One of my lava stock photos was recently used in a photomanip that got featured as a Daily Deviation! I am pleased to feature MindTuber's work. He has used my lava field stock before to great effect, and I am very happy to see such skillful photomanipulation here. His work is a great example of the creative characters and scenes you can build with a little imagination and the right stock. Be sure to click through and check out his other work!
I get to see my lava stock used in all sorts of dark/apocalyptic-style works, which is awesome. I wish I could go back to Hawai'i and take more, since they lend themselves so well to this kind of application!
Welcome to eliatra-stock! This is my repository of stock photography for any and all interested artists. I have a few rules I ask you to follow, based on what I have seen in my own experience on DA and my own personal preference. They're pretty simple:
Yes, you can use my stock! You don't need to ask my permission first.
If you think you might use my stock, please FAVE it before you SAVE it for your own future reference.
Once you do use it in a piece, link back to this account, eliatra-stock, by linking my avatar and/or deviant name (type : develiatra-stock : or : iconeliatra-stock : without the spaces between the colons and the text) in the deviation description. If you could link back to the resource itself, that would be great too, but at least put eliatra-stock.
Let me know you used it! I'm happy to and comment on works that use my stock!
I don't restrict who can use my stock and for what kinds of artwork, but please no hate speech, etc.
Keep it on DA! If you'd like to use it in a print, shoot me a note and let me know.
Do more than the bare minimum of manipulation! I understand using a photo nearly as-is as a background and doing most of your work on other elements of the image--that's fine. But don't resubmit my stock by itself with just a few color filters. Make it your own original work.