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Cutting Edge Prints, Week 40/11 TweetCutting Edge Prints, Week 40/11 by printscommunity
The Cutting Edge
The Cutting Edge is a weekly article showcasing recently sold or newly uploaded high-quality wall art products.
Since we approve each and every print that gets sold, we discover amazing gems every day, and we just can't keep them to ourselves! Check out these amazing prints submitted by deviants just like you!
New Prints That Left Their Mark
City of Charm
Premium giclée prints on canvas and paper available ready to hang!
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Project Educate: Night PhotographyProject Educate: PhotographyProject Educate: Night Photography by Kaz-D
A shot in the Dark
This short article coupled with Photographing Fireworks will hopefully aim to share some tips and skills at shooting in the dark and how you can make the most of the darker evenings drawing in (for most of us anyway!)
Camera it needs to be capable of long exposure to capture the best of night time photography. Bulb Settings are very important to enable you to hold the shutter open for a long time.
Lenses Wide angle, telephoto a range is best if you have access to it. Wide angle lens are fantastic for capturing those motorway shots from bridges of long distance traffic light trails. Telephoto lens are more useful for captures of the moon and other details.
Tripod This is
Project Educate: Composition BasicsThe action of putting things together; formation or construction.Project Educate: Composition Basics by ScENeYmE
The term composition simply means 'putting together' and is applied to all forms of art. In this respect, composition is all about the placement, arrangement or organisation of the individual elements within a photo. The composition of a photograph is what catches the viewer's attention and is what makes the image pleasing to the eye. By practicing and developing basic composition techniques, you can produce pieces of work which can recreate the impact of the original scene.
Some tips for developing composition skills are;
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; photogr
dA Related DDs – August & September 2011This is a monthly article to show all the deviations from the dA related gallery that were featured as Daily Deviations during the month!dA Related DDs – August & September 2011 by namenotrequired
This first issue is a little different from others I became a Community Volunteer in the last days of September, and ginkgografix last monthly DD collection was in July. So here are the DDs given by other volunteers (mostly WDWParksGal) in the two months inbetween Also be warned, I link to many informative articles by ginkgografix since she was the volunteer before me and created many useful articles about dA related
ginkgografix Overview of dA related & Guide to the dA related galleries
My DD suggesting guidelines
The August features