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Awesome photography VIIIEnjoy!!Awesome photography VIII by OliviaMichalski
Under the Willow Tree by NicoFroehberg
Abano by AndyMumford
*** by orlibraorliLet it snow by KristynaKvapilova
Lexi by WolfskussWalk by jacekson
Written in the Wind by Miguel-SantosNot yourself by thefirebomb
Kiss! by feanutriIn a Family Portrait... by thrumyeye
Helios II by BlackPepperPhotos
winter wonderland by MartinAmmThe Light in the Eye by thrumyeye
APN Daily Deviations Round-Up: January 2016Hello all,APN Daily Deviations Round-Up: January 2016 by JenFruzz
I'm happy to present the Animals, Plants, & Nature Photography Roundup for January 2016, which includes all of the deviations that I featured throughout the month. Please take this opportunity to have another look at the work of these talented artists and give them some love!
As always, your suggestions are welcome! Send me as many as you'd like. Details on sending DD suggestions are at the bottom of this feature.
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99 sn by sakaoglu
Wild Flower by timbodon
Hartside Pass by scotto
The Orion Nebula Region by turbulentvortex
European Hamster by chriskaula
The Girl with the Stare in the Floof (bw) by JoeBlu
Octopus by 7Redhotz
Winter Landscape by Nefflin
Rock... by ChristineAmat
Frozen beach by Jscene
Timeless by markborbely
Rat Fleece flies by AnnaTyurina
Vibrant by A2Matos
Into the Forest - 2016 Calendar by Miguel-Santos
Send Me Your A
APN Adventures, Vol. 40APN Adventures, Vol. 40 by JenFruzz
Happy New Year!
APN is the acronym for the Animal, Plants, & Nature photography category at DeviantArt. These recent APN deviations span vast skies to tiny insects. Our planet is truly a magical place!
Hopefully the following feature will inspire you to browse the APN Category or to even pick up your own camera and capture some of the world around you. Be sure to check the end of the feature for APN Community news. On to the feature!
"To the mouse, snow means freedom from want and fear. ... To a rough-legged hawk, a thaw means freedom from want and fear." - Aldo Leopold
Below are the journals related to Capturing Change, visit them for a better understanding of the project. Also, a few quotes from the team.
Check out their AMAZING galleries if you haven't already!
Capturing ChangeHello, everyone!
In this journal I want to tell you something about my experiences with the "Capturing Change" project.
About one month ago 4thofficial contacted me and asked whether I'd like to enter a photography project. Of course I entered!
The theme was easy to understand. "Capturing Change - How has your city changed over the years?"
We had several Skype talks in which I learned to know the other participants:
darkdex52, Miguel-Santos, and MARX77.
I thought it would be difficult for me to change my eye of photography to the genre called "street", but it worked quite easily. We got a camera from Sony to use, and I got the Sony A7R with a 28-70mm lens. Shooting in full frame is really different from shooting with an APS-C camera. But it is definitely more fun!
The project was the biggest photography project I ever did. It was such an honor to work together with both deviantART and Sony. And I am so thankful to be a
Capturing Change: A Quick Preview
I have some really great news!
About a month ago, in mid-October, I was contacted by DeviantART for participating in a project. They had read my journal of how I was raising funds for a new camera, since my old 1000D had run out of shutter’s life, and decided I would be perfect for the new project by Sony.
4 photographer, me included, all received Sony mirroless cameras and were set out for a week-long shoot capturing change in each of our countries. I got myself a Sony a7R with E 55-210mm telephoto lens. I also thought a wider-angle lens would be really suited for the project, so using the fundraiser money, I got myself the Sony E 16mm F2.8 Pancake lens.
It really is the biggest project I’ve ever done in my life, and the very first professional job I’ve got as a photographer. Really, it’s the biggest event in my 25 years of life, and I’m proud of my finished work. Really
It was such an honor to work together with both deviantART and Sony. And I am so thankful to be a part of this. I want to thank all the organizers for doing this.
It was tons of fun and a big learning experience working with dA and with the other 3 photographers as well.
The most exciting DeviantArt experience for me so far.
It's like a forest that leads to heaven!
Looks like the clouds are originating from the tree itself.
You've made a crab look very beautiful, exotic and peaceful.
I really love the warmth and intensity of these colors.
Listening to Elysium by Hans Zimmer whilst looking at this.
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