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Nom Nom #1 Strawberries
Strawberry cake a la St.-Honore by dabbisch
Strawberry III by ChelsySama
English Scones by claremanson
Cheesecake with Strawberry by Studioxil
Culinary Creations Contest: The Results!
Still Life Food Photography Contest - RESULTS!
The Culinary Creations contest has ended and the results are IN! What an awesome batch of entries we had. I must say browsing through the gallery on an almost daily basis to check the entries had me feeling incredibly hungry! It was very hard to pick the winners, but the judges quite clearly had their favourites and ultimately we had to whittle the entries down and decide. So without further ado I give you...THE WINNERS!
1,000 deviantART points
1 Year premium membership to deviantART
1 print to the value of $20
1 Plushie Fella or Llama
1 Emoticon Stressball Pack
Not only did WildOrchidRain make something
Photography Weekly: Edition Twenty FourPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
"If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera"
- Lewis Hine
This week I happened across a Photographer who shoots the economy - currently in the UK. If you ever wondered what Economy looks like - and what the recession looks like - in the Photographic sense then wonder no more. Simon Robert's has it captured. What really struck me though, aside from the complete normality and sometimes mundane life that made the photographs, was the comments on the Article that I read about Simon. The BBC Wrote about him yesterday and nearly all the comments were from people advocating boredom. The Irony is that Simon Robert's had, in full colour, photographed our lives. And the general consensus was that it was dull and unimaginative. How very English we are.
Copyright Simon Robert's
General Photography Daily Deviations May 2012
Train... by monikha
midnight reading by hyouro
...instead of waiting... by FelixInden
l'adoree de la masquerade by talmi
Coffee by ShinodaRush
in the yard by sokova
Lost in the woods by surrealistycznie
Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R by danyi03
walking on a dream by paintmewet
Chess by Logosh-L
Nemo by DropsOfBlood
sweetpea by peachjuice
Portrait Picture by DiamonEyes
Fly As You Might by neeeer
SUPERMAN by JaredWingate
Blue vs Yellow by Laumoon
Raspberries by JustHoldMe
IN THE MOOD OF COLORS by ArwenArts
Home Sweet Home by zoncup
Maria by YaroslavKaras
wed by Hudyakov
the adoration of forever. by C4M30
Going for Broke by Mishari-Alreshaid
winter's fairytale by karinephoto
24.365 - Table Setting by Mahou-Koneko
Peared With Tea by limnersphere
106 by kosmodisk
Egg-Olympics 2oo9 by Rerinha
Vlada-Evening by Anhen
The Immortal II by CookmePancakes
Today is a new day by BigGirlsDoNotCry
Previous Photography Daily Deviation Roundups for 2012
Photography Weekly: Edition Thirty SixPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.”
Basking in the glory of finally getting recognised for your hard efforts and photographic skill is pretty awesome and at the start of this week I took the opportunity to enjoy georgewjohnson's after he got published in a UK Photography Magazine. It's really nice when something like that happens and the knowledge that across the country - and because of deviantART and other networks - across the world, people are looking at your work. And if you're me, smiling! I once stumbled across lauren-rabbit's work in Black and White Photography Magazine and was truly proud that somebody I had found here on deviantART was here in my mag! So have you been published? Has your work received any recognition that makes you proud? What are your tips to getting out there and having your work showcased?
Photography Weekly: Edition Thirty OnePhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
A photograph is memory in the raw. - Carrie Latet
I recently spent some time (okay maybe hours!) exploring a photographic exhibition on the Isle of Wight - England. I had known that the exhibition existed for some years, but had never really ventured over there. It was held in the home and studio of a celebrated Victorian Photography - Julia Margaret Cameron. However it did include a nice variety of works - photographs from Dorothy Bohm who put together the book A world observed and a collection of shots taken at the famed 1970s Isle of Wight Pop Festival. It included images of Jimi Hendrix who performed at the festival just three weeks before his death. The images collated and exhibited were fascinating. But what really struck me was how far we had come in terms of camera equipment.
