehouse by FantasyArt0102
2 by darkelfphoto


In Memoriam: MagicalJoey

Sun Sep 16, 2018, 7:49 AM by Yuukon:iconyuukon:
Yesterday I learned that our dear friend and valued community member, MagicalJoey has suddenly passed away recently. Jo was a sweet person who has inspired so many people during her time on DA. She was very supportive and always there for everyone who needed a chat, a word of advice or just a hug. She was a dear friend to the community. I've known her as a supportive person, an animal lover, and someone who was always willing to share her love and kindness with anyone and anything. It's extremely saddening that she will not be returning to us.

Ever since I heard the news I have been praying for her return, right now, I am praying she's doing alright, that she has no pain and that she has company of those she loved in her life, who left before she did. 

Johnny - The Dog Prince by MagicalJoey Khaleesi, the Queen of the Treats by MagicalJoey




God needed an extra angel in Heaven. Rest in peace now, dear Jo. You will be missed dearly, and we will never forget you. :heart:


Nature Newsletter - September 2018

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 16, 2018, 5:00 AM


Hello and welcome to the first ever edition of the Nature Newsletter, hosted by NaturesHaven! In this newsletter, you will find a selection of nature-related articles, features, interviews and so on that we found on DA! Do you have something to contribute? Leave it in a comment below!

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

- Albert Einstein

News from NaturesHaven



Art Features


Bullet; Yellow APN Adventures, Vol. 75APN Adventures, Vol. 76 & APN Daily Deviations Round-Up: August 2018! from JenFruzz 
Bullet; Yellow Thursday Tributes: Volume 27 & The APN Corner: Vol 7 from Amarantheans 
Bullet; Yellow Animals, Plants and Nature Spotlight Vol. 140 from Unkopierbar 
Bullet; Yellow Wild Wednesday Vol. 04Wild Wednesday Vol. 05Colour Me Critters Vol. 16: BirdsCocontest Winners & Feature-Fest Vol. 150: Landscapes from Yuukon 
Bullet; Yellow Catcatalogue Vol.#54 & AmazingAnimalArt Vol.#4 from lucytherescuedcat 
Bullet; Yellow Landscapes (Photo) - Friday Friends' Art & Landscapes (Digi+Trad.) - Friday Friends' Art from TeroPorthan 
Bullet; Yellow The Beauty Of Roses On Things Of NatureThe Warm Glow Of Poppies On Bright And CheerfulFall Is Upon Us  & Birds In Autumn from MYPeanutGallery 
Bullet; Yellow Pets ART Feature & Featuring the Artist: jojoesart from Ellysiumn 
Bullet; Yellow Meet Your Neighbor XV from Trippy4U 
Bullet; Yellow Featured Flowers from BGai 
Bullet; Yellow Beautiful Creatures from prettyflour 
Bullet; Yellow Places - Part 95 & Small Worlds - 86 from ElyneNoir
Bullet; Yellow Fickle Friday: CoastlineFickle Friday: Sun In Your EyesFickle Friday: Bloom & Our APN, Your APN: Flowers, Trees and Plants from Mouselemur 
Bullet; Yellow IX. The time when a macro feature was needed & Macro Photography DD Roundup: August 2018 from JustACapharnaum 
Bullet; Yellow blue breath from RichardLeach 
Bullet; Yellow Weekly Vitamin #88Weekly Vitamin #90 & Weekly Vitamin #91 from FrancescaDelfino 
Bullet; Yellow INSECTS from Dieffi 
Bullet; Yellow Feature - September 2018 from Vacantia

Interviews



Events



Educational



Community News


This newsletter has been put together with the help of: Mouselemur, DanielaIvanova, Endorell-Taelos, Yuukon

Do you have nature news to share with us? Share it in the comments below! :la:



Sweet Saturday Vol. 12

Journal Entry: Sat Sep 15, 2018, 5:00 AM


If there's ever been one day of the week that's perfect for cute stuff, it's Saturday.
I can't imagine a better way to start your weekend!So let's activate Weekend Mode, sit back and enjoy some cute!
Happy Saturday!

Pro-tip: Come back here on Monday to alleviate your case of the "Monday's"!

