June 1st, 2012, 08:55 AM
the 37th was "signs" and was added after I had already posted the checklist. If anyone WANTS to be a completist, feel free to shoot it on this 32nd day.
But we also consider 36 a complete experience. Sometimes you can squeeze a 37th shot off on a roll of film and sometimes you can't;)
June 1st, 2012, 11:10 AM
Congratulations to all who finished or almost finished and apologies for not looking and commenting. I gave up half way through owing to computer problems which meant that it took about 5 minutes for each image to load and I'm afraid I ran out of patience.
June 1st, 2012, 01:46 PM
Done! I'm surprised to see that I got as many as 12 worth uploading! On the way I felt I got almost none, but hey, that's a third anyway.
Actually I did get something for about half of the prompts, but the others were just way too boring to share.
Thanks again to Luke for the challenge!
This also gave me quite a few hours of extra physical exercise! :)
Now I'll spend more time checking out the posts that others did!
June 1st, 2012, 02:14 PM
I am struggling with the commenting. There are so many! It is harder after the challenge is basically over. I should have kept up!
June 1st, 2012, 03:50 PM
Oh. Well, I don't think I'll be doing signs then.
Re commenting Steve, me too. You could spend all day taking your shots, processing, uploading, commenting on others and not do another single thing between breakfast and dinner. And the more people doing the challenge, the more difficult it becomes. thats life. Comment on the stuff you like and dont try to do all of them. I started working backwards and trying to comment on everything and failed after only 10 or so.
June 1st, 2012, 04:08 PM
That was a lot of shooting, a lot to hit the recycle bin and a lot of practice really for me with all the new software. I probably come off as a processing freak but since it was the first time I was using all the new software I was stretching my wings so to speak. Some photos are more like my standard photos and some are more artistically processed, like when I did web site graphics. Now I have a few film cameras, with the film in that I had put aside, that I need to finish off and several more to poke at. I want to narrow down my users and my shelf sitters.
As to comments, I tried to keep current as I was moving along. I commented when I saw something different or outstanding and to encourage others. Probably about 80% and I'm pretty sure I tagged everyone more than once. I'm not keeping tally, hopefully no one is worried about it either. We all worked on this simultaneously but I think the exercise we gained was more of a personal achievement. We all owe ourselves a pat on the back no matter how much we got done.
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