I like Matt's idea. Maybe we can have another project on this...?!
Originally Posted by MattCarey
The APUG anniversary is like that. People post whatever they photographed on the anniversary of APUG in the anniversary gallery. I think the last two anniversary galleries weren't retained when Sean last upgraded the software, but perhaps they could be reinstated.
I'm ok to pay the postage out of Australia to wherever, if I happen to end up as last on the list in Oz...
Seems a small price to pay for the fun of it all
If we start another project to do this (which, I'd like to do rather than change this one), how about instead of "a day in the life" , randomly choosing one specific time GMT on a specific day, and having everyone take their picture at the same instant?? Granted, some folks would be taking their picture at 12:15pm and others at 3:15am, but wouldn't it be cool to have everyone take their shots at the same time?
Originally Posted by sensanjay
If I'm shooting at 3.15am, will you accept an image made with a 2 hour exposure?
Originally Posted by kwmullet
I like the idea - start a new topic and I'm in!
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I'm bummed, I was out of town when this thread got started! If you decide to send a second camera around the world, I'd like to participate!
Well, I finally put the list together for our cameras little trip and will take my shot this weekend and send it on its way. I tried to have it cross borders as little as possible. There are total of seven times when it will cross a border (counting Hawaii).
here is the list in order
Kevin W. Mullett
(goes to Hawaii)
Robert M. Teague
(goes back to CA)
M. Walter Lyon
David A. Goldfarb
(goes to Canada)
(goes to UK)
(goes to Belgium)
(goes to Denmark)
(goes to Australia)
End of Journey
I have to admit I have only lurked the last couple of days as I have been having my annual battle with the IRS.
Here's to good shots
I am working with my local community college to have a photo class where all the students in the class will use the same type of camera (probably a holga) so that the class will be based on content and subject matter rather than who has the better camera.
YAY! I get to see them first!!! :P Thanks G So how long do we think it might take for the little traveller to make it's way to the end of the line? Might be a good idea to post in here every time someone sends the camera off to the next person so we can see where its at.
I am figuring about 6 to 7 months before you see it. I put you last because you were willing to have them processed. I have been catching up and saw that someone is interested in getting prints or maybe a cd of the images. Don't know how we can go about that, but I wouldn't mind having a scanned image of mine.