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How does a photographer create their own style!
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on 28th August 2013
 
As a new professional photographer, I have learned one thing. It takes time to develop your own style. It is a process that cannot be rushed or cannot be copied. Every photographer has a vision about how they see a subject. This interpretation is what helps create our individuality.I tried to copy other artists in the past, but that is a futile...

NEW !!! URBANabstractism
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on 28th July 2013
 
i call it URBANABSTRACTISM and i find myself in it 100%...

NEW !!! URBANabstractism
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on 28th July 2013
 
i call it URBANABSTRACTISM and i find myself in it 100%...

3 Ways to Identify an Artist
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on 29th January 2013
 
When I first started painting, not knowing any better, I purchased my paint in small 50ml tubes, and had virtually every hue available to me. I soon realised that a more limited pallet produced less garish paintings, and that buying paint in a larger sized 2.5 litre bucket was far more cost effective and convenient. I've also noticed...

Tax In Post
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on 26th January 2013
 
I've never written a blog article before, so bear with me on this! OK, I thought I would show how I create one of my paintings from the beginning. The canvas is 16" x 20" and I usually sketch out what I am planning in pencil, but because my paintings generally come from my imagination, it does result in lots of erasing,...

PAINTING NUDES IN INK
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on 4th December 2012
 
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THE GREAT ESCAPE
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on 15th November 2011
 
From the series: NATURAL ARCHITECTURE, THE GREAT ESCAPE -the last wild seeds escaping genetic modification. All life has importance; there is no heirarchy in the universe. The artist can express this through close observation of nature. The lion and the antilope both have their place; there is no aggressor or victim. Our "civilisation" is built...

Guilherme Ghisoni
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on 18th October 2011