Rescue by sourpepper

Tiny Dancer by natureguy A Light in the Dark - Scratchboard by ShaleseSands

Lavender Dream by Wolfskuss Birds on a Wire 1 by EarthBalanceCraft

The Forests | WOTW by MajorMustang

Visage of Sweetness by TheEmpatheticCat Needle Felted Rabbit / Bunny by YuliaLeonovich

Phoenix by Hestefotograf Loriquet by aliasvassily

Distracted Little One by Jack-13

Empty Season. by Sparkle-Photography Play enough by Egor412112

Red Kite Scratchboard by AmBr0 Playscale 1:6 Miniature Tuxedo Cat scuplture by Pajutee

Nymphicus by Berlin-Steglitz

Space Bird Charms by Kosmotiel Colorfull White AT/Comm by AndromedasWitchery

Hungry by EmiliaPaw5 Hummingbird hawk-moth by AdrianGoebel

Gray Hairstreak by Monkeystyle3000


Feature-Fest Vol. 151: Photojournalism

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 13, 2018, 3:00 AM


Di Satu Lorong by mohd-izzuddin
Warbirds by AirshowDave
Bologna Pride 2018 by Groucho91
2018-221 Location, location, location by pearwood
Here Comes The Flood by Canankk
HOMELESS by SAMLIM
Pakistan Day - XIII by InayatShah
Cup of Russia 2018 (008) by vishstudio
Maira och morfar by mjochumsen
Ranes aout 2018 by hubert61
Air Show 2018 by trekking-triP
Untitled by xbastex


Digital Art Spotlight Vol. 06

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 11, 2018, 3:00 AM


Ancient Land by Pyrogas-Artworks
Urban Nights 2 by Vawie-Art
Maiden in the lake by Mayoroshka
I see you - Available on RedBubble - Society6 by Marjorque
Forever Awake by TheZodiacLord
Firestorm: The Enchanted by 1ore
River Spirits. by Zary-CZ
Starry Watcher by TamberElla
Underwater breathing by Kate-FoX
Aragorn - The Lord of the Rings by PegaNeko
Teocrit Forest by OneOut
ARMY OF THE NIGHT by Teradiam


Exposing the Unexposed Vol. 108

Journal Entry: Mon Sep 10, 2018, 5:00 AM


Almera | Reborn by AlexWild
Silent scream by TaisiaFlyagina
my heart is broken by ivtaya
The Dream Team by Neko-Raccoon
Merchant by 0laffson
tree of life by vampire-zombie
Have one on me! by Sahtori-Kamaya
Scorched Earth by ondrejZapletal
NAMELESS, KHATAR AND PYRRHA by elizahveta
Dragon Slayer (BookCover) by charmedy
Will You See A Chance by Mouselemur
Bern Cityscape by montag451


Summertime Contest Winners

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 9, 2018, 5:00 AM


A while back, JustACapharnaum announced the start of The Summertime contest, which was also for the members of PhotographyGuide
Below, the winners of the contest!

1st Trophy 
craftsbyblue
Midsummer Sun by craftsbyblue
Legendary by craftsbyblue Hidden Treasure by craftsbyblue

2nd Trophy 
RebeccaMArt 
Stone Flower by RebeccaMArt
9 - Lullaby by RebeccaMArt Payment: Arborath by RebeccaMArt

3rd Trophy 
SlytherclawPadawan
Macro #1 Watermelon 1 by SlytherclawPadawan
Sassy (Ghost) Hunter by SlytherclawPadawan Coconcert by SlytherclawPadawan

Please join me in congratulating the winners!
First Prize Winner 

Skin by UszatyArbuz

Sweet Saturday Vol. 11

Journal Entry: Sat Sep 8, 2018, 5:00 AM


If there's ever been one day of the week that's perfect for cute stuff, it's Saturday.
I can't imagine a better way to start your weekend!So let's activate Weekend Mode, sit back and enjoy some cute!
Happy Saturday!

Pro-tip: Come back here on Monday to alleviate your case of the "Monday's"!

Arctic Treasures by Vawie-Art

Fierce by musicismylife10027 Sidewolf by Siochanna

Kangaroo 3968-001 by DPasschier Crocodile by Mozakade

My Cat by TRIS31

Baby Deer by Mephikal Three fluffy lumps by Egor412112

Chicks by shapetales Comfy by D-structive

Portrait of Zazu by KristynaKvapilova

I won't become extinct by TheEmpatheticCat Curious by RawPoetry

Nyko by Exempeel Errand by ElementalSpirits

Creme by Arkus83

Paws for thought *gouache painting* by SiriuslyArt Baby Possum by Rrabbix

Great Grey Shrike - Paper cut birds by NVillustration Contact by xbuys

King of the World by xjames7



Photography ABC's - A is for...

