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waiting for the war by ~siwymortis
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Concerts and Musicians
Photographs of concerts, listeners, or other subjects documenting the lives and careers of musicians.
monotonix by aurorademasi
Documentary and Editorial
Photographs taken to accompany an editorial piece or photographed in a documentary style including photo essays.
Pacific Ink Expo: Mandy Garcia by BreatheNakedDesalpes Saint Cergues-Suisse by damterFishing man 2 by fransiscaeve
Yenya by LindelCainephotography workshops by Art-de-Viantkayia man II by styvop
Woodstock 2012 13 by mr-kreciuVictory Day IV by MorkePhotographyReflection of a MASTERpiece by dukeofspade
30 dolar for life by erhanarikThe Charcoal People_one by lishko.:Levitation:. by sasonian37
Gypsies, Slovakia 2012 by roberttappert:thumb143676027:Say Haaaaaaaa by Toolbazar
Name recorder by NattygregoIn The Skin X by GPhoenixFate and Fortune: Gold miners of Itogon by rakabs
The Wartime Indoor Playground by lostshooterOn site or take away? 3 by LEQUARKHappiness? by Con-G-fan
Photojournalism - Daily Deviations December 2012
Tribe of Three Gorges - 2 by wildplacesWhen I was 18 by megrandyphotos
Breaking Barriers by tanikelStreet Tailor by kmetjurec
The man who talks to pigeons by Seb-Photos200,000 Monks by foureyes
Recommended artists part XII:iconomurde: omurde, Turkey, Photojournal
:iconkalemkar: kalemkar, Turkey, Street/Photojournal
See also: I http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-I-283306303 II http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-II-284296902 III http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-III-287560251 IV http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-IV-288994761 V http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-V-292752425 VI http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VI-295531818 VII http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VII-298674549 VIII http://thestreetjournal.devi
Photojournalism - Daily Deviations April 2012
a cat by ~FigoTheCat
Busy day at the office by ~Cigognes
My Craftsmanship by *The-Flowerman
Mud, mud and a little bit more mud II by ~luca1984
Red Arrows BW by ~skerwish
Grain by ~Silvanne
incense bearer by ~tribuana
Niki by ~Mandibulo
tank police. by ~Pablorojasm
Faith by ~johannz
429 by toprakgoksel
429 by ~toprakgoksel
PENCEREDEKI YASAM(life in the window) by excalibur38
PENCEREDEKI YASAM(life in the window) by ~excalibur38
Discovery's Final Fly-over by OpticaLLightspeed
Discovery's Final Fly-over by *Jbak
Water Festival in Myanamr 18 by nyiminsan
Water Festival in Myanamr 18 by ~nyiminsan
Endurance Riding XII by Colourize
Endurance Riding XII by ~Colourize
I'm the CV for Photojournalism
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Photojournalism - Daily Deviations March 2012
In The Skin X by GPhoenix
:thumb272199458:Holi - Festival of Colors by ehabm
consejos tacticos by oscarsnapshotterHappiness? by Con-G-fan
monotonix by aurorademasi254 by serkant
Boat by ThanutpatThe Wartime Indoor Playground by lostshooter
Ensiferum II by KennethLehtinenFishing man 2 by fransiscaeve
Too many stories by bittersweetvenomRusted World 02. by eamfos
I'm the CV for Photojournalism
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PE - Photojournalism - MilitaryI Photojournalism
Photojournalism is taking photos of events, and using the photos to tell the story.
Photographs of military personnel, equipment, or other images documenting armed forces around the world.
The Wars by chris-is-a-deviantSaving Lives by bliz
Busy day at the office by CigognesChinook by JoostvanD
Photojournalism groups on dA (Active):
:iconTheCorrespondent: :iconThePeopleAvenue: :iconTheStreetJournal:
Recommended artists part XIII:iconSolarstones: Solarstones, Netherlands, Photojournal
:iconmetegursel: metegursel, Turkey, Street/Photojournal
See also: I http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-I-283306303 II http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-II-284296902 III http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-III-287560251 IV http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-IV-288994761 V http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-V-292752425 VI http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VI-295531818 VII http://thestreetjournal.de
3 IN 3 - THE FEATURE
Three pictures in three minutes !
It has become a huge feature BURSTING with fine art !
Thank you all for making it possible !
I am overwhelmed by this outcome
Scroll to the end, PLEASE
3in3 by ltiana355
3in3 by ltiana355
Do Not Disturb My Psychedelic Dreams by HMissXX
Three Felines In Three Minutes by MARX77
Une vieille amie... by Douce-Amertume
Three In Three... by altergromit Three white objects by SashaZombie FLEURS - FLOWERS by JFBAYLE
PE: dA Street shooters share their tips1. What is the gear that deviant Street Photographers use?
