December 2011 Photo Competition - Launch and Discussion

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Well done to all who entered November's competition but as always there can only be one winner so congratulations go to russellwood for a runaway win with this picture :thumbsup:

For December he has picked the theme

Urban Nightscapes :)

A personal word of warning for folks to take sensible precautions if participating; as night time and walking around with some expensive kit on show is a recipe for disaster so lets be careful out there :D

As always


who will once again be supplying a 10x8" print of the winning shot :)



And Gordon @


who is once again offering his services for a free ISF calibration, terms and conditions apply, see below :thumbsup:


Closing date is Wednesday 28th December at 7pm or thereabouts.
 
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Miranda

Novice Member
Congrats to the winner :)
I'm must admit though, that I'm a bit confused about the new theme :) This is going to be a lot of long exposure shots, surely? And theme last month was long exposure.. But hey, winner's pick! So not complaining, just tossing out my thoughts :)
 
Yep going to be another batch of long exposures and light trails, and that's OK.

In all honesty though just glad the theme's not Christmas again... Bah Humbug!!!

KH
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
We shall see I suppose.....

Jim
 
Might sit this one out, got lots to do on the run up to Christmas so time's against me...again! :(

Personally I would have liked a Christmas-related theme, but I guess from what Keith's said, that's probably been done to death over the years.

Appreciate "urban nightscape" is the winners choice, so good luck everyone :smashin:

Darren
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Might sit this one out, got lots to do on the run up to Christmas so time's against me...again! :(

Personally I would have liked a Christmas-related theme, but I guess from what Keith's said, that's probably been done to death over the years.

Appreciate "urban nightscape" is the winners choice, so good luck everyone :smashin:

Darren

Of course there's absolutely nothing to stop you using a Christmas scene as your interpretation of an Urban Nightscape.... :lesson:

Jim
 
Of course there's absolutely nothing to stop you using a Christmas scene as your interpretation of an Urban Nightscape.... :lesson:

Jim
This is true, although the street decorations are pretty cr&p around my neck of the woods, as are the streets themselves :(

Darren
 

Vigmandingo

Active Member
Just googled the theme for some idea and I'm pretty excited given my lack of entries in the last couple of months. Might even get one in early given the impending business of christmas with 2 boys under 6 and a big child (me) in the house!
 

bodoman

Distinguished Member
Anyone know the right place to start one off, Simon has probably been obsessed
with admiring his mo in the mirror and has forgotten to start one off:D
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Anyone know the right place to start one off, Simon has probably been obsessed
with admiring his mo in the mirror and has forgotten to start one off:D
It's just another "entry thread" with that name :)
 

Kieron

Distinguished Member
I'm in for this one!
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Is a newcomer to photography welcome this month? Got my first DSLR at the begining of the month, and im off to Prague on the 24th, so would welcome some comments if anything!
All welcome - look forward to seeing your entry :thumbsup:

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Excuse my ingnorance but how do I add my camera details & Flickr link to my user name profile?:rolleyes:
I just added them in a smaller font to my profile signature from the user control panel :)

Jim
 

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