This was donated to the Margaret Cameron Trust by Graham Ovenden and was subsequent
Photography Weekly: Edition Twenty OnePhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
"Surrealism is embedded in the everyday, in the daily experience." - Katharine Conley
This week the general theme of the article is Infrared Photography. You may know it well for its vision into a dream like world where the trees appear to be fluffy candyfloss and the grass is blue or Orange...Infrared is not as far away from achievable as you might think. This week some wonderful Deviants have shared their infrared views and art to try and help us understand the technique a little better. I rather thought it was time that the infrared community on deviantART had a bit more recognition too!
Check out Trees-With-character who are holding the Sky is the Limit Contest and think about
Photography Weekly: Edition Twenty TwoPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
"We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us." - Winston Churchill
The general theme this week is focusing on Architecture and in particular how to drum a bit more enthusiasm for noticing what's around us and capturing it successfully on camera. Architecture is profoundly unavoidable whether we like it or not! It's there in everyday life through work, socialising, living, politics and everything in between. The Architecture Gallery here on deviantART is vast and contains a great range of inspiring artworks.
Spotlight Deviant LeMatos
Here for just nine months LeMatos has already made an impact on the Architecture Community having been spotted and suggested for this feature by anmari the Architecture Community Volunteer!
Spotlight Group :devstunningArchitectu
Best of BritishWe may not get many points in The Eurovision Song Contest, we might not understand ambiguous sense of humours, perhaps we don't even get why Europeans have to reserve sunbeds with towels when they're on holiday - but we know how to throw a damn good party for our Queen of Sixty Years. Without further ado I give you...
The Best of Britain
Day 153: The Villagers Jubilee by Kaz-D
Jubilee Street Party 2 by NickStarwind89
Agile Union Jack by QuakerOatsGuy
Union Jack. by Perfectly--Imperfect
Did someone say Jam and Scone? by WilliamEckloff
Keep Calm And Love On by New-Afnan
Fly the Union Jack - Jump 83 by escaped-emotions
Tea break by janisDA
- Union - by XMoonLilyX
Piccadilly Circus by MarcoRibbe-de
Union Jack by smithmar01
England by dimage
England fOrlife... by Lolly-Me
English student by B-ettie
Keep Calm by nyrcallahan24
keep calm and drink tea by BiscuiTsi
Keep Calm by Balakov
Darkroom Exposed: kahoxworthDarkroom Exposed is a series of articles highlighting talented deviants, noteworthy art and helpful information all about the Photography > Darkroom gallery on dA.
This issue features kahoxworth, who has a stunning gallery full of creative images made with alternative darkroom processes. This is just a sample of what you can find there...
i don't know if i'm ready by kahoxworth stairs on cedar creek road by kahoxworth
Stock used in title graphic
007007 by mikm-STOCK
negatives stock 1 by hatestock
Polaroids and Negat
Traditional Tuesdays #30Whassup peeps? Welcome to the 30th edition of Traditional Tuesdays . This week, like all twenty-nine of the other weeks, I'll be featuring fifteen works of art from the Traditional Gallery. Any more than that might and you might loss interest or it could cause your monitor to fail in an explosion of awesomeness. I would feel guilty if that were to happen, so I'm keeping it at fifteen! The Traditional gallery is a vast storeroom of work that covers many mediums and genres. I've tried to show a good mix of artwork, but I don't have room for them all. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
**WARNING: Viewing these works of art may cause giddiness, elevated heart rates, and happiness in the pants(which could lead to blindness)! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!**
Traditional Tuesdays #26Hello deviants, welcome to Traditional Tuesdays #26. This week, like past weeks, I'll be featuring fifteen works of art from the Traditional Gallery. Any more than that might cause your monitor to fail in an explosion of awesomeness, and I wouldn't want that to happen! The Traditional gallery is vast storeroom of work that covers many mediums and genres. I've tried to show a good mix of artwork, but I don't have room for them all. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Shake it like a Polaroid by Phedre1985 Exposure by SKELVAMPIRE
Starry nights by Sadly-heartless A thousand times goodnight by MatteoCattonar Self Portrait in the Apartment by Adam-Nowak
