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Old 04-19-2010   #1
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Gallery picks for the week ending 04/19/10

Gallery Picks is an opportunity for you to post a heads up to what you have seen during the past seven days at RFF that you like.
There's no membership requirement, no criteria (except past seven days), no voting, no limit to the number of photos mentioned, and everybody mentioned is a winner.

Anybody can start the thread on a Monday.

Anybody can join in, it's a community event!
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Ducky:


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I've been a real grouch all week due to a stubborn head cold but these two did please me:

Vince Lupo "Mary"


dazedgonebye "Becoming Clouds"
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Here are mine for this week:

Swann - "Avalanche protection"





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Didn't see all last week, so probably missed some of the goodness.

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dazedgonebye: Zipper & Becoming Clouds - sometimes its all about the color...






Todd.Hanz: getting ready to drop & sk8 bowl






Merelyok: Triptych & Dreamscape





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Semrich: Foggy Beach





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Frank Petronio: Sarah & A & Britt - it's OK to feel a little dirty after viewing Frank's work, his work is excellent and it is your human nature...








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And also a nod to Vince Lupo's Mary previously posted by petronius and gho.
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Thanks to everyone for the mention. Those were from my brief jaunt to New Mexico a couple of weeks ago with my Hasselblads...I'm definitely going back there!
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Old 04-19-2010   #18
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I always find it interesting when particular members only jump in on this weekly thread to "thanK" other members for posting their pictures, but never pay a compliment to any other fotos. Are they so full of themselves that they think they have the only decent fotos??!! I mean, it happens week after week after ........... I'm just sayin'............

Accolades to all the above, but especially : Plus Ones to Semrichs trip to the foggy beach, DazedGoneBy's trip to the County fair, Shayallans homie portrait, Checs blender series, Keiths model on the chair X2, and.....Rob Klurfield, RealaFan, and my personal fave of the week by Igor S. , and AdamKrugs portrait



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I always find it interesting when particular members only jump in on this weekly thread to "thanK" other members for posting their pictures, but never pay a compliment to any other fotos. Are they so full of themselves that they think they have the only decent fotos??!! I mean, it happens week after week after ........... I'm just sayin'............
What's with the tiptoeing around? You have an issue with Vince (for he's the only one that matches your description so far), stand up like a man and say so.

I don't see at all how being polite and saying thanks is a bad thing. Whether someone contributes photos to the thread or not has nothing to do with that.
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fotomeow, please disregard the following:








Thanks to todd hanz, jay decker and batterytypeha for the recognition.

For the record, I don't think I'm all that...I just rely on this thread to show me the great stuff out of the gallery because I usually don't think to mark them as favorites or remember to post them on Monday.
I feel incredibly guilty over this. I may have to give up photography, or at least give up posting to the gallery until I am able to correct this character defect. Problem is, there are so many other character defects that have even greater impact on those around me that it might be a while before I get around to this one.
In the mean time, thanks so much for the patience and the recognition of my poor efforts.



ok fotomeow, you can start reading again.
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fotomeow, thanks for mentioning my photo. I'm always flattered to get mentioned here because there are so many really superb artists of all stripes all over RFF, pros and amateurs alike. I'm always grateful to capture some fleeting light in way that other people like. anyway, apologies to you great artists for having taken a few weeks away from commenting on gallery images. I actually thought I was overdoing it for a while there. between a heavy workload in my day job and the feeling it was time leave space for others, I took a much needed break. I take enough bad shots that anytime I see something of mine here, I'm surprised and delighted.
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Wow - last week's picture harvest is quite impressive! So, it's quite easy to come up with more noteworthy pictures.