Fri Sep 7, 2018, 6:00 AM


Selfie by P-a-i-k-e-a

I've been seeing the ABC's all over, and I decided to start my own I am a dummy! 
I want to try and make this an educational series, so something new to learn with each letter! I am planning on discussing history, techniques and a variety of terms used in photography. If you have a suggestion for a letter, please let me know! I haven't filled the entire alphabet yet!
I hope you'll enjoy! La la la la 

Photography ABC's - A is for...

Aperture


Aperture is an opening through which light travels. The bigger the opening, the more light will travel through it. It is one of the most fundamental aspects in exposing your photograph, while at the same time it is a fundamental aspect for the depth of field in the same photograph. Each aperture stop has a number assigned to it that will tell you how far open it is. Below, a schematic view of what we're about to discuss in this article.
1 by Yuukon
Important to remember:
Large Aperture (wide open) = Low number (2.8, 4)
Small Aperture (closed) = High number (16, 22)

Aperture & Light

When I first started learning about photography, my grandfather taught me about aperture and light with a little trick. He'd compare it to a running tap. If you open your tap all the way, a lot of water will come through, and you will see less (or nothing) of the "doors" that let the water through. If you gradually close your tap, less water will come through and you will start seeing more and more of those "doors" that let the water through. When translating that to aperture, if you're aperture is wide open, and you peek in the front of your lens, you will not see the blades, but it's letting through a lot of light. If we close our aperture, chances are you will see the blades when peeking in, but it's letting through a lot less light than in our previous setting.

It's important to note that you cannot see the aperture blades in all modern lenses if you peek through the front of your lens. However, if you have a vintage lens laying around, I definitely recommend turning that aperture ring around to see what it does. Below you can see an example of a vintage lens with a small aperture.
Aperture Mini1 by Yuukon

Aperture & Depth of Field

As I mentioned in the intro of this article, aperture isn't just to control light. Aperture also controls the depth of field in your photograph. In this case, a big aperture means a shallow depth of field, while a small aperture means a great depth of field. I know, I found that confusing at first as well! I taught myself a little trick to remember that, and I will share that with you.
Big aperture = Low number. Low number = Shallow depth of field. 

Small aperture = High number. High number = Great depth of field.
Obviously, this trick might not work for everyone. Just because it made sense in my brain, doesn't mean it has to in yours! However, linking the big aperture to low number, and linking that to shallow, which are both small values, and the other way around, has helped me immensely in remembering it all. After several years, I do it on autopilot today, but when someone asks me to explain, that's always the trick I teach! 

A shallow depth of field is great for isolating your subject from the background, like for instance, in portrait or animal photography. The shallow depth of field will create a nice, soft blur around your focused subject, which in turn will take away distractions. However, a great depth of field is absolutely brilliant when you're working with landscapes. You don't want just the one tree in focus in your landscape, but instead, you want everything in focus. When I started writing my Photography 101 articles, I also discussed this, and back then, I took a few example photographs of what aperture does to depth of field.
f/1.8 by Yuukon f/22 by Yuukon
Aperture f/1.8                                            Aperture f/22
As you can see, in the first photo, most of the background is nicely blurred while the rubber duck is still in focus, giving it a nice prominent place in the photo. When we shift attention to the second photo, it is immediately noticeable that the (very distracting) background is out of focus, which in turn, increases our chances of not seeing the duck, which is the subject, straight away. These are examples of the extremes, though. Here's a little schematic that has a more gradual perspective.
AperDiag by Yuukon

In Conclusion

Bullet; Black Aperture is used to control both light and depth of field. 
Bullet; Black A low aperture number means a lot of light and a shallow depth of field. 
Bullet; Black A high aperture number means less light and a greater depth of field

I hope you found this useful, and hopefully, I was able to teach you something new! For a complete overview of all my educational articles you can go here, this list is updated each time I write something new. If you have questions, do not hesitate to ask them! I'll happily provide you with an answer.
Paw Bullet Black (Outline) - F2U! 


Skin by Dan Leveille

Artists of APN: Aenkill

Journal Entry: Fri Sep 7, 2018, 5:00 AM
AnimalsPlantsNature
Your Home for APN Photography


It's not often I get to talk to a photographer who is skilled in shooting both landscapes and dogs- but when I do, I am excited! Introducing Aenkill!

Heather field by Aenkill


Hi Aenkill! Let's start off with introductions, who are you?


