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Little Things Mean Alot!
posted by lifeontheside - 26th of february, 2013
'Vision is the art of seeing something that is invisible to others' Jonathan Swift This blog is about the little things that alot of people don't ever see when looking at a subject. When alot of people look at a subject and take... More...
Photographing reptiles
posted by robinstockphotos - 15th of january, 2013
In this particular article I'd write only about the non-venomous reptiles and some tips or tricks for photographing them. The venomous reptiles would be covered in a future article after I've completed studying their behavior. I'... More...
Collections Contribution Request Part VI
posted by elianehaykal - 29th of august, 2011
It's time for another round of requesting suggestions to my collections :D The previous ones that are always open are found in these blogs: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, & Part V. The new ones (which I hope you... More...
How I Took This Photo: Sunbathing Skink
posted by edayrit100 - 12th of august, 2011
There it was, a skink, out in the garden, on a rock, sunbathing as I opened the door to take in the morning. So I went for my camera instead of my toothbrush and fired away. First from six meters, then five, then four, circling... More...
Side by side with lizards
posted by risto40 - 1st of august, 2010
After the purchase of a macro lens at the beginning of this summer, I needed "models" to picture at. As spending much time in countryside I noticed a small family of lizards living in a flowerbed. Often I saw them having sunbath at... More...
Made it to level 4
posted by patl - 28th of april, 2010
Less than a month ago, this photo made it to level 3. It just made level 4. It can be use to create you own sayings that can be added to e-mails, blogs, web sites etc. by cliping the individual letters and arranging them in Photoshop... More...
My first level three image
posted by patl - 15th of april, 2010
Her is my first level three image....... It can be use to create you own sayings that can be added to e-mails, blogs, web sites etc. by cliping the individual letters and arranging them in Photoshop using photomerge. More...
Turtle and tortoise collection
posted by julia161 - 15th of january, 2010
Hi, Friends. Welcome to see my new turtles and tortoises collection. They are cute animals ;)
Tiles and creativity...
posted by sukro - 11th of january, 2010
When ever I hit a period where the creativity is low, or said in an other way I just don't seem to get any ideas worth while illustrating, I sit down and make some seamless tiles - it almost always result in me getting new ideas!... More...
Additions to Sign and Letter collection
posted by patl - 29th of october, 2009
I have added a few more images to my sign collection. These make great add ons to your e-mails. Please visit the collection Signs and letters and let me know what you think. More...
Personalize your e-mails with photography
posted by patl - 19th of june, 2009
About a year ago, I decided to take close up photos of individual scrabble tiles and key board keys. After isolating them, I arranged them into words and submitted them to DT. I then thought to use my own work to “sign” my out going... More...
Promotion hard work
posted by aginger - 15th of june, 2009
Sorry, a little trick there... :) I've been away from DT in the last week - there was a new step in my life, I've learned how hard is tiling...especially with big, hard, and rustic tiles. Only the first two days I had... More...
Make Your Own Print Fabric
posted by patballard - 9th of january, 2009
Spoonflower is a new online fabric store located in Mebane, North Carolina. The web site has recently been featured in both the Raleigh News and Observer and the New York Tines. The most exciting thing about Spoonflower for me is that... More...
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