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The essentials of Macro photography.Hi, deviants! This week is Community week, and I am giving my best to introduce some essential tips concerning macro photography.
But first of all: What is macro photography?
Macro photography - what is it about?
Wikipedia tells us things like "extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects, in which the size of the subject in the photograph is greater than life size" (Source: Wikipedia.org)
But is that really all that matters? It is a common fact that many people believe that macro photography is photography which refers to life size
PE: The Gate To CSSThis article was written by PizzaPotatoNBacon for projecteducate's Community Week June 3rd - June 9th. This article is written to explain the basics of Journal Skin CSS Code- however it does not contain much information on the layout and structure of journal skins. Basic knowledge of HTML is needed to understand most of the article. Does not include information on Gallery CSS. And yes, you do have to have a bit of patience when it comes to coding. If a lazy bum like me can do it, so can you.
Today, I'll be talking about CSS and how it works. This article is intended for newcomers and beginners, and only explains how it works, and how it "happens". From the syntax to the basic codes, from examples to links, this article
that I had spent sleepless nights onis for you! I hope the information and explanations within this publication is easy to understand. If you h
Hall Of Fame ( 24 - April 2012 ) Before talking about the features, I want to present something briefly. For those who still care and who would like to make a change in someone’s life, you are free to share your ideas concerning our project called The "Think about it" Project. Your opinion counts! And no, we are NOT expecting donations of any kind etc. , because this project isn’t based on any financial principle. Details can be found on the official updated website: www.thethinkaboutitproject.com .
Those who have been members of our Group for quite a while are aware of the fact that many of the Group's Submissions end up in my, Alligatorr's and gppr’s Favourites, being featured wherever it is possible to do that and being suggested as DDs. So, keep submitting, people, because there are only advantages in it for you.
This is the Hall Of Fame of o
PE: CSS3 101 - Transition Animations
Table of Contents
This article has four main topics:
- Works in dA for All Members
- Doesn't work in dA for Premium Members
- Works in dA for Alpha Testers at devBUG
What is a Transition?
This time, I'll explain with an example. Let's take this awesome emote by jahw.
When I see that emote, I'm imagining it saying "CHAAAARGE!" and running forward! So I want to make the emote do that, but instead of opening it up in Photoshop to animate (which I'm not allowed to do anyway since it's not my work), I'm just going to add a simple code that will do the animation for me! Hover over the emote below to see this magic in action!
Project Ed Tutorials: PhotographyPhotography In a sense feels like it would be simple enough for the most part.
You use the device in your hands to look at something and you press a button to capture the image you want.
That's the gist of it, but there's considerably more to it than that, especially if you want to take something that accurately represents your intentions.
For Project Educate, I'll be featuring some deviation tutorials on Photography that I like and hope that you yourself will find useful as a budding, seasoned or humbled expert photographer.
They will be broken down in the form of Technical and Creative tutorials. Some will be focused on numbers and basic ideas to compose and make a quality photo and others will be focused on what you can do with those techniques to make advanced visual creations.
For the most part, these tutorials apply to anyone that owns a camera, whether it be your compact, point and shoot or a DSLR.
Shutter Speed -
PE: Thumbs Snippet Contest !Extension!Thumb Snippet Contest
This contest is for beginning coders and pro's alike. I will provide your asset, an installable thumb snippet blank. The code will have standard thumb/big thumb, small thumbs, cancel thumb, lit thumbs, embedded deviation, embedded lit, and embedded video. You do not have to code all of them.
Add backgrounds, borders, curves, hovers, fancy, minimalistic... Anything you'd like. You must upload your snippet as an installable skin deviantART Related / deviantART Skins & Scripts / Journal & Gallery Skins / Installable Journal Skins free f
Goodbye Winter Contest! Hey !
So i was thinking about our new contest (long time since the last one ), and i think the theme is just right, since the spring will visit us soon.
I changed our date for the contest, because i've some things to do for the Easter. Perhaps some of you still want to participate, so this is your very last chance to get your entries in. Don't miss this final deadline!
