7-3-2011 Weekly landscape show and tell.

Started Jul 3, 2011 | Discussions thread
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7-3-2011 Weekly landscape show and tell.

Rick & I are hosting the Weekly Landscape Thread on rotating months. Our hope is that someone else will step up to take a month in the rotation. Andy (SeaScout851) has been kind enough to volunteer to sub for us when we are out of town during our designated months. However, we really need someone permanent in our rotation to give the hosts a longer break and to provide the fresh perspective of another individual.

The gist of the weekly topic is to share, learn and grow with help from like-minded shooters. BUT REMEMBER, you are amongst fellow photographers 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 the topic (view the topic in Threaded View to understand).

We ask that that you embed your images (displayed within the message) - instructions for doing this are here: http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/rules.asp?forum=1029 ) rather than provide a link. This should make it as convenient as possible for all to view and comment. Please provide the shooting information for each image in the message body where possible (Camera, lens, FL, aperture, shutter speed, ISO etc.).

Cityscapes, abstract landscapes, B&W are all suitable subjects here. Old images are also fine and do not need to be this week's shot nor does the image need to be shot with Canon.

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