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In the Darkroom #1

Journal Entry: Sat Mar 8, 2014, 6:37 AM
A feature from the Darkroom gallery including both digital and traditional works :heart:



inima unui neom by anniania
Tell me more about the distance by BajgretaKlara by EmilySoto

067 by PhotoBi Route 74 HDR by AlejandroCastillo
Zenit - Our New Friend by misspelledink
I walk alone by invisigoth88 Visceral by LeslieAnnODell

John in the Window by jonniedee Bw 052 by PhotoBi
No favours by Image-heart
Grey prevails by AmandaBlack Black and White Film by EV-Divine
Untitled by jacob-risenhoover
Not spoilt, just not perfect by LunaWingz Ghostly Tree by Candied-Monster
I feel stupid and contagious by katworks



Darkroom

Sat Dec 7, 2013, 5:34 PM
Hey guys! I'm now looking after the Darkroom gallery, so please do send me your suggestions. I am excited; I am in love with that gallery.

:peace:

Carry you home by ha-rat-kiri Alice by EmilySoto
Kampa at night No.2 by Domcap Most of my finals are art anyway so Im fine by Tisti94
Old street by kakobrutus House of Wolves by Andaelentari


Let's Talk About You!

Thu Nov 7, 2013, 1:09 AM
The deviantART Community

I'd like to get to know the community more. That's where you come in.


In recent times I've noticed a decline in community involvement. Whether that's just from my side, or whatever, but I'd like to get it back to where it was before. I'd like to get to know you, make new friends and get everyone interested in commenting, faving and just generally looking at more art, news and journals again.

The community here has always been one of the most enjoyable places to come and talk to old friends, new friends and other deviants you may not have encountered otherwise. Along with the art, obviously, it is the one thing that makes this website what it is. Without it, it wouldn't be the same.

So, for now, I'd like you to comment on here and tell me a bit about yourself. Who are you? What art medium do you take part in/admire? Who is your favourite artist? Then I would love it if you went and browsed deviantART and looked at a gallery you've never thought about looking at before and leave at least one comment on one piece of work. How does that sound? It'd be awesome if you popped the deviation in a comment too, so that other people, including myself, can also check out a piece we may not have seen.

Let's get this community going again!

:heart:

DD suggestion guidelines are on my profile page, please check them out and get those notes flowing! And make sure to check out Urban-and-Rural to keep up with the latest from the gallery.


Oh Lookie...

Journal Entry: Wed Nov 6, 2013, 1:49 PM
I have a heart!

DD suggestion guidelines and whatnot to follow :meow:

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Photography Undiscovered

Journal Entry: Tue Nov 5, 2013, 12:37 PM
By making use of the Undiscovered feature whilst browsing, I came across an exceptionally high standard of work that was yet to receive the attention it deserved and thus, this feature was born. Enjoy and be sure to check out the feature yourself!


Retro by MalzumGuzelsoy
Ottawa2 by horstdesign Stones in The Glass by CHAOKUNWANG
My Own Yellow Crescent by LunaPopelka
Emma by Pixel-Spotlight All I have by EbruSidarPortrait
Delayed by MrStaz2
autumn vol 6 by lisans Fragile by EbruSidarPortrait
Remember, remember... by Moonlight-Traveller
Helena by AlexanderB Pearls of Wisdom by FlabnBone
Butterfly Portrait III by dalantech
Dio V by Wordup 
The Halloween Powder Monster by joedesperado
gravitation by fly10 Geometries (Part 3) by Einsilbig
Above the swamp by BogdanBoev
desperation by deadendsoul Welcome, make yourself at home by ivica-r
red by Nilanja
Border Collie Leo Black and White by fucute Diagonals by paikan07


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Photography Undiscovered

Journal Entry: Fri Sep 6, 2013, 6:38 AM
By making use of the Undiscovered feature whilst browsing, I came across an exceptionally high standard of work that was yet to receive the attention it deserved and thus, this feature was born. Enjoy and be sure to check out the feature yourself!


