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  • Looking for more images; New Collection; Subway stations, worldwide

    by Cbomers | 12th of July, 2011

    Taking the subway can be quite boring, however often it gives you this great surprises under the ground in the city: all kind of interesting subway stations, sometimes designed as ballrooms, little museums or abstract/modern designs. Not only the design... More
  • Studio shoots....

    by Dgphotographic | 23rd of March, 2011

    I have just had my first two model studio photos accepted ! I have been doing studio model shoots for about a year now, all TFP/CD a lot of the shoots have been "retro" look, 1950's 60's. I chose these two as the position of the model leaves plenty of "empty" space on the... More
  • 100 pictures on-line

    by Petin | 8th of March, 2011

    It is slightly more than one year that I started cooperation with DT. Cooperation as a result of my dissatisfaction with an other photo gallery ( not selling photos ) where I had few my pictures and wanted to share experiences with shooting, after processing and everything... More
  • Magic geometry; geometric patterns in Islamic art

    by Cbomers | 24th of February, 2011

    Islamic artists and designers have used geometric motifs to decorate almost every surface, from walls, ceilings to floors, pots, textiles and book covers. As Islam spread from nation to nation, Islamic artists combined geometry with existing traditions, creating a new... More
  • Organic Circular Patterns

    by Martinisaac | 6th of January, 2011

    Couple of new uploads to the portfolio, been playing around with these 'organic' circle patterns. The black and white one has a good figure-ground relationship (the balance between the black and white), I like it: See Article
  • Your Image is your image!!

    by Gwoeii | 20th of June, 2010

    Stock photographers are those artists that capture images for the benefit of others at a very minimal fee! Each and every shot is imagined, framed and shot with the end-user (designers, advertisers, editors, etc) in mind! We are an unselfish lot, hard working and sometimes... More
  • Feeling old

    by Mildegard | 17th of March, 2010

    You know, sometimes I read of the new generation people or meet them myself - people that had never seen a floppy disc. They ask: "What's that square on the Save button?" I feel old. Ancient even))) See Article
  • Carmakers looking for their future

    by Southernstar71 | 8th of March, 2010

    While I was visiting the Geneva Motor Show last week, the first after the big crisis that claimed several car brands and could have claimed several more had the governments not supported them, I could not help noticing that carmakers seem to be trying to understand where... More
  • Level 5 by sales & new images

    by Creativei | 25th of January, 2010

    Now I'm so proud that two of my images, one I clicked for a project and other for created for magazine in illustrations have become my best seller and reached the level 5 stage. . Really its a great feeling, I never imagined these two images once upon a time was in free... More
  • Photography + Poetry = 10000 words

    by Archangel72 | 24th of December, 2009

    I mean, really! Photography, yeah it's beautiful, I like it myself so much. Always discovering something new in a world of pictures, wouldn't you say? But, did you ever wonder how nice it would be to add one new dimension to this, already profound art? Let's extrude... More
  • Finaly, Today I have made my 100 $ (actually 101.15 $)

    by Ziprashantzi | 2nd of November, 2009

    Hello everyone, Thank you all for reading my very first article regarding my very first 100$. Somewhere somehow I thing this is an effort of you all people. Today I am very happy and feeling energetic because of tow reason. no. 1 is I touched my first 100$ limit. Second... More
  • Perfect symmetry

    by Gheburaseye | 27th of October, 2009

    There are cases in which it's very important create a perfect symmetry in the illustration we are creating in order to balance perfectly the weight of the image, without visual and "psychological" effects that can make the image unpleasant to the sight. This problem was... More
  • Vintage Tractors!

    by Jalama1 | 11th of September, 2009

    Hooray! They got accepted! These 2 photos are my favorites so far. I like vintage items and I came across a tractor repair place that specialized in vintage tractors. The setting, the colors, the lighting. It just felt right. Enjoy! More
  • Symmetry principle

    by Tanyae | 13th of July, 2009

    In addition to the rule of thirds and the golden section principle Symmetry is a really good way to take a photograph, especially if you shoot architecture. It creates a sense of clarity and serenity, but solidity at the same time. Just have a look at these photos, do... More
  • The good old days...

    by Wingnutdesigns | 20th of May, 2009

    There are some toys that take you straight back to being a kid. I'm showing my age but for me it's toy robots and vintage joysticks. Here's a selection of pics to spark those nostalgic memories. More
  • Somebody get the phone!

    by Toynutz | 5th of March, 2009

  • 60's Psychedelic Designs Revived?

    by Dersankt | 21st of February, 2009

    Okay, here's my first blog post! As a web designer, I couldn't help but notice a trend happening in the design world: the comeback of 60-70s' psychedelic art. It's not so much of taking the old artistic designs (think: Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, etc) and bringing them... More
  • 50th upload accepted

    by Bibidesign | 26th of January, 2009

    I finally have reached 50 uploads! I am working hard and hope to upload 10 files per week :) Here are some of my latest illustrations. See Article
  • Retro dots and silhouettes

    by Sukro | 2nd of December, 2008

    I love the retro dots, lines and silhouettes, and I have made this illustration that covers them all. I really hope it sells well. I can see that there are quite a number of other designs with female silhouettes with abstract hair styles - I found this on that I think... More
  • Dog Photography

    by abhijeetaj | 14th of August, 2008

    Hi everyone, I am an amateur photographer. My family also happens to own a Kennel Club named Joshberg Kennels. We breed Labrador Retrievers, Daschunds and Pugs. For the purpose of advertising and sale, I am often involved in outdoor DOG photography. Grown up dogs need... More

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