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bird perspective pack example2 by syccas-stock bird perspective pack example2 by syccas-stock
So far I've only uploaded packs, giving you collective preview images, but never "examples" like this... I will change that now. Whenever I shoot a new pack, I'll start with one or two examples and the submit the whole pack :)
I've also decided to give some examples of already uploaded packs, choosing one or two of the best:

This is an example or the bird perspective images series there are generally 9 packs, with different topics if you like this example, please take a look at the other images:
Liz bp lying I pack
Liz bp lying II pack
Liz bp sitting pack
Liz bp standing I pack
Liz bp standing II pack
Liz bp corpse pack
Liz bp floating pack
Liz bp flying and falling pack
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Miss-Ag Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
love the pose <3
Xirene Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used here, thank you! [link]
L0rdDrake Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I actually like this. (and this one [link]) I have some ideas for using 'em but I'm horrid at photo manipulations. Don't think this work deserves to be mutilated by me. ^^'
syccas-stock Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
glad you like it. ah, just go ahead and knock yourself out ;) the pic won't mind and neither will I
L0rdDrake Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll fav 'em so I can find them when I've got time. :)
syccas-stock Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Unadzuki Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Used it as a reference here: [link] Thank you!
serbus Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Used here: [link]

Excellent stock, thank you.
serbus Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Finished: [link]
Lorelei-Coral Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010
Many of your stock images should be retaken, There's so much grain on them.
syccas-stock Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
why, thank you for your encouraging words. I will immediately jump to action, force all my friends into dozens of outfits and poses and spend weeks reposting every single image to dA. after all I get so much money and appreciation out of this I can just skip my three jobs and university!

next time you have some good advice, take the time to actually phrase it as such. else all people will read out of it is an impolite "you suck!" which doesn't help anyone.
Lorelei-Coral Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010
I'm gonna ignore your attitude for now.
I only stated the obvious. I never told you to quit any of your jobs or any of the crap you mentioned, my comment was nothing more but a suggestion. Your stock, poses and how everything is thought out is inspiring but only beginners or artists who only use stock as reference can use some your stuff because for advanced artists, it's either too blurry or too grainy.

I wouldn't suggest your stock to anyone now that I see that you show attitude towards the slightest comment or suggestion. If you're mad about something then don't take it out on other people, I was neither demanding nor requesting, but only suggesting that some of the stock should be redone.. it was a comment to only place a thought in your mind for someday when you do have the time.
snappapple Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Firstly: Not all stock is used for manipulations, there is nothing wrong with this stock for drawing line art, sketching or pose-referencing. Moreover there is more than enough recent stock that is of higher resolution, better quality and depth to choose from within this account... Is it necessary to nit-pick on the FEW images that were taken with a lower-caliber camera for the express purposes of fueling your holier-art-than-thou attitude regarding what you, personally deem acceptable? If you don't like the free (read: no cost to you whatsoever) stock art, don't use it.
Lorelei-Coral Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2010
Yea I know, that's why I said that the grainy stuff can only be used by those that are starting out to be photomanipulators or those that use it for referencing, like what you said. It's just that there are such beautiful photos that are grainy that's why I commented saying what I did, would be really nice if someday they do get reshot so that those specific ones can be used by advanced photomanipulators. I never showed attitude though, I don't know how everyone reads my comments but I'm actually quite calm and only voicing an opinion that's all. But thanks for commenting.
syccas-stock Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
lol MY attitude?! you are getting FREE stock here from people who dedicate time, money and effort - the LEAST you can do is behave in a social way, which includes phrasing a critique in an ENcouraging way. it would have cost you a mere second to add something like "your new stock is good, though" or "if you have the time, you could think about retaking some of the old ones" but no, you decided to blatantly throw a "it's grainy. retake it" in my face. you are not my boss yet you choose a condescending tone similar to an order rather than a suggestion or advice. what did you expect? seriously now?

it may surprise you, but I KNOW that my older photos are of an inferior quality, I've even already talked to Liz about retaking them and I've talked to many other artists before who suggested to re-create them (so much for your "slightest comment or suggestion"-theory). these conversations went perfectly well - you know why? because THEY knew how to behave like a civil human being when talking to someone who actually provides them with things they can make use of.

and that is the last thing I will say in that matter. I do not need people like you on my account.
localmarco Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2010
beautiful picture!
StockFeatures Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2007
Hello, you have been featured here @ *StockFeatures! Thank you! :heart:
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July 2, 2006
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Camera Data

Konica Minolta Camera, Inc.
Shutter Speed
10/10000 second
Focal Length
9 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Mar 17, 2004, 11:51:30 PM