Dessert by DuskyEvening reflection by panibe
Dark Passenger by Arahiel
Leila6web by Frolovam
Eye of the Tiger by Purple20 I can see everything from here by Fra-Emer
kamchatka 2 by alfred-georg
Medusa by LaurenCalaway
Image by igaros creeps, the room into the soul by M-Art-Artist
Pynio's Yawn by FerBarchetta
Clothesline by hasanalmasi
sacramento VI by SlevinAaron old boat at Teesmouth by steveearl
Webb Bridge BW by DanielleMiner
deeper lakes by NadyaKireeva
lovers by iendrakurniawan Behind the Wire by jonniedee
Marta and Daniel by Moosiatko
Untitled by FabriziaMiliaPhotos
2013 by arslanalp Dale and the Flying Scarf by 3feathers
Building Blocks by dynax700si

.sunrise. by witchlady750 
Red Hotel by ForlornTreasures

Down site by arayo journeys out of the body by PsycheAnamnesis
M A N D O S by iamthewoodendoor
Time by atomik-sugarrr
Poison Berries by Angela-K-Rough Nostalgia by Rozowynos
- by dreamisdestiny1
sleep whole day long. by SpellboundMisfits


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ERMAZING

Journal Entry: Thu Aug 29, 2013, 11:42 AM
So, a while while while ago, I posted this particular photo;

Day One: Hands by ScENeYmE

and another while while while ago, kemiking asked if she could use the photo as reference to a piece she was planning. Anyway, I recently received a comment linking me to the piece and I was amazed. I could barely do the cat and dog scratchboards when I was younger, but the details (even down to the broken nail and hairs on the arm) and skill that has gone into this is astounding. I seriously recommend clicking through to the bigger picture. And the rest of the gallery will not disappoint either. 

Hands by kemiking
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Ok, I never do these sorts of things, but today I am :paranoid:

I would very much appreciate it if you could help me by liking this photo on Facebook;

Click the photo

Or you could vote by going to this link to vote instead. Or as well if you want to get an extra vote in ;)

How are you all? It's been a while :meow:

muchos love :love:



Vintage cookie by lintu47 Between Hands and Feet by SebastienTabuteaud 
Coffee lover by majdear 

Back to Basics Photography - Understanding Raw

Journal Entry: Mon Jan 28, 2013, 3:38 PM
dSLR cameras and most bridge cameras have the option to shoot in raw, but what exactly is it and what are the benefits? Let me attempt to explain.

A camera raw file contains all the data that is captured when the shutter button is pressed whereas a JPEG is compressed and a lot of the data is lost. They are often called digital negatives as they serve the same purpose as the negatives in film photography; they are not ready to be used as the final image, but hold all the information and data needed to produce one. This all means that you are left with a higher image quality which also allows you to have more control and manipulate more parameters than a JPEG. All of the metadata is also still in tact, meaning that the original state can always be referred back to if needed.

So, surely you want to see the difference, right? Well you're in luck. 

Beforeafterbasicraw by ScENeYmE
Top - straight out of camera (SOOC) raw. Bottom - basic adjustments done in LightRoom raw.

This can either then be exported or saved as a JPEG for uploading to deviantART/Facebook/wherever. If you want to edit it further, you can open the raw file in Photoshop which is what I did with the image below.

IMG 8732-Edit by ScENeYmE

As you can see, the image has been edited and brightened tremendously without losing quality. This is because a JPEG records only 256 levels of brightness, while a raw file records 4,096 to 16,384 levels. This is what is known as a "bit". JPEG captures in 8bit, while raw captures in 12 or 14bit. Those extra bits allow for more control over the adjustments - brightness, shadows, recovery, fill light, exposure, etc.
Beforeafterjpegraw by ScENeYmE
The shot above was saved as a JPEG, therefore, some of the data was lost during the compression stage. The file was then opened as a camera raw in Photoshop (File > Open As > Camera Raw > Select File > Open). This allows for a little control over the basic adjustments, but it isn't as easy as when working with the true raw file. It was then opened fully in Photoshop and edited in exactly the same way as the image before. As you may notice, the brightness is a little reduced and the colours are not nearly as rich as before.

Beforeafterjpeg by ScENeYmE
This final one was saved as a JPEG and opened up straight away in Photoshop without first opening as a raw file or any basic adjustments. It was then edited in exactly the same way as the previous two. You will notice that the brightness has been significantly reduced and the colours are bland. The eyes do not pop and the whole thing is just a little too dark. Sure, you could brighten it a little, but the difference between this and the previous ones is remarkable.



