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November contest update

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  December 14, 2010 05:43 PM

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Hi folks ... I'm afraid the judge I had lined up for the November contest had to back out, but I have a request out to another local professional, and hopefully she can help us. It's not a great time of year, but my bad for not lining up a judge earlier.

Meanwhile, I wanted to say something about the December title contest: Many of the titles are humorous, and that's perfectly fine, but please keep in mind that this isn't a comedy competition. I'd love to see a good mix of the practical and dramatic in there as well.

Pretend you are about to have a show of your photos at a local gallery, and what sort of titles would likely attract or intrigue would-be buyers. That's why we're doing this exercise - to force you to think about what titles would be most appropriate in a show setting.

In other news, we are going to redesign RAW very slightly either later this month or at the first of the year. We'll be able to display more entries, and will be posting more photo-related news items. We're also going to start featuring local photo bloggers and camera clubs.

So stay tuned.

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