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Ive done a tribute piece www.deviantart.com/deviation/4…
Ive been uploading loads of B&W stuff lately...its ok...but just really bad quiality from the neg scanner. I did devople though an A2 size photo!!!...it was so awesome
Ever wondered about IR photography (Infra Red) ?In GeneralEver wondered about IR photography (Infra Red) ? by gilad
Well, a few words about Infrared.
I will not get too technical cause its not my strong side, just a few words about it. Infrared photographs show a kind of thermo effect. Trees with white leaves and luminous white clouds against colored skies are the most common use for it. Many photographers on DA have tried it in the last few years and it seems to be more and more popular.
The Infrared opens a window on a parallel world intriguingly different to the one we usually see. The effect is surreal ans it shows a different kind of "documenting reality".
Here you can see the scene in normal view
And here is when using the IR filter -
We can't see Infrared light without the filter, we can only see it when It's isolated. Infrared photography is often confused with thermal imaging. It's not, It's just shows an effect similar to that. The difference is basically one of wavelength of electromagnetic radiation.
The filter shows the object be
Getting inspired for PhotographyWhat do you do when you don't know what to doGetting inspired for Photography by gilad
You get these "I don't know what to do next..." phases? When you want to do some photography, but your creative ideas simply ran out... Well, I can tell you what I do. You should know that what works for me may not be right for someone else. I am more of a "street photographer", I don't direst my shots, don't plan them. I'm not into models or stills in particular and so I depend solely on inspiration.
1. Check out the weather.
When I have an idea what I want to take pictures of, it's easy.. I go there. When I have no idea what to shoot, I simply go without knowing where. I check the weather to decide on the general idea. Warm days (without clouds in the sky) are good for urban shots since I don't need the sky in the frame, and it's mostly shaded anyway. Warm days with nice clouds are perfect for IR or landscape. Colder days are great for nature, Macro and reflections (puddles of rain), and they are also good for indoor shots and mood
Now Playing: deviantART Film!deviantART Proudly Announces... deviantART FilmNow Playing: deviantART Film! by lolly
Film as a word conjures up something special. A unique feeling. Almost a different texture than words like movie or video. When someone asks you to go see a movie on the weekend you think, “Oh cool, that’ll be fun,” but if someone asks you to go to a film festival the feeling you get is entirely different. It feels like an investment of your time, one for which you want to plan accordingly and enjoy thoroughly.
And this is exactly what we are bringing you with deviantART Film. An experience meant to be enjoyed from the moment you hit watch to the very end of the film be
daGroove™ - Groove 100, aka dA's Grooviest art!It has been a while since Matt Renner started daGroove. In fact it was the 19th of July 2004, which makes it exactly 3 years ago this summer that daGroove was founded.daGroove™ - Groove 100, aka dA's Grooviest art! by daGroove
From the amazing artists that were with us from in the early days, to the great artists that have joined us more recently and those that have been with daGroove in all these 3 years the collective of artists have created a stunning body of work.
To celebrate our 3 year anniversary we set ourselves a few goals. We celebrate all the artists that have been a part of what you know as daGroove now, by paying tribute to their work. And we show you the greatest works that the artists that form daGroove have created since 2004.
To realize this we created the Groove 100, votes from the community and our artists have resulted into a list of more than a hundred of the greatest works.
Inside this impressive 23mb flash magazine you find 125 pages of artworks and insightful interviews with Groovists Yoma and TM82.
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