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Re: [Mid-CT-Photography-Meetup] Photo Uploads - The compromise

From: Massimo N.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 11:05 AM

Glad to hear from you and thank you for your solution, which I find very sensible.


From: Sue O <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Monday, July 2,[masked]:48 PM
Subject: [Mid-CT-Photography-Meetup] Photo Uploads - The compromise

This seems to have gotten lost in the shuffle,
Again let me say that every member of this group is entitled to express their opinion as long as it is done in a constructive and respectful manner.
As a compromise, I'm going to lift the limit on the number of images you can  upload. BUT I'm going to ask you to limit the number of images you upload to 10 every 48 hours. This will give others a chance to have their work interwoven.
That said, I encourage all of you to edit, edit, edit.  It too is a critical part of the process. If you edit your work you will continue to develop your eye which is an important part of great technique.  It's not just looking to see what others have done. I challenge you all to do the following 2 exercises: Go back and look at some of our past albums and see what your fellow photographers posted vs. what you posted now with the benefit of hindsight.  Does it stand up?  Is each image you posted unique from the other images you posted?  Did you have a unique viewpoint from your fellow photogs? In addition, try a more objective view.  Go to the albums of other photo meet-ups, look at their albums and view them critically.  You may just come away with a different viewpoint.

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