It is that time of year again: Sigma Shoot

Started May 28, 2004 | Discussions thread
Gary Dean Mercer Clark
Gary Dean Mercer Clark Veteran Member • Posts: 5,606
Re: It is that time of year again: Sigma Shoot--wow


Great idea for a shoot. I live on the beach in a condo literally built on the sand---hope no hurricanes hit us----should be able to get some pictures here. Where will you put the gallery? Thanks. Gary

Laurence Matson wrote:

We would like to announce the next Sigma Shoot. Some time ago, it
was decided to do these at the seasonal changes. Therefore, the
next Shoot begins on June 21 and ends on June 28.

We are proposing that seasonal change remains the topic, but with a
twist. We would like you to show something of where you live at the
same time. Therefore, this shoot should be done near or around your
home, or whatever serves as home during this period. Specifically,
we would like you to limit yourself to a radius of about 100 yards
or meters of your home.

Obviously, this is not spring springing or fall falling. This is
hunkering down for winter in the south and the heat of summer in
the north. Change is therefore perhaps less important. However,
season and place are.

We look forward to your images. We will provide more details as the
date approaches and then again toward the end of the week on
posting. Once again, we will make a gallery. Since we have a little
more room there now, you may submit two or three images; however,
we will stick to half size this time as well.

Once again, we would like to urge members of the Foveon and Sigma
companies to join us. Their contributions enriched the last Shoot.

Add your questions or comments to this tread.

There is a tide in the affairs of men,
Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
Omitted, all the voyage of their life
Is bound in shallows and in miseries. (eternal test site)

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