durleybeachbum is on of Renderosity's most talented photographers/artists. We've chosen December Dusk to include in our gallery for Christmas
Sean Dove's great youtube tutorials channel features many on Cinema 4D. This short tutorial covers how to turn a 2D photo into a 3D scene. It's awesome.
The long-awaited Affinity Photo Workbook teaches you everything there is to know about Affinity Photo and mastering its powerful tools and capabilities.
Our featured artist is Renderosity photographer aksirp (aka Priska Kern). We have a short video gallery and an interview with this talented and poetic Swiss artist.
Amazing performance enhancements and the option of a light UI are among the additions in the latest versions of Affinity's award-winning professional desktop apps, available today.
In 2017, Renderosity asked its community to create a new generation of horror as generations of horror battle. Here are the winners in the Photography Category.
Most are photographs, but there are some renders that depict a wide range of animals -- everything from common house cats to exotic wildlife.
Exposure X3 includes keyword support - collections - virtual copies - additional color and B&W tools - enhanced overlays - new signature presets
Velentin is a very talented photographer at Renderosity. His gallery has many gorgeous images that are detailed and poetic. Before rain is my favorite of his photos.
National Geographic invites photographers from around the world to enter the contest. The grand-prize winner will receive $10,000 and publication in National Geographic Magazine.
Full-frame sensor compatible, high-speed prime lenses bring Sigma's Art lens technology to cinema cameras
The latest Polaroid lightweight camera bag line up includes affordable compact bags for mirrorless cameras, roomy backpack styles for DSLR systems and fast-access sling bags.
For creatives, there are so many uses for a light box: animation, comics, tattoo tracing, quilting, photography, etc. Recently, I had a chance to review an incredible light box offered by Huion.
Corel's ParticleShop is a plug-in that gives you a unique, painterly advantage in Adobe's Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements, or other Corel products. Version 1.5 adds more tech with dynamic speckles, a revamped core brush set, and even more exciting brush packs.
Melusina Parkin (her virtual world name) is a photographer that shoots in an unusual location: the virtual world of Second Life. Her photographs are spare and beautifully poetic. I was compelled to talk to her. This is the first of a two-part interview
Original footage documenting the creative life of Ansel Adams this 1958 documentary revealing Adams' technical approach to photography, the cameras and related gear he carried to the field, and his thoughts on the artistic horizons of photography.
Featured images is an ongoing effort to bring you the very best digital art we can find both from Renderosity.com and the wider community of artists on the web.
Featured images is an ongoing effort by Renderosity Magazine to bring you the most interesting digital art we can find both from Renderosity and around the internet.
The famous Eastman museum has digitized 250,000 images from their vast collection and made them available online!
Our featured images section features the very best and most imaginative digital art we can find.
Corel's recently released PaintShop Pro X9 sports an abundance of new and exciting features to make it easier than ever to make your photos, and designs, look their very best.
Renderosity is pleased to announce the opening of their 2016 Holiday Creative Contest! Don't miss this chance to show your creativity for some fantastic prizes.
Our featured images section brings you the very best in digital art from Renderosity.com and from the wider digital arts communities and sites on the internet.
Renderosity member Faemike55 shows off his image labeled, "Another of the mountain's shadow."
It's time to.... "fish early" and check out Renderosity member TomDart's image!
I took some time to chat with CMA freelance photographer, Dusty Draper.
A brief chat with Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) photographer, Andy Heidt.
I'm always looking for artists in the industry. So, when I found new media / integrated media photographer in Los Angeles area, Greg de Stefano, I knew I needed to know more about him!
I'm so fascinated by photos. I love browsing through the Renderosity gallery and looking at a great photo. When I saw the photo titled "The Park in Winter," I asked Renderosity member Shayr to tell me a bit more.
Dark and deep--that's what I thought of when I saw Renderosity member anahata.c's image "Deep Night." When you view this photo, you feel as if you're standing right next to him on the street. But, before I started make assumptions about what I thought the meaning behind it was, I reached out and asked for further explanation.
While browsing in the photography section on Renderosity, I found this photo of 2 chairs. But, they didn't seem like "normal chairs." I knew there was a special meaning behind them, so I asked Renderosity member greybeard101 to explain a bit further.
Our Featured Image gallery is Renderosity Magazine's way of bringing you the most intriguing and inspiring digital art we can find.
I've always been interested in photography. In fact, at one point, I wanted to be a photographer, but I don't know enough to take professional photos and I don't have the funds to purchase a brand new camera. So, rather than buy an expensive camera, I'm going to stick with my Galaxy Note s4.
But, in the meantime, I interviewed Charles Barnes from cbarnesphotography, who has been a photographer for 10 years!
I decided to browse through the Photography gallery and I came across an image titled, "The Lane." I was really partial to it, so I reached out to member iaacf to get more information about it.
Pin the Crown on the Princess is a photograph taken in 2008 by renderosity artist auntiek. It's our choice for a featured image.
I've always wondered how people get their start as an artist. Are you born with artist genes or do you develop them over time? Most people have said from an early age, they've always loved making art. But, I wondered how exactly they started.
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