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    For those of you that like LensWork magazine, the LensWork forum that used to be on photo.net has moved. The old posts are archived on the new site. Here is the link to the new site.

    http://www.lenswork.com/stl-web/bulletin/bb/index.php

    Looks like it was put together with the same software as this site, so navigation should be similar.
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    Thanks for the link, Joe. LensWork has a big following here.

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    Thanks Joe, this is great news..just one more way this forum proves how much everyone helps each other.
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    Not only has the forum moved, there is a new feature, the LensWork Blog. The twist here is that the Blog is audio! No reading! Just listen to the comments and thoughts on photography.

    http://www.lenswork.com/stl-web/b2/index.php
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    I've been checking out the audio blog for the past 20 minutes or so. It is really cool.
    hi!

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    Oh that is great. Gives me way to many ideas. This could be dangerous.

    Think everyone should listen to it. Maybe we could get Sean to do his own audio blog for this site.
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    Thanks Joe. I really like lenswork Even after they rejected my submission!
    Stop trying to get into my mind, There is nothing there!

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    Thomas - Art is all about rejection. Quality rejections make a career 8)

    With any magazine submission you don't know what else has been submitted, what the editor wants to do with the next issue or what is going to be valuable in the future. The article I wrote for LW #51 was submitted about three or four years ago. The article waited patiently until the proper photographs came together in that issue.
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    I sat down last night, and listened to each audio entry that Brooks had made. They were all pretty good, and he did have some interesting point to make.

    I knew I was in for a good ride/rant when, after noticing that most of the comments were between 2-3 minutes in length, that one popped up that was 6 minutes long The entry entitled "An Example of What Makes My Blood Pressure Rise", while a bit rantish, was an eye-opener for me. (most) Galleries, like any other business, are in it for the money, but this is bordering on just plain silliness...btw, if you imagine Brooks wandering around his office, frothing at the mouth, waving his hands in the air, it makes the entry even more entertaining...:-D

    Anyways, the blog entries are a good listen. Recommended.
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    Joe, I don't mind being rejected, it comes with the territory. Heck I even get accepted sometimes also! It is frustrating when the magazine does an article on one of it's own staff who's work is ordinary, But it happens all the time in every profesion. I like and buy the magazine (most issues anyway)
    Stop trying to get into my mind, There is nothing there!

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