Other Benefits


  • Easily correct under or overexposed images - if you only have one brief moment to get the shot right, but your camera settings aren't right, the image may come out too bright or too dark. With a JPEG file, it may be a little difficult to recover some of the detail in these areas. However, by shooting in raw, you will have all the data available to be able to recover the data for the under/overexposed areas easily.
  • Never lose the original state - no matter what you do to the original raw file in LightRoom or Photoshop, you will always be able to revert back as the file will always hold all the original information and data. Handy for if you ever need to refer back to it for some reason!
  • Easily adjust the white balance - when you take a photo, the white balance is applied to it, either from the white balance setting you chose or from the auto white balance setting. When shooting in raw, the white balance is still applied, but because you have a lot more data and levels, it is more easily adjusted after the fact.


Now, I'm not saying that converting to shooting in raw is going to be easy, but most cameras have a JPEG & raw setting where it will save both file types. I suggest trying this mode out while you first start out; yes it will take up more space, but if you master shooting in raw, it will open up so much more when it comes to your photography. You will also need an editing program that can handle raw files such as Photoshop or LightRoom - I tend to open and do basic adjustments in LightRoom before editing in more depth using Photoshop. Whatever you choose to do, I'd love to see some results! Get out there and try it, what do you have to lose?



Raw Features


First Night Shot - V2 by chekspir
Raw to the Core by ronheroNorway... old shot _2 by my-shots
Cotton Candy by vxside
Path to Hell by lonewolf565street shot _ no. 10 by EYELIGHTZONE
Summer Wonderland 2 by doruoprisan
Melon High by BlackScarletLoveDecorus by eyedesign

Do you have any questions about photography? Is there something in particular you'd like to know about? Drop me a note and I'll make it into a new article which will hopefully answer any questions you have!


Long Time, No See

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 27, 2013, 6:28 AM

Updates


I admit it, I have neglected you all so much.

I've had a bad few months health wise and with caring for my husband who has also had a bad few months, I haven't really felt in the mood for interacting with anybody, not just on deviantART, but in real life, too.

But I'm back! As you may have noticed. My message centre was a mess and exploded the other day when I uploaded the Be Happy shot and again today thanks to Kaz-D. So I've replied to all comments, replies and other things but I've deleted all the deviations/news/journals because there was just too many. So if you have anything you want to share with me, or something that you think I might want to see, please do leave a comment with a link or two.

Other Stuff



Firstly, thank you very, very muchly to Kaz-D for my fourth DD. It's especially wonderful when you're extra proud of the shot. Bradley is my step-son and he is a wonderful model and loves dressing up. He is wonderful :heart:

Little Rascal by ScENeYmE


Secondly, as you may have noticed, I submitted an article a couple of days ago - Back to Basics Photography - Composition and I'm planning to write some more of these. I have some ideas lined up, so keep watch, but I was wondering if anyone had anything specific they'd like to know? I'm always open to ideas and would love to help you out if you need it.



Back to Basics Photography - Composition

Journal Entry: Fri Jan 25, 2013, 3:26 AM
Lately I've seen quite a few photos that have potential, but need some work. Composition is one of the most important parts to taking any photo (and making any piece of art really) and so I thought I'd share a few basic rules and tips. The word composition simply means 'putting together' and so, with any piece of art, it's how the piece is put together. With a bit of practice while keeping these tips in mind, you can create a more impacting, pleasing to the eye piece of work that will draw the viewer in and keep them interesting.

You could crop your images afterwards when you get them onto the computer, but it'd be lovely to have a great image right off the boot, right? By keeping in mind the things below, you'll be well on your way to taking better photos. And don't forget, it's always better to know the rules before you start break them ;) A few tips before we start;

  • Look around using the viewfinder every time you take a picture.
  • Look at each element and how it impacts the overall composition.
  • Become familiar with your camera. Learn how it works, play around with settings and really get to know how each setting changes the overall image.
  • Experiment and practice. Experiment and practice. Experiment and practice.
  • Study other pieces of art; photography, paintings, films; look at their composition. You'll soon develop a better understanding of composition.

