Displaying your work

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I have been reading and contributing to this forum for a couple of months now and have really benefitted from it. However one thing that is missing for me is the finished products, the works of art. I really enjoy looking at the work of others no matter what level they are at. I know that some of the more experienced people have their own sites and I have enjoyed looking at them as it gives me an idea of where they are coming from photographically. I would like to see more works, especially of the beginners (like myself) so if anyone wants to post their websites or share their images I would appreciate it.

-- Anonymous, May 14, 1997


My my, what a wonderful post. ;-) Here's mine. I kinda like to show my work... http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Lofts/9083

Thanks for asking, Dell Elzey

-- Anonymous, May 14, 1997

Have a look at my web page at http://www.honza.com/athearnphoto.

-- Anonymous, May 14, 1997

response to "Displaying your work"

Thanks for your post Andy. I've just started photography a couple months ago, and I am interested as well in other amateurs work. I've got a few pictures at: www.alouettes.com/images/Photo1.htm

-- Anonymous, May 15, 1997

Where there are no gatekeepers, anyone can get in, which is why there is so little fine photography on the Web. For starters, I suggest you hang your *prints* in local public places: restaurants, coffee houses, libraries, etc. One real print is worth a zillion megabytes of pixels.

-- Anonymous, May 24, 1997

Fine photography

Hi Peter,

While I agree that a scan can never achieve the same effect as the print I think that a good photograph will transcend the presentation medium, whatever that may be. I find that fine photography is often confused with fine printing.

-- Anonymous, May 27, 1997

Has anyone else noticed that Peter did not note his web site address for anyone who wishes to see his "fine photography"?

-- Anonymous, May 26, 1997

Sure! I'd love you to take a look at my gallery:


-- Anonymous, July 10, 1997

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