Thanks Angel.Originally Posted by AngelZhou
You really helped me.
How much would the board and spray cost?
Originally Posted by eikin
We live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities. - Oscar Wilde
hi i am a noobie. i know i am in no position to make a comment on the comment qouted by eyes but it is rather disturbing to see a mature or rather experience photographer talking bad or bringing down another photopgraher. i bet you were the same or maybe not when you just started out to the world of photography? i understand that is rather rude of the ahlian to be wearing skimpy shorts to a place of worship but that is not the right way to comment bout her. what if she really won the award? i bet your jaw will drop. how really fantastic are your shots to make such a comment on the ahlian?Originally Posted by eyes
Last edited by noizgod; 13th February 2006 at 05:27 AM.
Originally Posted by metallilan
"Digital photographs submitted for this competition should have at least a 300dpi resolution..." Ermm...what does it mean by this?....
1. Since you know you're in no position to comment on the subject, I believe you know what to do.Originally Posted by noizgod
2. When I started out, I always have the courtesy to ask when taking photos on private property.
3. I know it's rubbish because I shot the church before and know the angles better than 1st timers and I can tell from that angle fires, it just plainly junk- unless she decides to do some abstract.
4. How much are you offering me to see my portfolio?
5. Perhaps when you achieve something like a licienate or associate, perhaps we shall continue this topic further.
6. Please don't OT my comments on rude personality into anti-photography.
Sounds like typical baroque church decoration ...Originally Posted by eyes
Why not?Originally Posted by redstone
Guys, its just an award. Lets just live and let leave no matter how others might wanna shoot it? Though it is rude, i fully agree, but we'll leave it to the results to find out? we're all learning no matter professional or newbie. Don't let stuff like that ruin a nice Valentine's day ya? is in the air....
well just a piece of advice...don't be a bigheaded. it is a downfall. trust me it won't get you anywhere. you should be teaching the noobie and not discriminating or dissing. or best still you should have approach her if you think what she did was wrong.Originally Posted by eyes
Anyone thought of the possibility that someone submit an entry taken by a professional and claims it be theirs?
I mean, if someone obtain permission from a pro to use their photos for competition, what does that make of that person? *worse part the pro allow the person to do so*
jus wana see what you guys have to say about this.
well, anyone who do so and gets 'caught' surely will be disqualified. in the spirit of the competition, maybe just think about how to create good pictures oneself rather than worry about what others will doOriginally Posted by sprewell
Well, i kind of think so too. People like these cannot hide behind those images that do not belong to them forever, sooner or later, people will realise that those pics are not taken by themselves.Originally Posted by eikin
So even if they win the top prize in sypa, i'm pretty sure the truth will be out sooner or later...
this is so cool of you. how about some cool photographers or hobbyist with better EYES than you enters your church for the 1st time and snap better pictures than you do?Originally Posted by eyes
is this architecture enough? or too abstract?
what's architecture for you?Originally Posted by germ_boi
thanks for the info
being a newbie. i've always thought of architecture as heavily uninteresting.Originally Posted by eikin
more of a marriage of lines and a harmony of design, architecture photography preaches the use of lines i guess.
to me, the accompanying caption would probaby be:
with this, will we be able to soar in the heavens like the birds do?
(but then again, it would make it seem abstract. sigh. i really dont know!)
germ_boi: the thought that something is uninteresting already narrows down your creativity. at the most basic level, and also the most profound level, think of 'space' i'm sure the libraries have many good reads on architecture photography
Last edited by eikin; 14th February 2006 at 11:09 PM.
thanks everyone for your comments! eyes too
eikin: have sent you a PM