Posted by Nomad on November 06, 2006 at 09:38:10:
In Reply to: Photozella - A slightly different take! posted by did someone say different? on October 31, 2006 at 15:41:00:
: Yes, indeed. this is a birth of something to what shape it will take who knows. I for one am excited about it and think its a great idea, i might have said that before and still believe it very much so. As of the posed shots. you might get a few of alot of different shots, posed and not posed, but knowing the camera is there doesnt matter if the photography is of a certain level of quality and I think I know we will get both at that level and perhaps even higher, I think this is a very important factor in doing this along with many other factors that are also important. I am not going to name them here, I am sure if I can figure it out, others can also. Who knows, we may create an awareness that wasnt there before, and where that may lead. Well, call me a dreamer.
Thank you "dreamer", as I think you have the right attitude. I think there are lots of people at the sidelines who feel they may be interested in Photozella but want to wait and see what happens before they participate. The outcome of Photozella-2 will now allow me to re-create photozella.com into something clearer and more definite in its intentions and hopefully the base group of participants and potential participants will grow over time.
Starting work on re-making photozella.com and planning Photozella-3 is taking time to get to because I am still organizing the hundreds of images sent in by photographers. Every person who participated gets their own CD of images of themselves (and a select cross-section set). Compiling these is taking me W-E-E-K-S. I never imagined how much work it is. And as I go along I have been feeding image sets to Cocco. So far Cocco has posted less than 10% of all the images I have. And the best are yet to come. I am almost done with this phase of the process.
So soon I will start planning out how to proceed for future events. Any suggestions are welcome.
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