Rule of Thirds


image from Wikipedia

This is the most commonly known rule when it comes to creating any piece of art. The idea is to place a grid over the photos (you can do this mentally, or some cameras have a thirds setting that will bring the grid up for you) and then place subjects of the photo along the lines and where the lines cross. As you can see in the image above, placing the horizon on a line and other subjects of the image where the lines cross creates a pleasing to the eye composition. If you're struggling with composing a photo, this is always a good rule to refer back to.

rule of thirds by stealth49
Third Rule by UbhejaneRule Of Thirds by E-E-E



Rule of Odds

The rule of odds states that if you frame a subject with an even number surrounding objects, it will become more comforting to the eye, therefore an odd number of objects in an image will make the piece more compositionally pleasing. An even number of objects can create a symmetry in your image which can seem unnatural and too forced, but by using at least three in you photo, you can achieve a more informal, natural composition.

The Three Graces by Solus-Photography
three way by arbebukThree of Cats by MD-Arts



Rule of Space

The rule of space is used by artists to create a feeling of moving and/or fluidity. It is also supposed to create a contextual bubble in the viewers mind. This is achieved by leaving some negative space in the direction of the eyes of your subject or when photographing something moving, adding space in front of the subject, rather than behind.

Movement by Criee
Running Fox Cub by thrumyeyethe delicate movement of a ... by Mbizarro



Simplification

There are many ways to achieve simplicity in photography. The easiest, and most obvious way, is to photograph your subject against a neutral background such as the sky. Make sure that all clutter is removed so that there is nothing to distract the viewers eye and brightening your subject by altering your camera settings (larger aperture, longer shutter, higher ISO) can also eliminate some background clutter as the eye is drawn to brighter areas, as well as lines and colour. You could also throw the background out of focus (we'll go more into this below), or if photographing water, using a longer shutter to smooth the water out. These will all ensure that the viewer is drawn to the main subject, rather than the surrounding.

the real and the imagined... by catch---22
Snow by forgottenxSimplicity by JillAuville



Framing

Framing has two uses - making the image more pleasing to the eye and also making sure the viewer is drawn to the subject you want them to be. The world is full of natural framing products - trees, archways, bridges, etc. The frame ensures the subject of your photo is isolated and doesn't go unnoticed, drawing your eye to the main point of interest.

Framing Sunset by PapirDue
framing the everyday by shadowfaxkc



Limiting Focus

Limiting focus ensures that your subject is automatically where the viewers eye is drawn. By throwing the background out of focus, you will minimize distraction and isolate your subject. To achieve this look, you will need to use a wide aperture (a lower f number) to limit the depth of field. If you don't own a lens that will open up wide enough, you can also achieve the same look by using a longer focal length (zooming in). Both these methods will give a shallow depth of field and will ensure that only your subject is in focus.

flower of the seasons by JeanFan
Perspective by fuffy3Anole by tanikel



Depth

Because photography is very much two dimensional, composing your image to create a sense of depth can be an important thing, especially in landscape photography. You can achieve this by including images in the foreground while the land runs through the middle ground and onto the background. You can also overlap objects to create a sense of depth where there isn't any already.

Depth by Capturing-the-Light
Depth by Capturing-the-LightDepth by IvanAndreevich



Balance

There are two main types of balance we'll be looking at; Symmetrical Balance (Formal Balance) and Asymmetrical Balance (Informal Balance).

Symmetrical balance is when one or more similar subjects are composed with a symmetry to the image. The easiest way is to have a central composition (completely breaking the rule of thirds) and try to get them as symmetrical as possible. This type of balance can be tricky to master as if not done right, it can look a little boring. Regardless, give it a go to challenge yourself.

Depth of field by bulgphoto
Chair symmetry by johntisburysymmetry by Maurycywaw

Asymmetrical is more difficult, but much more interesting than symmetrical balance. The subjects of the image are usually different size, shape, different tone, different placement and different weight but are composed in a way in which they look balanced despite their notable differences. 

balance by gwichin
In the Balance: Libra by Temperate-Sagepeaceful balance by arbebuk



I hope you found some of this useful and remember, these are just guidelines to get you started - but sometimes, they're meant to be broken. Don't be afraid to mix and match or just ignore them all completely, but if you're struggling, they're always handy to refer back to. If you do find these useful, I'd love to see some of your results using some of the tips.