Here are my picks:

'Cr ack ed' by Bike Tourist


'Night Training' by LynnB


'Wash my hands' by kutting is my pick for this week's cutest picture


'Sleep' by kbg32is my pick for this week's most innovative picture


'The Red Chairs Await...' by reala fan (I first thought 'what a brilliant color key pic', but wait this probably is a straight color picture)



Oh, and I want to give way to my vanity: Thank you Petronius for mentioning my picture ...
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Thank you Tony and Richard. I really must learn how to contribute to this thread myself. Bit dim I`m afraid but Fotomeow has given me a kick up the arse.
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What's with the tiptoeing around? You have an issue with Vince (for he's the only one that matches your description so far), stand up like a man and say so.

I don't see at all how being polite and saying thanks is a bad thing. Whether someone contributes photos to the thread or not has nothing to do with that.
True, I have not mentioned anyone this particular week -- have you in fact checked all the weeks that 'Gallery Picks' has existed or anywhere else on the Forum to determine whether I've ever acknowledged anyone else's photos or not? Is that the prerequisite for saying 'thanks' or being mentioned? Is it better if I didn't say thanks at all?

Tell you what -- I will try to make an effort to recognize other people's work for the next little while on the 'Gallery Picks' thread. I, in turn, will not post any more photos to the Gallery until I've done so. Will that make you happy?
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I suggest you read both posts again, Vince, and then decide who's criticizing you, and who is defending you. It's really not that hard.
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oh god, there I go again, stirring up trouble. I take it back if I ruffled anyone's feathers. I do appreciate the contributions members make on this forum, and the responsibility that members' show to actively participate and make RFF worthwhile for us all.
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OK ... we've had our yearly scuffle in the 'gallery picks' forum!

Moving right along .......


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Here is my pick for the week, by Jamie Pillars:



And I'll tell ya. I miss alot week to week and this thread is GREAT to bring the many talented image makers we have here to the forefront. WE ROCK!!!


And....a humble thank you for the nods to: Arjay, fotomeow, Jay Decker...
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Hello friends, as always too much to learn of you all. My favorites photos this week were.

Keith


Alex Krasotkin

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Frank Petronio


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Chuck Cates

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Thanks guys. I never thought that particular photo of mine would be nominated.


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I suggest you read both posts again, Vince, and then decide who's criticizing you, and who is defending you. It's really not that hard.

I'm fully aware that you were not criticizing me -- I did quote your comment only because the original comment by fotomeow did not call me out by name, so I think it's not too hard to figure out.

Back to the original point -- I will make more of an effort in this particular weekly thread to acknowledge people's work. I in turn will not upload any more photos to the Gallery for the time being, so that my work does not have the opportunity appear in the weekly thread. I think that will solve the problem, and I hope we can now move on.
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I am grateful and happy to be mentioned sometimes; and all the pictures I particularly liked this week, have been pointed to already. Your criticism ( to the good and to the bad) is always appreciated, it helps a lot! Thanks again.
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I'm fully aware that you were not criticizing me -- I did quote your comment only because the original comment by fotomeow did not call me out by name, so I think it's not too hard to figure out.
Sorry, but that simply doesn't fly. If you quote somebody else's post and then continue with "have you in fact checked," "tell you what" and "will that make you happy," then that "you" will be understood to refer to the person you're quoting.

If you don't see that, well maybe you are indeed "too full of yourself" as fotomeow said.
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Thank you, Arjay for the notice.

Now, can anyone tell me if there is an explanation of how to post these pictures in case one wanted to pick some images for inclusion? I should know this. But, I don't.
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This is what I do:
  • Open two tabs/windows, one for the gallery and one for the post you're writing
  • Right-click on the photo in the gallery
  • Select "Copy Image Location" -- this will put the URL of the image on your clipboard
  • Click the insert image icon (sunset behind green hills) in your post and paste the URL into the dialog that comes up
May not be the best way and it's indeed anything but obvious, but it works.
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I like visiting this thread out of vanity and also to find some of the better images from other people during the week.

Thanks for picking mine once in a while.

But yes I am a selfish pig for not participating more, cataloging and stalking your photos, etc. The 2-3 times I've troubles myself to mention a photo they have been really, really awesome.

Sorry, I am what I am ;-) Oink Oink Oink

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batterytypehah!. any method is better than no method.

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