Save the darkroom!It has come to my attention that there are some upcomming changes on deviantart concerning classification of photography. Some of those changes will painfully hit many deviants like myself who like to upload photos to categories such as "darkroom" or "macro". Removing those categories saying that they are not strictly "subject-based " but more like "technique based" categories is total nonsense! As a darkroom photographer i think that there are times when the subject is less important then the techniqe. Not mentioning that the techniqe can be a subject itself! "If you have a macro photo of a flower, for instance, please move it to the Flowers and Plants category." But what if im not interested in other simple flower photos? What if i want to view only flower macros? And what will happen if want to view only photos that were made on film, developed and printed by other deviants? The only option will be to stick to clubs such as analogphotographers http://analogphotographSave the darkroom! by ~Morda86
Fine Art Photography Community Features #1Definition.Fine Art Photography Community Features #1 by #fineart-photography
Art produced or intended primarily for beauty rather than utility.
Photography requiring highly developed techniques and skills.
The goal of this community is to bring together the fine-art-photographers of Deviant Art. There are loads around and we'd like to build a gallery of their best work.
Along with loads of pictures by our members you'll also find interviews, book recs and contests. We will suggest the best submitted pieces as DDs on a regular basis.
Hope you'll enjoy these deviations submited by our members, feel free to check our community gallery to find more Fine Art Photos!
Chromatophobia? Fear No More.Webster's New Millennium Dictionary of EnglishChromatophobia? Fear No More. by ~Monocolour-photos
Main Entry: chromatophobia
Part of Speech: n
Definition: a fear of colors; also called [chromophobia], [psychrophobia]
Etymology: chromato- 'color'
~Monocolour-photos is a community gallery featuring quality monochrome and toned art photography! With 1300 members (and always growing) MCP is a very large, organized community, but we are planning a year of surpises. Please, stop by to check out our gallery, which showcases some of the truly amazing black and white photographers of dA.
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