Easter is the most important annual religious feast in the Christian liturgical year. According to Christian scripture, Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion. Some Christians celebrate this resurrection on Easter Day or Easter Sunday. Easter also refers to the season of the church year called Eastertide or the Easter Season. Traditionally the Easter Season lasted for the forty days from Easter Day until Ascension Day but now officially lasts for the fifty days until Pentecost. The first week of the Easter Season is known as Easter Week or the Octave of Easter. Easter also marks the end of Lent, a season of fasting, prayer, and penance. In this article I want to show some Beautiful Easter Wallpapers.
A water truck which spewed a wide arc of water on crops in the state of Florida, captured the rainbow as the droplets of water caught the sun and refracted the light into a brilliant rainbow. Photographer Judd Patterson caught the fleeting rainbow as it appeared in the air above the fledgling plants. via Hungeree.
Think about: everything stops for a day.
Is this possible?
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Basically high speed photography is a technique of capturing images with a remarkably quick shutter speed and mostly used for the scenes which cannot be seen with naked eyes. For high speed photography, you can use more or less any SLR camera,
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We’re starting today’s inspiration series with two amazing landscape photos. Mainly the one called The Dream 2 by Marco Barone is a must-see. There are two more fashion related pics worth mentioning. Check FOAM Tinsel Town by Julia Galdo and an awesome portrait photo called Ybeauty by Caesar Lima. Illustrations didn’t disappoint neither. Seems we’ll be doing this in series of two today :). Anyway, there are two you gotta love. There is a little animal brainstorming artwork :) called the Wisdom to the Nines by Rachel Caldwell. The other one is by talented Denis Zilber called The Blizzard. You have to admit it’s very original and simply amazing. Didn’t expect I’ll be mentioning any 3d artworks … was mistaken obviously. Falling Bloom by Andrius Balciunas deserves to be here .. it’s a first class. Let’s take a look what’s new in the World of creative ads … there are, guess what .. again two artworks I like. It’s the Airtel Broadband: Destinations by JWT and Tigo: Smartphone, 2 by Biedermann McCann. Picking two phone operators is pure coincidence :). Oh, almost forgot … we got some cool Photoshop ribbons in our freebie section … better check it out. Enjoy!
Let’s get one thing straight; when you buy a camera worth thousands of dollars, it doesn’t automatically make you a professional. I’ve seen people with click and shoot cameras create better pieces of art than those with 20 grand cameras. It’s about training yourself and tuning in your “photographers eye”.
Don’t get me wrong though, I’ll never try to stop someone from becoming a photographer. There are some basic steps that you should take when you are a beginner though. By practicing these tips, you can master the art of photography in no time.
1. Don’t start off with an expensive camera
The reason for this is, since you’re starting out, you might not even know if this hobby or profession it what you’ve been dreaming about. Start off with a simple point and shoot and starting taking photos. This way you will be able to learn the basics of a simplistic camera. Once you feel comfortable with the camera and you feel that you have the hang of composition and depth of field, you should think about buying a more expensive camera.
2. It is a good idea to have a tripod at the start.
If you want perfect and crisp images, even when the light available isn’t perfect, then using a tripod is key. The tripod will help keep your camera vibration free when capturing your photo.
Family house in Vsenory by O-VA on thisispaper.com
The slope rising north-westwards above the Berounka River toward the Brdy Hills is built up with villas from the beginning of the last century. The location has preserved the atmosphere of the interwar period, of summer residences built along the railway outside Prague. The area offers wide views of the river valley…
These images, by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations. The photographs are the property of the Library of Congress and were included in a 2006 exhibit Bound for Glory: America in Color.
Interesting digital vintage artworks by Mark Weaver. Enjoy!
S/S 2012 by HANSEN on thisispaper.com
Portraying the spirit of this Spring/Summer 2012 collection, is the HANSEN family history, a true Nordic one- and a visit to rural Säby in Sweden, from where farmers are the theme of the HANSEN image campaign. Not just any farmers mind you; these hard working men are the designer Aase Hansens´s uncle Anders and cousin Richard and are very real indeed…