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    Neat photo project I'm involved in: Framing the World

    I'm taking part in a collaborative photo project called 'framing the world' over on photocamel. One of the forum members threw together a small picture frame, which started in canada, to chicago, then over to oregon, british columbia... then another stop in the Yukon. It headed over to London for awhile (it took a LONG time getting there thanks to the customs process inbound to GB). It eventually headed to NC and then VA and now I have it.









    I'll have it for a week or two, then I ship it off (Might meet up with the 'closest' Camel on the list and hand it off...(she's not close, but close enough to get together if we tried)
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    Very cool Ned, will have to check out the thread.
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    more from my framing the world stop...
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    Cool indeed Ned is this pretty much the extent of it, or will the exterior part of the frame{s} be Photoshopped out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    Cool indeed Ned is this pretty much the extent of it, or will the exterior part of the frame{s} be Photoshopped out?
    Ken, its whatever I want to do with the frame, however I shoot it and post-produce it...
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    I like number 4!
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    Thanks for clearing that up for me Ned. I like the idea of the project...will they be conglomerated in sort sort of way or just thread postings? Got a link to post/share?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    Thanks for clearing that up for me Ned. I like the idea of the project...will they be conglomerated in sort sort of way or just thread postings? Got a link to post/share?

    Ken,
    you asked for it... you got it... Framing the World

    And I'm not really sure what the 'greater' plan is for the frame or the images, the participants are all '365' folks, and we're just in the habit of shooting a lot, this being an additional thread to our daily individual work.
    -Ned

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    Fun idea! Would you get in trouble if you fixed the frame?

    That one short piece where the miters don't match is driving me batty.

    You could document it for the other participants. Then maybe folks will start modifying the frame and sending it on. Your photo art could become physical art, which is re-photoed. Very meta....

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Agnew View Post
    Fun idea! Would you get in trouble if you fixed the frame?

    That one short piece where the miters don't match is driving me batty.

    You could document it for the other participants. Then maybe folks will start modifying the frame and sending it on. Your photo art could become physical art, which is re-photoed. Very meta....
    That corner bugs me as well... I think I'm quietly going to fix it and call it good. See if they notice anything amiss. Shhhh
    -Ned

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