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Ryu shot Croatia vs Serbia which was good, and figure skating while ill which was bad. Matt shot one soccer match and took the rest of the month off to recover from illness. Notice a trend?
Ryu and Matt continue their discussion (blog posts: here and here) sparked by a reader question about creativity vs stock photos.
Training Ground is now on video. If you’d like to participate (and we think you should), enter your pictures in the Flickr thread and make sure to tag them BLFSTG201304.
Our March 2013 themed competition was “Unique (and thoughtful) Composition.”
The winner was J. Jakobson with this well-composed Formula 1 picture:
Second place was a windsurfing picture by Brendan Bank, and third place was a well-lit hockey picture by Skaugvold.
The April 2013 themed competition is “Tight and Detailed”. Goto our BLFS flickr group page for competition rules and to enter.
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3 thoughts on “Podcast: EP26 – Art vs Commerce”
The photographs that won/were entered in the “Unique (and thoughtful) Composition” were all great pictures, my only complaint is, the competition stated it was for the “best indoor sports picture”, in which the 1st and 2nd place pictures do not qualify. Did the criteria change?
indoor sports was the March competition
I was just curious because the 1st and 2nd place photographs were both outdoor sports