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PostPosted: Wed Jul 15, 2009 2:58 pm 
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Great entries so far! (getting back on topic)

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Hi Lensbaby

Perfect... excellent tutorial for nuggets like me... thanks a lot...

BTW .. i cudnt get the two websites that he was mentioning in that video file.. or may be i am not able to figure it out correctly... can you please let me know those two websites aswell if you dont think this is pain for you? :( ..

Honestly.. thanks a lot for this video.... i really wonder how many trickts that we can actually do with these kind of softwares...

Can i know your original name please other than lensbaby? Only if you dont mind telling me ... :)

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 1:49 pm 
Got me first ever entry in.

Had an amazing day out with friends, and after being completely stuck for ideas, one finally popped into my head; extreme poses. Messing around on the waterfront with the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge in the background was even better.


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MIDNIGHT GMT 21 AUGUST 2009: POLLS CLOSED - WE HAVE A WINNER!

Congratulations to palakaboy who has won July's Assignment with a decisive 13% of the total votes. In second place is Q u e n t i n with 6%, followed by WestCoast, daisy, Nelepl and thestig2010 who all came joint third with 4% of the votes each. As always, congratulations to everyone who entered, especially our first-timers.

As always, this means the winner, palakaboy, has until the end of August to suggest a theme for September's assignment, along with any rules. You have until 31 August to do so, although sooner is always better so we can start thinking! As always, please let us know what the theme is in this thread.

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well in plakaboy!

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`Congratulations` Palakaboy on winning the assignment. Well done!
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thanks guys :D

really appreciate the votes!


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Congrats Kabayan!


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salamat Sonnyboy!


Here's my theme for September...

"Goodbye"

Standard rules apply, 500px so on and so forth. The only thing I'd like to add is the absence of an explanation.

so to reiterate:

single post only
500px on the long end
EXIF & PP done.


NO STORY/NO EXPLANATION


reason I don't want an explanation is because I want the pictures to speak for themselves.


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Congrats on the win Palakaboy. Your choice of subject should be interesting, thanks
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