I wish there was more time in the day to browse this awesome gallery, but alas, that's not going to happen. This was just me browsing through the sub categories for a couple of hours durin
Traditional Tuesdays #24Hello deviants, welcome to Traditional Tuesdays #24. This week, like past weeks, I'll be featuring fifteen works of art from the Traditional Gallery. Any more than that might cause your monitor to fail in an explosion of awesomeness, and I wouldn't want that to happen! The Traditional gallery is vast storeroom of work that covers many mediums and genres. I've tried to show a good mix of artwork, but I don't have room for them all. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Air by Lyswen Transparent by simpleken13
overcast by turningshadow Abundant Beauty by rooze23 :thumb296037686:
I wish there was more time in the day to browse this awesome gallery,
but alas, that's not going to happen. This was just me browsing through
the sub categories for a couple of hours d
Pimps and Whoas - June 27, 2012Pimps
Official dA News
Voila! Paris deviantMEET Wrap Up
Join us for a deviantMEET in London, England
deviantART is applying to manage .art
Site Update Staff Retreat, .art, deviantMEETs
Infinity Seven Takes on the Coming Zerg Invation
Pimps and Whoas - May 2, 2012Pimps
Official dA News
Announcing the deviantART Creative Grants
Site Update - sta.sh submit, thumbnails to beta
Site Update April 20th
What Superheroes Should Today's Tech Inspire
Earth Day - The Inspiration of the Natural World
Community Relations Newsletter - March/April 2012Table of Contents
1. Gallery Clean Up Project
3. Volunteer Openings
4. Share Your Opinions
5. Community Projects
6. Official Contests
7 Project Educate 2011/2012
8. Art History Project
9. Gallery Description Project
10. News from the Chats and Forums
11. News from the Galleries
1. Gallery Clean-up Project
The Gallery Clean-up Project will focus on literally cleaning up the category tree in several ways. This first part of this project, is all behind the scenes. Over the years there have been categories that have been "removed", merged, or changed and there are back-end changes that need to be done to fully remove them from the tree. This part will not affect you, and if everything goes properly, you won't even notice it
The second part of this will be ensuring that the categories are all accepting the correct file-types. If there is a file-type that isn't being allowed in a particular category or
Project Educate Continues! Project Educate Continues!!!
projecteducate is a group and all updates from individuals during their weeks listed below will be posted over there! So be sure to join or watch for the full updates! If you want to partake in Community Week by writing an article then just note the group with your ideas!
How it Works
projecteducate started with purely CV run weeks. Those were weeks focusing on a specific art form brought to you by your lovely Community Volunteers. As well as these epic seven days of awesome, we've now introduced two more themes which run on a bi-monthly basis. Those are Community Weeks, which include articles from members of the dA community - and Artist Toolbox Weeks which include a mixture of articles focusing purely on the 'tools' of the trade. If you're interested in either please note projecteducate!
April 14th - April 20th
Senior Week with MiloticScale and pulbern
April 27th - May 4th
This... to That #5WELCOME TO ISSUE 5
Welcome to the fifth edition of This... To That, showcasing stock, and the artwork produced with it
Many thanks for all the stock providers and artists featured here!
If you would like to suggest artwork and stock to be featured in the next edition, please send me a NOTE with links and THIS TO THAT SUGGESTION in the subject line!
STOCK PNG heavy vines by MaureenOlder --> My Heart Is Refusing by TitusBoy25
Grooming 5 by okbrightstar-stock --> Safe and Sound.. by Charlie--X
place 1 by ladysivali-stock --> Dragonbane by SilenceNocturne
Stock 39 by Wintermoon-Stock --> Black heart by ElenaDudina
Stone001 - cutout .png by akio-stock --> no one by igreeny
zgomot-stock-landscape-3 by zgomot-stock --> Briongloid by NiAnluain
Pond by XElectra --&
Keep in Touch!
Bluefley has a gallery filled with artwork that whisks you off in to a Sci-fi daydream, and keeps you captivated for hours. Marc has been a member of our community for over a decade and has achieved nothing but success with his astounding commitment to interacting with the community, sharing a prolific amount of video tutorials and generally being an all round rockstar deviant. It is no joke that we are absolutely delighted to award the Deviousness Award for April 2014 to ... Read More