Juried Show Entries

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I'm entering two of my shots from this year into a juried show this coming week and I thought I'd post them here and keep you updated as to how I make out. You've seen them both previously, but I've processed them from scratch in RAW Magick this time and I think they came out pretty darned nice. These have both been printed at a full 13" x 19" on Cranes Museo 100% cotton paper and will be matted and framed. I've chosen 10 year old oak frames which I've re-finished which is really going against what you typically see in juried shows...but hey...maybe they'll stand out :) After I get them back from my framer, I'll post some shots of the completed pieces...

Here are the two images....Wish me luck!

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Well, I think you have a decent chance for an old guy.... :lol:

Seriously, these are both wonderful. Break a leg.
 
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Frank..

Who are you calling old?

Speaking of breaking a leg....I stepped into a muscrat hole last night while shooting those ospreys and fell flat on my *** in the marsh. I kept the camera up in the air thankfully but boy did I twist my knee :(

Good thing that it was only a half mile walk back to the car...and a good thing my wife was with me!
 
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They both should do very well...

jfenton said:
Who are you calling old?

Speaking of breaking a leg....I stepped into a muscrat hole last night while shooting those ospreys and fell flat on my *** in the marsh. I kept the camera up in the air thankfully but boy did I twist my knee :(

Good thing that it was only a half mile walk back to the car...and a good thing my wife was with me!
So, the Mrs carried the equipment back to the car for you? ;) Hope your ankle feels better soon. Sometimes sprains take a long time to heal.
 
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I wish you the best, Jim and your approach with the special framing is a good Idea, but your images speak for themselves. Keep us posted
 
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I'd vote for both of those excellent shots so good luck to you... :D
 
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They're both exceptional for different reasons. I swear the owl is going to move any second! The bird on the water is erie and fascinating at the same time. Good luck!

Rich
 
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Rich

You're right on the money with the "I swear he's gonna move any second" comment. He was gone immediately after capturing this particular shot :)
 
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