Re: Oslo, Norway - 'Travel Snapshots'
- From: "Tim Conway" <tconway_113@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 12:38:05 -0400
"John Sisker" <jsisker@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:kNmdnbJUf-TJ-ZPRnZ2dnUVZ_hKdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"Charles E Hardwidge" <boing@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:rDnPn.83491$QF7.59155@xxxxxxxxxxxx"tony cooper" <tony_cooper213@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Can't you vary the copy/paste a bit? At least Miguel told us it was
hot in Lima today.
That would be Sisker's "creativity" and "professionalism". We're obviously
not getting it and need to have it beaten into us along with a proper
appreciation of SMEAR-O-SISKERVISION photoshop filters and manly SUPERZOOM.
Oh, woe. I feel so small.
To the photos.
Blurry. Badly exposed. Insipid. Over-cropped. Boring.
You can't fake a Genuine Sisker (TM).
Charles E Hardwidge
Yea, I know. That's why I keep saying the same thing over and over again. Apparently, there is a need for this, for some just don't seem to get it. As Tom said, every photo, especially memories, doesn't have to be a museum quality masterpiece.
Duh, I believe that's Tim. And it's true, a memory doesn't have to be museum quality. And also, I really didn't think the snapshots were all that bad. I've seen postcards that were worse.
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