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05/02/2012 07:17:36 AM · #1
"A classic area of photography that needs little explanation. Do your best to make your photograph as refreshing as you can."

just like the description... put a stick front of "V", it'll be refreshing!
05/02/2012 09:10:13 AM · #2
Why oh why couldn't have this come sometime last week.
05/02/2012 09:29:52 AM · #3
Here are the previous ones:

Landscape

Landscape II

Landscape III

Landscape IV

Landscape V

And some others:

Landscape in Portrait Orientation

Landscape At Night
05/02/2012 09:34:21 AM · #4
Originally posted by JamesDowning:

Why oh why couldn't have this come sometime last week.


on in two weeks when I'm in the mountains, LOL...
05/02/2012 10:06:17 AM · #5
Weather will play a role. I have a two day window in between storms, so I can't procrastinate. After Sunday, I may not be able to see the landscape for a few days due to low ceilings. Will be challenging to cope with snow and ice above 9500'. But, all of that is normal for landscape photography. I'm enthusiastic about hiking a ways under a full moon to shoot during the morning golden hours.
05/02/2012 10:17:05 AM · #6
Finally, a challenge ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', '/') + 1) . ' MargaretN will be happy with?
05/02/2012 10:17:28 AM · #7
Originally posted by hahn23:

Weather will play a role. I have a two day window in between storms, so I can't procrastinate. After Sunday, I may not be able to see the landscape for a few days due to low ceilings. Will be challenging to cope with snow and ice above 9500'. But, all of that is normal for landscape photography. I'm enthusiastic about hiking a ways under a full moon to shoot during the morning golden hours.

Best of luck getting the capture you want Richard. Time/weather may pose an obstacle to me participating in this one as well. Seeing how landscapes are so weather dependent, it sure would be nice to have more than a week to complete them once in a while...
05/02/2012 10:51:16 AM · #8
Originally posted by Brent_S:

Originally posted by hahn23:

Weather will play a role. I have a two day window in between storms, so I can't procrastinate. After Sunday, I may not be able to see the landscape for a few days due to low ceilings. Will be challenging to cope with snow and ice above 9500'. But, all of that is normal for landscape photography. I'm enthusiastic about hiking a ways under a full moon to shoot during the morning golden hours.

Best of luck getting the capture you want Richard. Time/weather may pose an obstacle to me participating in this one as well. Seeing how landscapes are so weather dependent, it sure would be nice to have more than a week to complete them once in a while...


You have that every month, without fail :-) It's no accident landscapes do well in the Free Study...
05/02/2012 03:54:03 PM · #9
In the tradition of Hahn, I am announcing that I will not be entering this challenge.

Also, when I spot Richard's entry, I shall throw down a DNMC comment just for fun.

(just razzin ya, Hahn. I wish you the best and am expecting a ribbon winner.)
05/02/2012 04:19:15 PM · #10
Originally posted by markwiley:

Finally, a challenge ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', '/') + 1) . ' MargaretN will be happy with?
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05/02/2012 04:53:01 PM · #11
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by Brent_S:

Originally posted by hahn23:

Weather will play a role. I have a two day window in between storms, so I can't procrastinate. After Sunday, I may not be able to see the landscape for a few days due to low ceilings. Will be challenging to cope with snow and ice above 9500'. But, all of that is normal for landscape photography. I'm enthusiastic about hiking a ways under a full moon to shoot during the morning golden hours.

Best of luck getting the capture you want Richard. Time/weather may pose an obstacle to me participating in this one as well. Seeing how landscapes are so weather dependent, it sure would be nice to have more than a week to complete them once in a while...


You have that every month, without fail :-) It's no accident landscapes do well in the Free Study...

