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Material evolution
posted by shmeljov - 20th of october, 2012
As I've already many times said, I don't think about digital images as a final product. Any digital photo which is in my computer is considered to be as a raw material, no matter how complex was it's post manipulation. Therefore I seldom... More...
How to picture glass
posted by raindrop - 21st of july, 2010
Picturing glass was one of my first works in studio, actually it's not so hard if you have glass only on tabletop but if you have something from steel or some other material it can be difficult. There are two types of picturing glass.... More...
Need to be NORMALLY Materialistic
posted by thefinalmiracle - 21st of march, 2010
Ages n' Ages we have been taught by our religions and spiritual gurus to be away from the materialistic world and into our souls. Get away from attachments, desires and just think about god to attain Moksha. For some reason I am realizing... More...
Home Studio & Still Life Photograph
posted by toneimage - 17th of march, 2009
Only after a period of time I first came here, I found gradually in DT that it doesn’t focus much on “photograph masterpiece” but more sort of on the useful “picture materials”. At the same time, realize that my outdoor... More...
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