Do you have any questions about photography? Is there something in particular you'd like to know about? Drop me a note and I'll make it into a new article which will hopefully answer any questions you have!


Life Through a Lens #10

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 19, 2012, 11:57 AM
Welcome to the tenth edition of Life Through a Lens - a regular photography feature showcasing some of the recently submitted deviations within the Photography gallery.

The Shot - A sunrise captured inside a wave barrel by gokenji
anonymous. by SeparateFromTheHeadTeardrop by lydiahansen23 Degrees by Robin-Bervini
Reflection by Suppi-lu-liuma516 by NigritaAlice by GabiAngelo
simple miracle by SolMay
Fireworks over the bridge by dallasgutauckis:thumb327695695:
searching for beauty by weilanoone_nine_one by OskarAlfons
toxic boy by tasiy
Room Six by siamesesamcoffee by HaruNiji
Oliver Twist by NestRJet Power by Purpleskulls
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That's the spot by PhotographsByBriSoul Meets Body by awaicu
Dance 38 by nickozwSoiled Doves Music Video by vatchephoto
Comfort by MangoMochiii
Chambre tout confort by NomNomBurgerZSummer moved on II by klapouch
a galaxy of exploding suns by vampire-zombieAttunement by MaaykeKlaver
SENTENCED by marco52
Modern Spyware by Einsilbig:thumb327974631:
Couture Inq by koukeiBlack Eyes by thrumyeye



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Photography Discovered #10

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 13, 2012, 2:40 PM
Welcome to the tenth edition of Photography Discovered! This series was inspired by Moonbeam13's Discovered journal series. Your eyes are not deceiving you, I'm really back. The following deviants were found using nothing but the Discovery Tool.




javierherrera86


Con la comida no se juega by javierherrera86
Fallow Deers by javierherrera86Sacudida by javierherrera86


anticuus


+++ by anticuus
Heaven knows by anticuustree_of_life by anticuus

MatiasSieppi


Pallasjarvi Sunset by MatiasSieppi
Spring by MatiasSieppiOlos at Dusk by MatiasSieppi

unisexbluess


La Madame by unisexbluess
Uderwater love by unisexbluessCigarette sucks. by unisexbluess

MorkelErasmus


The Stretch by MorkelErasmus
Moon Rock by MorkelErasmusPlayful Elephant by MorkelErasmus

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Life Through a Lens #9

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 6, 2012, 3:43 AM
Welcome to the ninth edition of Life Through a Lens - a regular photography feature showcasing some of the recently submitted deviations within the Photography gallery.



Features

Morning Song by Stanley-RumaA Touch of Lace by IrinaJoanneinto the sun by steveearlHarvest by MarsiaMS
A view to admire by vbagiatisromance by michellis13Katherine6 by Selenittt
Evacuation by LeMatosstreet 1 by IrinaJoannePray for Rain by MyLifeThroughTheLens
Sol Maior 7 by CarnivalliParts by Mark-McculloughSpotlight by NunoCanha
Taking a break by StamatisGRThe Vulcan by fractalus13:thumb325560717:
Into the Ether by Photo-Joker:thumb325567181::thumb325556767:
Tied The Knot by bmjewellwandering away by GottaHaveACatchyNameGenesis - still foto from the short film by Themrock
I have your heart by ladydragon22DM7 by kahoxworth21.09.12 _ 3 by FatmyLilVampire
Something wicked this way comes by MacroMagnificentThe New Kit by thrumyeye:thumb325598564:
Flower At The Sea by GregoriusSuhartoyoEnvy by RiotSongI'll have a cup of Disneyland, please by iNeedChemicalX
Recife antigo by jeasi:thumb325566304::thumb325600120:
MORE by M0THart:thumb325599908:



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Photography Discovered #9

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 5, 2012, 11:46 AM
Welcome to the ninth edition of Photography Discovered! This series was inspired by Moonbeam13's Discovered journal series. Your eyes are not deceiving you, I'm really back. The following deviants were found using nothing but the Discovery Tool.




