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PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 7:56 pm 
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Some really good and innovative entries so far and we still have three weeks to go.

Cheers Ormina

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Some very nice entries so far, it is going to be tough one this month, interesting to see how everyone is showing their ideas of reflection.

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I am also quite excited... pictures look really good

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Gordon,
First of all thank you to you and everyone at Camera Labs and Dslrtips.com. You provide a great service to those of us who have a real desire to learn photography. Sorry I haven't posted lately. I am so busy with my career and taking more college courses and keeping up with family obligations that my hobbies take the back seat.

My reason for writing is, could you ad a requirement to put the date the photo was taken in the photo post to ensure they are taken them month of the assignment. Just a thought.

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We can get the date from the EXIF Data, so perhaps jsut request that all EXIF data is intact?

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wow...first time on an assigment...Great pictures and it's just starting..

Ormina...awsome.
Nitroshot uff, I thought it was a painted helmet..haha...cool.

Have fun.

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well, I am a slacker so far this month..nitro omg, that helmet..and the holocaust pond with the hand to remind us...love the reflective lake, and the cool refective grampa! The glass, simple, stunning..that OWL, and the pile of gear Orimina is amasing..love this thread. Always have always will...great to see your submissions, each one well thought out, composed well, and look at how many different interpretations!


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hey, thanks gordon. i misread the guidelines a bit, thanks for setting me straight! i'm definitely a new user and take my D80 wherever I go, seriously! I'll make sure follow the rules spot on for next month. Thanks!!


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Wow Nitroshots, I love it! Definitely an early frontrunner for my vote this month.

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hi great shots so far. am racking my brains. I really want to try on this one. Ormina love the owl
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Some one has got the Mark II N.. Great to see some high end DSLR owners in this website =)

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ok, who's got the good camera.


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Yeah, what she said. "who has the good camera?"

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OH, Chinamark....yikety....pretty scary 'flection....glad the real you is present most of the time...(the good one...lol). Great take on the theme, and good to see your good side, and your not so good side...those red eyes.....omg...good job!

Lensbaby, we are going to hafta ferret out the camera information on who has the good one....just like them to dangle it, and keep us guessing...




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Lensbaby, after much brilliant deduction and looking at the who's got what on the bottom of the submission page, and the fact that the image posted is so clear, and nice, I was able to "CSI" it...and that is who is in charge of the goods. Nitro. The Helmet Reflection shot.

shudda known..

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