:iconaenkill:
My name is Sara and I was born in Poland but I currently live in Scotland. I work as a Technical Support Engineer so it's not even close to photography. Over 12 years ago I got a small point and shoot camera as a birthday present, which I soon upgraded to more advanced hybrid and them my first DSLR. I remember I really enjoyed taking pictures of my puppy, I must have been 12-ish at that time, and this is how it all started. Obviously, my first pictures were not that great but I joined on online forum and slowly learnt about photography and editing.


Frosty morning II by Aenkill Autumn by Aenkill


When browsing your gallery, I can't help but notice a huge diversity, mainly between domesticated animals and landscapes. Which is your favourite, and why?


:iconaenkill:
Difficult question! I feel like I am definitely ‘better’ at shooting pets than landscapes but I do enjoy both and they mix quite well. My border collie is my main model and also a great companion that never leaves my side when I go hiking. This gives me opportunity to try both landscapes and pets at the same time, win-win! But if I had to choose, I would say I enjoy pets/animals photography a bit more than landscapes. After all, who doesn’t like fluffy, cute and super friendly models?


Lochan na h-Achlaise by Aenkill Sunny evening by Aenkill


What is it that attracts you to Animals, Plants and Nature photography?


:iconaenkill:
Authenticity. I mainly shoot outdoors, using natural light only and my models are sometimes not exactly cooperative. This means every session and every photo will be unique, true and not staged. I really enjoying working with natural light, sometimes challenging conditions make me experiment more and the results can surprising.


Altis by Aenkill Altis the border collie by Aenkill


What gear and software do you use?


:iconaenkill:
I mainly use Lightroom and Photoshop for editing. Currently, I have Canon 6D and couple of lenses: Sigma 50mm f1.4 and Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 which I mainly use for portraits and action shots and Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 for landscapes.


Daktyl the Australian Shepherd by Aenkill Horse - loch Lomond by Aenkill


What is your personal favourite from your gallery, and can you share a little background information on that?


:iconaenkill:

Shake it off by Aenkill
I think this is my personal favourite mainly because to me this is a perfect example of how unexpected working with natural light and animals can be. I have taken it on one of the summer evenings at the lake and was not planned or staged at all and that’s why it’s one of my favourites. This is just a dog having fun but it turned out in quite unexpected way. I think it encouraged me even more try something different.


Ridge by Aenkill Buachaille Etive Beag by Aenkill


What is the most challenging thing to photograph for you?


:iconaenkill:
People! I think this is polar opposite of photographing animals and landscapes, requires different techniques and knowledge.


Altis XXVI by Aenkill Buachaille Etive Mor by Aenkill


How do you improve your skills as a photographer?


:iconaenkill:
I like to watch YouTube videos and read articles about taking picture shut also about post processing. Later, I like to try those in action. What I find very satisfying is going back to my older images to reedit them using different techniques


Isle of Arran I by Aenkill Altis the Border Collie by Aenkill


Is there something you wish you had known sooner?


:iconaenkill:
The light is everything. When I first started photography it was trying to learn how to achieve a certain look so I was experimenting with different settings, editing and I was never close to what I was aiming for. Later, I learned that you really do need perfect light because this is one of the things you will never be able to “add later in Photoshop”. In the beginning I was literally carrying my camera everywhere and shooting everything at any time. Now, if the conditions aren’t right I don’t even bother taking out my camera unless it’s just to take couple of quick snaps.


Sunrise over Buachaille Etive Mor by Aenkill Etive Mor by Aenkill


Do you have any tips for aspiring photographers?


:iconaenkill:
Experiment, break your habits and try something new. You will not always get it right but you will never learn anything new unless you try. It takes time to find your own style and it will probably change over time until you find the one that suits you and your photographs.
Learn Photoshop or similar software. Don’t just download actions, plugins and presets - learn how to use most basic tools masks, levels, curves – this is all you need. I believe post processing is essential part of photography and it has been there since analogues cameras existed. Your camera sensor is not perfect and quite often your pictures will need that final touch.


If you enjoyed this interview, don't forget to check out Aenkill's gallery!

Sunrise by Aenkill  Kyla by Aenkill Sunrise by Aenkill
Gingers the Cocker Spaniel by Aenkill  Altis in the forest by Aenkill  Glencoe by Aenkill
Altis by Aenkill Altis by Aenkill  Glen Coe by Aenkill


Journal skin by UszatyArbuz
Photo by The-Panic

NaturesHaven thanks her donators!