Well this is true I guess Robert- didn't really think about that :-O The only difference I can see is that with the Free Study some voters who just plain hate landscapes instead of just voting a landscape image on its merits for the genre give it an automatic low vote. Hopefully those that hate landscapes won't even bother to vote in the landscape only challenge. I say this though fully admitting that as you say in free studies landscapes for the most part get treated very well in the long run by voters. Maybe I am being greedy here :D
05/02/2012 04:57:04 PM · #12
Originally posted by Brent_S:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by Brent_S:

Originally posted by hahn23:

Weather will play a role. I have a two day window in between storms, so I can't procrastinate. After Sunday, I may not be able to see the landscape for a few days due to low ceilings. Will be challenging to cope with snow and ice above 9500'. But, all of that is normal for landscape photography. I'm enthusiastic about hiking a ways under a full moon to shoot during the morning golden hours.

Best of luck getting the capture you want Richard. Time/weather may pose an obstacle to me participating in this one as well. Seeing how landscapes are so weather dependent, it sure would be nice to have more than a week to complete them once in a while...


You have that every month, without fail :-) It's no accident landscapes do well in the Free Study...

Well this is true I guess Robert- didn't really think about that :-O The only difference I can see is that with the Free Study some voters who just plain hate landscapes instead of just voting a landscape image on its merits for the genre give it an automatic low vote. Hopefully those that hate landscapes won't even bother to vote in the landscape only challenge. I say this though fully admitting that as you say in free studies landscapes for the most part get treated very well in the long run by voters. Maybe I am being greedy here :D


Don't forget the most important thing.

It's an OPEN Challenge. Bring out the trolls.
05/02/2012 05:15:23 PM · #13
Originally posted by klkitchens:

...Don't forget the most important thing. It's an OPEN Challenge. Bring out the trolls.


Did you just call "us" trolls?
05/02/2012 06:19:55 PM · #14
Not you, just all the other freeloaders! :D

Message edited by author 2012-05-02 18:20:08.
05/02/2012 07:29:16 PM · #15
ive just got the cokin z pro graduted nd filter kit so yeah lets bring it on :)
05/02/2012 07:30:08 PM · #16
Finally a challenge that totally interest me! I was about ready to give up.
05/02/2012 07:36:58 PM · #17
:(

Message edited by author 2012-05-02 19:37:38.
05/03/2012 09:20:37 AM · #18
Originally posted by FocusPoint:

Originally posted by klkitchens:

...Don't forget the most important thing. It's an OPEN Challenge. Bring out the trolls.


Did you just call "us" trolls?


Er... um... Exit... Stage Right!

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05/04/2012 11:20:32 AM · #19
Don't forget the "Super Moon!" this weekend...
05/07/2012 10:40:15 AM · #20
Ugh! Snow, rain, clouded-in. +25 degrees. Looks grim for any additional photography the next two days.
05/07/2012 11:04:41 AM · #21
Originally posted by hahn23:

Ugh! Snow, rain, clouded-in. +25 degrees. Looks grim for any additional photography the next two days.


No snow down here Richard. Good solid rain though. I don't have anything for this challenge yet, and it's due soon! I wanted to enter, since we have great options for landscape opportunities here in Colo.
05/07/2012 11:13:03 AM · #22
Originally posted by Dennisheckman:

Originally posted by hahn23:

Ugh! Snow, rain, clouded-in. +25 degrees. Looks grim for any additional photography the next two days.


No snow down here Richard. Good solid rain though. I don't have anything for this challenge yet, and it's due soon! I wanted to enter, since we have great options for landscape opportunities here in Colo.

Currently experiencing gropple. It's unique. Not very photogenic.
05/07/2012 11:19:24 AM · #23
I actually have something decent for this. Not that I think it stands a snowball's chance against all the landscape specialists with mountains in their backyards. "Also ran" will do.
05/07/2012 11:29:51 AM · #24
In going to guess none of you wants to see concrete and many of you don't think the ocean counts as landscape, so I will wisely sit this one out. Have fun with it!
05/07/2012 11:40:43 AM · #25
Originally posted by Melethia:

In going to guess none of you wants to see concrete and many of you don't think the ocean counts as landscape, so I will wisely sit this one out. Have fun with it!


The winner of Landscape V was a very nice seascape.
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