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May 28th, 2009
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Four views of a paper bag.

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From:zebraartist
Date:May 28th, 2009 10:01 pm (UTC)
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oh, great idea for the white on white challenge - nice set of images!

I'm not going to make any suggestions (like our mutual friend Yo did *waving at Yo* ....and I'm fighting really hard not to use quotation marks some place in this message!
Cheaters never prosper, and besides, they don't do real photography, anyway!


hahahahahahah - oh, sorry. I digress!
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From:dianavilliers
Date:May 28th, 2009 10:19 pm (UTC)
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Thanks, hello and welcome! Constructive criticisim is highly appreciated around here, as is punctuation, but if your quote mark key is wearing out I totally understand.
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From:zebraartist
Date:May 28th, 2009 10:23 pm (UTC)
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oh, darn it!
I knew I forgot to tell you something...
I abuse punctuation...not always on purpose, but yes, I do! There! I said it!

(I don't know if you saw it through all the 70-some messages over there - but for one person, the ONLY thing she had to say over there was something about my need to use quotation marks - oh, to be 19 again, and to have alllll the answers. heh)
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From:dianavilliers
Date:May 28th, 2009 11:26 pm (UTC)
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Well, I've been lurking 'round the intrawebs long enough that a spelling/grammar/punctuation flame really just doesn't register any more. Mostly I read through the 70 comments to see how many of the standard arguments came up.
So far I've got
* You can do it all in a darkroom anyway.
* Ansel Adams did it in a darkroom so it's ok.
* My personal favourite - Your camera's software is going to make decisions about white balance et cetera whether you like it or not - you might as well take charge of the process.
* The pretentious artistic argument - Art is not artificially limited to certain processes (it may of course be limited by current technology, but there are smart people working on that all the time), unless the artist so chooses, at which point the process becomes part of the artistic statement. (The you can make art with a computer, or with a hole-in-a-box, or anything in between argument.)

Have I missed any? Also, You gonna add me back?
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From:zebraartist
Date:May 28th, 2009 11:32 pm (UTC)
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oops!
I thought I added you when I started snooping over here :-)
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From:dianavilliers
Date:May 29th, 2009 01:35 am (UTC)
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Yeah, I figured it was an oversight. :D
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