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Thread: AIPP History made today: First ever print to score 100

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    AIPP History made today: First ever print to score 100

    AIPP history making event occurred this afternoon. AIPP NSW had a print score 100.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=794869090575242
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    Well, it does nothing for me at all.

    But, we live in an art environment where everyone is entitled to their opinion. Rather like this image - worth $4.3 Million!!! not in a million years and yet it was sold. http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/11/11/...-in-the-world/

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    I can't see it clearly enough to really assess what I think about it. It would be interesting to see a high res version.

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    I don't do Facebook rick, can this been viewed anywhere else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosta View Post
    I don't do Facebook rick, can this been viewed anywhere else?
    You should be able to view it without being a FB member? Unless the AIPP have changed the privacy settings on the post. It was originally posted as public.

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    Better version near the bottom of this page.

    Big congratulations to AP members...

    Dan Cripps finalist in portrait
    Longshots (William Long) finalist in commercial

    And state awards...

    Dan Cripps winner Tassie Professional Photographer OTY & winner portrait
    Longshots winner QLD commercial
    Wretched (Ben Hosking) finalist NSW commercial
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    Well, I guess that's art, isn't it.

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    To fracture a phrase by Bob Newhart, "I don't get art, but I don't deride those that do get art. And for those that do get art, deride means to put down or ridicule".
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    After looking through the images from the link above ( thanks Phil ) I see some very stand out images, I also see some that don't bear too much resemblance to photography.

    But, and it is a big but, we are looking at web sized renditions and as I always feel, real images belong on a wall printed at a large size for them to show their greatness.
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    I'd really like to see that print in real life.
    Technique wise that must have been extremely difficult to do.
    If its 1 exposure then I'm gobsmacked. If its more than 1, I'm still very impressed.
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    AIPP should change their name to reflect the current reality of the institution they have now transformed into ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swifty View Post
    I'd really like to see that print in real life.
    Technique wise that must have been extremely difficult to do.
    If its 1 exposure then I'm gobsmacked. If its more than 1, I'm still very impressed.
    The print was fantastic. I was surprised it scored 100, but I'm not a judge so what do I know? It was certainly worth high marks.

    It was put together from many multiple shots of smoke - assembled piece by piece with about 100 hours of post-processing.
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    I was just reading the blog of the lady that created this photograph.
    To create one of her prints she can take between 600 and 700 shots in a session.

    They are incredible.
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