Comments for Weekly Competition # 104 - Craftsmanship


Belinda B.

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 13:47
The usual place for discussion etc.
Belinda B.

beakynet

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 13:53
This could be a big one too! You seem to be inviting anything made by man or animal! Lets hope you don't get 20 pictures of birds' nests
Bodies: K5IIs, K7, MZ5n, LX, MV
Lenses: DA*16-50, DA18-55WR, DA18-135, DAL35, M50 F2, A50 f1.4, FA50 f1.4, DA*50-135, DA55-300, Tamron 70-300, DFA 100 WR Macro, M135 f3.5, Sigma 120-400 APO DG HSM, Tokina 500 f8.0
Flash: Metz 58, Metz 48
Accessories: BG4, Pentax right angle finder, Pentax mirror adaptor lens, O-ME53 Viewfinder Loupe
Auto 110 System: Auto 110, Winder, 18mm, 24mm, 50mm, 70mm, 20-40mm, AF100P, 1.7x telecon

Belinda B.

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 13:57
beakynet wrote:
This could be a big one too! You seem to be inviting anything made by man or animal! Lets hope you don't get 20 pictures of birds' nests

Well they could all get disqualified by not passing the craftsmanship test, before even being considered as photographs
Belinda B.

beakynet

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 15:32
What about a photograph of a photograph, would that count?
Bodies: K5IIs, K7, MZ5n, LX, MV
Lenses: DA*16-50, DA18-55WR, DA18-135, DAL35, M50 F2, A50 f1.4, FA50 f1.4, DA*50-135, DA55-300, Tamron 70-300, DFA 100 WR Macro, M135 f3.5, Sigma 120-400 APO DG HSM, Tokina 500 f8.0
Flash: Metz 58, Metz 48
Accessories: BG4, Pentax right angle finder, Pentax mirror adaptor lens, O-ME53 Viewfinder Loupe
Auto 110 System: Auto 110, Winder, 18mm, 24mm, 50mm, 70mm, 20-40mm, AF100P, 1.7x telecon

mr.mellow

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 18:39
What about craftsmanship thats getting a bit used and worn ?
The older I get the faster I was.
Dave
K-3 II, K10D, DA16-85, DA*50-135, DA12-24, DA18-55, DA 50, Sigma EX DG 70mm Macro, Sigma 70-300mm, Sigma DG 120-400mm APO HSM.
Metz 58 AF-1.

My Flickr link

Belinda B.

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 18:47
mr.mellow wrote:
What about craftsmanship thats getting a bit used and worn ?

Condition or age are not important as long as the original craftsmanship is still evident
Belinda B.

Belinda B.

Link Posted 29/06/2009 - 18:50
beakynet wrote:
What about a photograph of a photograph, would that count?

Just possibly but it could be a risky option
Belinda B.

mr.mellow

Link Posted 02/07/2009 - 17:05
Jan says that I'm a craftsman or is that a crafty man?

The older I get the faster I was.
Dave
K-3 II, K10D, DA16-85, DA*50-135, DA12-24, DA18-55, DA 50, Sigma EX DG 70mm Macro, Sigma 70-300mm, Sigma DG 120-400mm APO HSM.
Metz 58 AF-1.

My Flickr link

Belinda B.

Link Posted 05/07/2009 - 21:56
Just to let you know that I have to leave home early tomorrow morning and will not be staying up late to complete the judging after midnight

If the entries remain as they are now, then the results will be posted early tomorrow morning.

If there is a late rush of entries, then the results will not be posted until early Monday evening
Belinda B.

Belinda B.

Link Posted 06/07/2009 - 06:16
All done, despite the 'late' entries
Belinda B.

bforbes

Link Posted 06/07/2009 - 11:00
hi Belinda your five sided honey comb made me look twice They are six sided because the hexagon makes the most efficient use of the space available. clever things bees
Barrie
Too Old To Die Young

http://www.pentaxphotogallery.com/artists/barrieforbes
https://www.flickr.com/photos/189482630@N03/

Belinda B.

Link Posted 06/07/2009 - 18:38
bforbes wrote:
hi Belinda your five sided honey comb made me look twice They are six sided because the hexagon makes the most efficient use of the space available. clever things bees

Thanks for the correction and the explanation
Belinda B.
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