Theme: Goodbye Winter.
Start: March 02, 2013
Deadline: April 02, 2013
First, you need to FAV THIS JOURNAL!
You must be a member of this group, this is a group contest. But welcome to join us, of course.
You may only submit (nature) winter related photos. Photograpy only.
New and old photos are acceptable
You may only submit ONE PHOTO to specific contest folder: Goodbye Winter
Not accepted photos: unfinished, too blurry, grainy, noisy, photos with bad composition, over or under exposed photos, manipulations, he
Art Appreciation 11 (It's a BIG ONE!) Cold sunset by JENU89 Me by JENU89 Rose93 by alealara 2012-54 Little Bighorn by W0LLE Touch of colors by fogke Belize Sky III by IsacGoulart We are young by nhuthanh care by claire-norien If I had a heart.. by Lukreszja Red Bosphorus by vabserk Tower by vabserk Dark Blue by vabserk Lejania de imagen by alonsio was it a dream? by Elillustrated City #2 by MariuszSilence The Gathering Of Persephone by MoodyBlue PiP - Paris in Pink by Redanshy Urbex 4 by Letchbo Sunset 2 HDR by Letchbo Thingvellir by erezmarom Butterfly 2011 by alejandrosantanaarts Tigresse by Carlinette Rainbow by Aka-Shiro Harry and Hermione by KathrynAmanda On a Frontier of Fables by MoodyBlue State of Love and Trust by MoodyBlue As If Your Eyes Were Partly Closed by MoodyBlue In the Mist of Morning... by MoodyBlue Petite Anatomie Du Temps Qui Passe... by MoodyBlue Textures Of The Subconscious by MoodyBlue Angels And Brotherly Love by MoodyBlue Here Comes The Sun... by MoodyBlue Daenerys... Moon Of My Life by MoodyBlue Art Trade: Galau Position by talifia Kagamine's Tea Time by LoveCraft02 :thumb305380182: Oxygen by dukeofspade Everyday is Love by dukeofspade Happy Heart by dukeofspade George on the hood by dukeofspade waiting for a hitch by dukeofspade I got little confidence by dukeofspade Tender side of me by dukeofspade Elvis by dukeofspade zip me by dukeofspade don't try by dukeofspade Smoki'n Colors by dukeofspade splash some smoke by dukeofspade :thumb19560020
Project Educate: Aperture, Shutter & ISO SpeedToday we'll take a quick basic look at Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO Speed.
The aperture determines the amount of light that is allowed into the digital sensor. A small number indicates a large aperture whereas a large number indicates a lower aperture. For example, an aperture of 8 would let in less light than an aperture of 4. Imagine your eye, specifically your pupil; the bigger the pupil is, the more light is being let in and the smaller it is, the less light. This is what is effectively happening with your camera. The aperture also determines the DOF (depth of field).
The numbers you usually see on the side of lenses look like this;
F 22 | 16 | 11 | 8 | 5.6 | 2.4
The larger the number, the less light is allowed in. Each number depicts double the amount of light allowed through the lens. For example, an aperture of 5.6 will allow twice the amount of light in than 8, but only half the amount of light than 2.4.
Amazing landscapes with video tutorials by ~hateom
Did I get your attention yet? These are well done in all aspects: technically sound composition, impressive work out in the field, and extremely proficient editing.
Better yet, hateom has a HD video tutorial for you, along with some RAW files so you can follow along - as long as you have the right software. It's very much worth 20 minutes of your time!
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A two-time Community Volunteer for the deviantART Related category, Anne is well-known as a positive, helpful force. She is the community's resident expert when it comes to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and her personal gallery offers a wide variety of tutorials for new and experienced coders alike. In addition, each winter she hosts a calendar project encouraging members to create Journal designs for all to use, bringing more creativity to the community.
It is with immense gratitude that we acknowledge Anne as the recipient of the Deviousness Award for October 2014. Read More