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March contest judge

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  April 27, 2011 06:33 PM

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I know you all think I have been in Timbuktu for awhile, but I've actually been on two major projects. I apologize for neglecting you. But some good news: We have a terrific judge for the March "Human Form" contest: Mark Sarver, a freelance photographer and technical consultant who formerly taught at the New England School of Photography.

When he was at NESOP, Mark taught Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, and other programs, as well as printing, color, color theory, and more: "Pretty much all things digital," he said.

As a consultant, he still likes to teach people how to use digital tools, so if you want advice on a good photo printer, Mark's your guy.

He's going through the 196 entries we received for the March contest; his Final 50 will be ready in time to be posted Monday morning.

Meanwhile, I'm back to chugging through the Scavenger Hunt entries; I really appreciate all the advice you gave me on the criteria.

And there still are a few days to enter the Humor contest for April: We have some great photos already.

Enjoy the royal wedding!

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