New collection abstract traffic lights


posted on 3rd of april, 2013
I have been challenging myself to do more image creation instead of taking pictures and hoping for the best. My acceptance ratio took a hit as I tried more abstract images, but finally two have been accepted. To celebrate, I am starting a new collection of abstract traffic lights, taillights etc and welcome your contributions.


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Posted by Chanevy on April 29, 2013
Thank you for bringing this illustration to my attention. It is nice, but doesn't really fit the feel of the collection. To get your image to show up in comments, you have to delete the l or r after img so it is and with the square brackets, not the ones I used
Posted by Gheburaseye on April 29, 2013
I don't know if You're interested to this pic

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Posted by Gheburaseye on April 29, 2013
I don't know if You're interested to this pic

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Rambling Review: Phone, P&S or DSLR


posted on 8th of april, 2013
>I read a lot of reviews before I buy equipment and they are somewhat useful, but sometimes they seem out of touch with the reality of stock photography. Noise free ISO up to 1million? Ummmm, maybe for Facebook posts but not so much if you are a pixel peeping photo enthusiast. Or even if you hope to get an image past DT review, let alone produce one that sells. I currently shoot with a Samsung Galaxy 3 phone camera, a Nikon CoolpixP510, and a Canon EOS 7D. In this article I am sharing what I feel are the best and worst points of each.

First, the Galaxy phone. Obviously I love that it is so compact. If light conditions are decent it focuses well and I am able to work with it very quickly. My favorite thing about the phone is that it has no protuding lense. This means that I can easily shoot...

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Posted by Chanevy on April 17, 2013
 Spring in Iowa:  Farmland with room for text. this is the first accepted image I have taken with the Nikon.[/i]
Posted by Chanevy on April 10, 2013
The DSLR is a clear winner for everything but easy to carry! I am glad, too. I waited a long time to afford it and would hate for something much cheaper to be just as good!
Posted by Mudplucker on April 10, 2013
Luckily i don't have a phone camera at all, just the Canon :)



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