* 06/29/2009 Weekly Landscape/Scenic Show & Tell

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* 06/29/2009 Weekly Landscape/Scenic Show & Tell
Jun 29, 2009

The gist of the weekly topic is to share, learn, and grow, with help from like-minded shooters. BUT REMEMBER, you're amongst fellow photographers, who are interested as much in how you got the shot and made the presentation, as they are in the presentation itself.

How it works here:

  • To post your submission, return to the first message and hit REPLY. This gives each submission it's own thread within this topic (view the topic in Threaded view, to understand).

  • We ask that images are embedded (displayed in message), rather than linked, for the convenience of all.

  • Comments and Critiques: If you want C&C, you MUST include shot specs & a little telling of how the shot was obtained and developed. The more you put into it, the easier it is for others to address your intent, objective, and concerns.

  • No Responses to a submission: It will happen. Don't take it personally. Follow up your ignored message with a nudge you've been forgotten (and, again, speak of what you seek here, from your peers).

  • Try to make one observation on another's submission in return. No one is responsible for insuring everyone's submission is acknowledged, yet everyone is (including you).

It's Show & Tell time - let's see what drives your passion!

"I do not believe that anyone can [or should] attempt to influence an artist in his work, but the artist should always remain alert to comment and constructive observations - they just might have potential value in promoting serious thought about the work. Artists in all media find themselves in "grooves" at times, and some never escape. It is best to leave to critics and historians the dissecting of subtle differences in our work over time. The photographer should simply express himself, and avoid the critical attitude when working with his camera. Only when it is complete should we apply careful objective evaluation of our work."
-Ansel Adams, The Print.

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