Journal Entry: Fri Sep 7, 2018, 4:00 AM


Since Yuukon has taken over NaturesHaven, many things have changed around here! However, what has not changed is the support we have received from all of our members. In this journal, we thank everyone who has send us any amount of points to support our group!

Thank you to Sassy--Cat, F-Lagerdahl, astridismad, Iunya, sannwald, aliasvassily, 3Y3TOY & JustACapharnaum 

The Sun has Emerged by Sassy--Cat

Count moments not months. by F-Lagerdahl

Obsession by astridismad

Giraffe and kudu by Iunya

Lake Engelsried by sannwald

YELLOW by aliasvassily

Feeling alone... by 3Y3TOY

I less than three you by JustACapharnaum

Make sure to check out their galleries and give out some +fav

Back at the beginning of the month, we announced the start of our Comment Month for September. We received a good few submissions in our folders here and here, so, for the rest of this month, it's time to get commenting! :eager: by darkmoon3636

7th - 30th September: Anybody and everybody can comment on the submissions we received for Comment Month. More information on the day.

1st - 7th OctoberComment Month is over, but other things are just beginning. Deviants who have commented constructively on over three submissions will receive a news and page feature. More information on the day.

Please note:


Bullet; Green The aim is to comment as constructively as possible. To really make this a successful month, we encourage you to think about your comment and make it constructive, so that it does not consist of one word comments or one sentence comments.

Bullet; Green Once you have commented on the piece itself, copy the link to that piece and paste it in a reply to this blog.

Bullet; Green You are free to comment on however many pieces you want!

Bullet; Green If you would like to comment on a lot of deviations, then please put all links together in just one reply.

Bullet; Green If you have a question, please don’t hesitate in contacting us.

Submitted photographs:


For quick and easy access, here are the photographs that were submitted to our folders:

Glacier National Park by Ewa5 Dreamy Catcher by SugarFirefly Devilish at Heart by organicvision
Struggle by ice4life Sahara Desert - Morocco by mydarkeyes In the web by Laerian
Lorelei by L1993 lightkeeper by waveystar Cream of Leek Soup! by Loffy0
Green by Rienet-Halun Mothra by LisaAnn1968 Strokkur Erupting by Daemare
Memento Mori by DameTenebra St. Paul by Madremonte Over the Bridge by Spiritofdarkness
The blues by VinaApsara Rococo Doll by MariannaInsomnia Night Stroll by AnthonyPresley
Tranquility by SunCreep Rhodian sunset by DegsyJonesPhoto Somewhere in the past by 13thring
As white as snow by wiwionart We Invite You To The Corrida - Panorama by skarzynscy Singapore by linakononenko
Breeze by bdrc Female Ruby Throated Hummingbird by ryangallagherart Champagne factory III by Lady-Penny-Lane
Some violet dead first plane (Donco #2) by dspiridonov The Silence by Metal-Bender Asbyrgi II by rwetzel
Virtual volcano by OlivierAccart Chey by luxwar Glacial Drift. by xJobO-De-HobOx
Entropy by Essential-Insanities Manicure by eslamelshatby Kyoto: Shin-En Garden at the Heian-Shrine by Daiyoukai-sama
Belgrade - 242 by silentmemoria Nightfall by TearsofTurquoise
waiting gracefully by Memyselfandi60 Blue Flower by ugnip

We hope that everyone participates in Comment Month, whether it is through suggesting or commenting instead. You really can’t 'lose' here, so please join in, spread the word (the more people the better!), have fun, suggest and comment, comment, comment! :eager: by darkmoon3636


August Round-Up

August was our sixty-second Comment Month at CRPhotography and PhotographyGuide  and it went splendidly well! As always, our photographers received many awesome comments from other photographers, united by a common cause! We would not have done it without these guys, so please give some love to our commenters!

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in Comment Month: August! We have already started our Comment Month: September, so please feel free to comment, comment, comment and spread some love around! Love


Feature-Fest Vol. 150: Landscapes

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 6, 2018, 5:00 AM


Wastwater by newcastlemale
Unknown Germany pt. CCCXLVI by TheChosenPesssimist
The Eternal Rivers by RobertoBertero
Azul y Verde by Omoidenoki
The howling mountain by streamweb
The center of the stars by LinsenSchuss
The Old Forest by mimadeo
Don't Leave Without Me v2 by hannes-flo
Saana Under Midnight Sun by m-eralp
Ascent Star by RaphaelleM
Painted with gold by LordLJCornellPhotos