Shoot-In: Instructions for Submitting

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Lisa Horton, Aug 31, 2003.

  1. Lisa Horton

    Lisa Horton Guest

    This weeks Shoot-In closes at Midnight next Sunday, Sep 8.

    Before you send your picture, make sure it's a .jpg type file, and that
    the long side is no more than 800 pixels. As you set your "quality"
    setting, remember that the longer your picture takes to load, the more
    likely it is to be skipped. Do make your photo an attachment to your
    email.

    Mail your photo to NOT to my regular
    email. At seemingly random intervals I'll upload the photos to the
    Shoot-In gallery. On Sunday Sep 8, I'll announce the location of the
    gallery, and we can start talking about the photos.

    Lisa
     
    Lisa Horton, Aug 31, 2003
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  2. Lisa Horton

    Mark M Guest

    Are you going to tell us the "theme" (or whatever you call it) for the week?
    Did I miss something?
     
    Mark M, Aug 31, 2003
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  3. Lisa Horton

    Lisa Horton Guest

    See what happens when you let Zog use the computer, you miss stuff! :)

    Here's a repost of Ken Cashion's mandate for this week's Shoot-In

    Subject -- The Pin Hole Photograph

    Method -- Turn a map of your city, town, village, neighborhood, farm,
    etc., so the back faces you. If you have no map, print one from the
    Net or draw a reasonable looking one. Stick a pin in the sheet in a
    single, random manner...eyes closed would be appropriate.
    Turn map over. The location of the Pin Hole identifies the
    area where your subject awaits your discovery. Submit an image
    acquired at/from that location as closely to the identified spot as
    possible. The subject is whatever you can locate there that interests
    you -- providing the subject existed there before you arrived.

    Purpose -- To encourage photographers to go out with no preconceived
    idea for a photograph and apply their vision, skills, and art to
    produce their best effort.

    Photography can begin immediately.

    Please read Shoot-In Rulz. There should be few questions
    but if there are, please do not post them to me via e-mail. Post them
    here. All information should be available to all.

    Ken Cashion
     
    Lisa Horton, Aug 31, 2003
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  4. Lisa Horton

    Mark M Guest

    It might be helpful if announcements come from one person (you).
    This way, we don't have to wonder whose post to look for.
    Thanks for the re-post.
     
    Mark M, Aug 31, 2003
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  5. Lisa Horton

    Mark M Guest

    Lisa make Zog cry for now Mark not let Zog use computer.
    Zog throw rock at Lisa.
     
    Mark M, Aug 31, 2003
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  6. Lisa Horton

    Lisa Horton Guest

    I'm sorry if I was snippy Mark, was not intended.

    I'd suggest just keep a lookout for posts with titles starting with
    "Shoot-In:"

    Lisa
     
    Lisa Horton, Aug 31, 2003
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  7. Ugg not throw rocks

    Ugg show Zog how make spear point with flint

    BUT . . . . . . Ugg not throw spear at Lisa

    Ugg think in enough trouble with Lisa already
     
    Tony Parkinson, Sep 1, 2003
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  8. Lisa Horton

    Bandicoot Guest

    Poggle quite good at flint tools already. Not so good at getting stone axe
    out of computer though...
     
    Bandicoot, Sep 1, 2003
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