Marteline


Two by Marteline
Dark side by MartelineGlasses by MartelineA hint of blue by Marteline


IgorGlavas


Bicikleta.... by IgorGlavas
Blowball..... by IgorGlavasbundek 2011.... by IgorGlavasSvrco... by IgorGlavas

MiriamJanus


Simple by MiriamJanus
Troll by MiriamJanusKarita by MiriamJanus

ZYXik


Place i wanna live in.. by ZYXik
fifty -- gabca a honza by ZYXik20120606229 katka by ZYXik

amiliay


Blossom by amiliay
difficult decision by amiliay:thumb323056445:

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Hey, everyone...

Journal Entry: Thu Jul 12, 2012, 1:53 PM

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I cannot DD anymore. Stop noting me, damn it.

I have not forgotten about you, I just haven't been logging in much.

I have, however, been blogging a lot and Facebooking a lot.

Also, this amused me...



- courtesy of Mollinda

How are you all?

I DON'T RECOGNISE ANYONE D:

Journal Entry: Sun May 20, 2012, 4:42 AM

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Changing usernames is an awesome addition! And I was considering changing mine... but I realised I have become attached to it. So it stays.

Pixel-Spotlight - deal with it 8-)

I have had 24 people on my watch list change their name... mainly to something I know is them. I'll have to get used to a couple of them though.

So, it has been a month of nothing but uploading from my side. It's been a nice break, but I'm ready to get back into the swing of things over here now :meow: I'll be throwing a couple of features up later and I'll be taking a long look at all the deviations in my inbox.

Also, if you have a facebook page for your art, let me know, we can do a like for likey thing if you like? too many 'likes' Mine is Jennifer Hopkins Photography, which is updated daily. I'd appreciate a little more exposure :]

That's about it for now... how are you all? :love:

Oh hey, look...

Journal Entry: Tue Apr 17, 2012, 12:54 PM

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As you may have noticed, I no longer have a hat. This is because real life gets in the way sometimes. I'm spending more and more time in the darkroom at college and that takes a lot of time up. So at the moment, I can't put much time into volunteering and it's just not practical. Maybe if things settle down a bit... well, we'll see :meow:

Thank you for all your messages and everything. You're all awesome. And no, I'm not leaving dA.. you'd have to drag me out kicking and screaming.

It was awesome volunteering. I'd do it all over again in a heartbeat. It was fun, I made tons of friends and got to bring exposure to some deviants that really, truly deserved it.

For now though, I have over 12,000 messages to catch up on and 98 notes to sort through... I'll see you in a little while. For now, check out my Facebook Page or My Blog for more frequent updates :]

Also, I have started to watch Supernatural from the beginning again with mother. Cue obsession.



A Little Hiatus

Journal Entry: Thu Mar 15, 2012, 8:20 AM

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Hey guys, just a quick journal to let you know that I'll be MIA for a couple of weeks or so. I'm just going to be taking a little break, so in that time, please can you direct all your suggestions/queries/whatever to Kaz-D and Pixel-Spotlight who has kindly volunteered to help out Katy while I'm gone. I will still take your declarations of undying love though, so don't stop those.

I'll still be updating other sites; Facebook, My Blog and Twitter so if you're missing me ever so much which I expect you to do you can stalk follow me in those places. It would be much appreciated! :love:

Thanks for being awesome. I'm off to sleep.



Photography Discovered #8

Journal Entry: Fri Mar 2, 2012, 3:20 PM
Welcome to the eighth edition of Photography Discovered! This series was inspired by Moonbeam13's Discovered journal series. The following deviants were found using nothing but the Discovery Tool.



Good-e-nuf


Being There by Good-e-nuf
Bird by Good-e-nufHummingbird in the Mist by Good-e-nuf


Christophe-Niel


valley, end of day... by Christophe-Niel
club chair by Christophe-Nielday more by Christophe-Niel

Phoenixstamatis


Little Treasure Island by Phoenixstamatis
Styx by PhoenixstamatisWindow by Phoenixstamatis

nixitnart


:bigthumb284894798:
:thumb287141131::thumb288150844:

TheLastOfDays


the end of the winter by TheLastOfDays
so late by TheLastOfDaysstranger by TheLastOfDays

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