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Autumn Angel by ankazhuravleva Fade into Darkness by NataliaDrepina
 River fairy by AnitaAnti *** by oprisco
 The Forests Song by EmilySoto ... by absentii
 Jesse by aufzehengehen tree's dreams by Anna1Anna 
  Purple by bwaworga Sunlight by Freyja90
 Memory by masyaka-kusyaka 3456456 by afamjaowy 
Catch by Ephemere8 Coffee time by zitkoivana
  This house is full of noise by iTaylie Window by dalay-lamma
Untitled by Lover-and-the-Wild 364.365. by weruninhalflight 

 

We are happy to announce "Winter Interpretation Contest" Winners


Small Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-LehreSmall Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-Lehre
People's Choice 

Gathering by EmeraldFalconFeather

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Lit with Memory by EmeraldFalconFeather Paradise by EmeraldFalconFeather

Small Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-LehreSmall Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-Lehre

Second Place 

Gift by Purple20

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A Jar full of Stars by Purple20 Reflection by Purple20

Small Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-LehreSmall Snowflake Divider - F2U! by Drache-Lehre

First Place 

Entry for Winter Interpretation contest by PlatinumLove
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Trinity 07 by PlatinumLove Makayla 01 by PlatinumLove
Trinity 03 by PlatinumLove
Trinity 06 by PlatinumLove Makayla 02 by PlatinumLove 


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Prizes will be given as soon as possible 

*Please note that entries number 3 & 6 both got 6 votes for "people's Choice " place but entry number 6 got extra votes from all our admins, so this was our decision.

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We are back after a long break!
Don't know how time flies fast, already half a year passed wow !
Hope the first half was good and the coming is better !

Our Lessons Back ! 
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As you decided/started to use DSLR cameras, you started to hear about these two terms " Full Frame and Crop Sensor "
You probably begin to wonder which camera should I buy? the cropped or the full frame one and what is the differences, Well you have to wonder and we will clear things to you!

What does Full Frame & Crop Sensor mean ? 
 The term “full frame” refers to a sensor size that has the same dimensions as the 35mm film format. if we back to the 1900s where there was only one sensor size 35 mm 4mm x 36mm so when we refer to "full Frame" we are pointing at the 35 mm sensor size.  while the Crop sensor simply mean " cropped" smaller sensor than the full Frame one.  

Advantage and disadvantage of Full and Crop sensor:
The first deference you would notice is the field of view size, if you use both crop and full frame sensor
and shoot from exactly the same distance and lens you would see that the cropped one shot
would be tighter than the full one.

  Image from Captainkimo.com

Full Frame is good for low light, because it's allow more lights to come in than the cropped one also it gives a better photo quality, it's perfect to architectural, Landscape, and nature photography. 
The other issue is that full frame cameras are far better in low light,
is great in low light and offers some unique image qualities,
The last thing is that full frame DSLRs have a shallower depth of field,
means the area in focus is tighter than the cropped sensor. 

What To Buy Full or Crop ?

After all the thing you need to know when you decide to buy a Full Frame DSLR is, the price! The Full Frame DSLR cameras are much more expensive than the Crop sensor ones.
If you're a beginner or have a low budget I recommend to start with a crop sensor, and still you can get a good photos. 
There are many great photographers using a crop sensor cameras. 

Full Frame and Crop Sensor Lenses:

All Lenses are measured based on the Full Frame sensors,
For the crop sensor, when you buy a lens for example it says 35mm that's mean you will get that focal length multiplied by the crop factor
of your camera for example 35mm x 1.5  (Crop factor for most Nikon cameras) = 52.5mm
And that's mean by buying  24mm Lens that's will give you 36mm which close to 35mm.

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You have a question or a new lesson suggestion ! Just comment below.
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Autumn Angel by ankazhuravleva Fade into Darkness by NataliaDrepina
 River fairy by AnitaAnti *** by oprisco
 The Forests Song by EmilySoto ... by absentii
 Jesse by aufzehengehen tree's dreams by Anna1Anna 
  Purple by bwaworga Sunlight by Freyja90
 Memory by masyaka-kusyaka 3456456 by afamjaowy 
Catch by Ephemere8 Coffee time by zitkoivana
  This house is full of noise by iTaylie Window by dalay-lamma
Untitled by Lover-and-the-Wild 364.365. by weruninhalflight 

 

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Sarah Hamid
Artist | Hobbyist | Photography
Iraq
Wife to be to an amazing boy :heart:
I'm a girl obsessed with photography.
I just love to take photos. Started taken photos with my cellphones camera, but on Oct 2012 I got my own lovely Nikon D5100 :love:

My Photography Gear


  • Nikon D5100
  • Nikkor 18-55 mm lens
  • Macro 28-90mm lens
  • Zoom 100-300mm lens
  • Tripod
  • Remote Shutter Release
  • Sunpak Camera flash

PC Editing Programs that I use



  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Photoscape
  • Proshow
  • Adobe Premier Elements

Android Editing Apps That I use


  • Photo Grid
  • PicsArt


Instagram @ sarah_22da >> instagram.com/sarahhamidphotos


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LadyofLegends Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Student Writer
Happy birthday! :D
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SaRaH-22 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
thank youu :rose: 
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VintageCandyShop Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
I hope everything's alright Sarah and that you have a great year making more wonderful photos. ^^
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SaRaH-22 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Aww Thank you dear :hug: I've been busy recently, hope I'd get more time to take photos :heart:
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arefin03 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015   Photographer
Wish you a very Happy Birthday! :)
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SaRaH-22 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
thank u v much :rose:
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M-Ehab Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
happy birthday :D
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SaRaH-22 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you :rose:
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clochartist-photo Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happyyyyy birthday Sara Hug Woohooooo! Airborne !!
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SaRaH-22 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank youuu :hug:
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