2. What is the dream gear that they'd wish to have?
3. What is the best advice they could give to an inexperienced street shooter?
The answers are right below!
in the order they came into my inbox
1: 50/50 Nikon D90 / Sony Nex
2: Leica M9P + 35mm
3: Shoot. A lot. Be inside the action, to feel what´s going on with small focal lenght, or step back to realize a worthy context, but never be afraid to press the shutter. Never. You´re doing nothing wrong.
1. I have a 5DmkII and an EOS300 (film). Both share the same 35mm f/2 lens. I use them almost equally.
2. I think the best camera is the one in your hand. I know it is a cliche but then again the problem most if the times is not at the camera but at the photographer.
(now... for some inexplicable reason there came a guy and told me, "Just order wh
Street DDs July 2013:icontolgatacmahal:
5785 by Pixelrender
street_73 by pivan
School by myoung4828
Kadraj 2 by kuvars
Orange And White by MARX77
what by mrtso
Scene de rue - 325 by C-Jook
interisland by SimonSawSunlight
Double size by MirabellaStefano
Hoodless 23 by zedka
Untitled by boyrd
Photography Weekly: Edition Thirty SevenPhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedD
“Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources”
- Albert Einstein
I don't know about you, but Light Painting has to be really unique and awesome in order to impress me. So when I stumbled across the work of Darren Pearson aka Darren Twin - I was astounded at the creativity and simple methods used to create his conceptual photographic pieces. Darren creates LED pictures of Skeletons Skateboarding, dancing and living - exploring what the Mail Online has termed as the bare bones of our daily lives. And it really is precisely that. Darren takes the ordinary, the mundane and the normal of everyday life and lights it up by night by painting bones. Check it out for yourself. That prompted me to go searching for some of my favourite light painted pieces here
Friday night Street Specials v4.3
A weekly selection amongst the images that were suggested as DDs
or simply impressed me and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
Have a nice weekend!
Street Photography DDs - January 2012About the Street Gallery, Street DDs etc.
Kare-3 by AcemHoca
Three, two, one by NickKoutoulas
balloon by celilsezer
You like me too much by Dionisic
Architecture, Urban and Rural Spotlight Vol. 37Einsilbig's
Spotlight Vol. 37
Architecture, Urban and Rural
24 by Migrena
Crown Alley by Pajunen
dizzy dizzy by alisinwonder
Waves and Lines by Teakster
darkness within by arbebuk
Industrial Sunrise by WojciechDziadosz
Castel Sant'Angelo by SSquared-Photography
Under Lock and Key by Pajunen
rhythm. by a63
Academy of Fine Arts by HeretyczkaA
DECAY by getcarter
In A Day 2 by tobiaswphoto
raining again by toko
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Our Admins Personal FavesWe asked our admins: "What is your personal fave from your OWN gallery and why?"
The results are intriguing, informative and at times surprising
My son and I were crossing a street through an alley in Al Diyafah - Dubai, when I saw the bicycle and immediately noticed that the blowing air current, along with the excess cargo of flattened and stacked cardboard boxes was making the front wheel rise up from the ground slightly and then descend once the wind subsided.
I instinctively knew that something was about to go down - or up. So I asked my son to 'SLO' down: Stop, Look, and Observe, while I got my camera ready.
And we waited. We were standing there for like, 20 seconds when this guy walks in frame....
Then it happens: The front wheel goes up, the guy is baffled, and my son and I are standing there barely holding ourselves from rolling on the floor, laughing! It was a good day.
P.S. We helped him with his bicycle afterwards.
PE Street Photography MythsSTREET PHOTOGRAPHY MYTHS
Myth No 1:
People will stare at me, sue me, beat me up, break my camera, think I am a terrorist, shoot me and dance on my grave.
No, most likely people won't even notice you. Most likely they will think you are taking pictures of something else around you. Even if they do notice you, most likely they will pretend not to see you. Sometimes they will look at you as if you were a weirdo (which you are) and they will keep away, but most often they won't mind being photographed. Sometimes they will even feel flattered by it (well, ok, don't think you will get girls' phone numbers this way, though). I never had problems taking photos of strangers. If after taking a photo you look intensely to something else, people will think you were photographing it. If after taking a photo you turn and take another one...the same. If you get spotted and caught, just smile. People will be less likely to break your nose. If somebody complains abou
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