If you want to join in on the next TimeShoot on Friday, May 9, 2008, read the following message from Shawn King, the man behind TimeShooting:
Our first TimeShoots have been great – the Flickr page received pictures of moose, housecats, indoors, outdoors, lighthouses, beaches, beer, ice, at least one person in a bathtub and shots from four different continents! :)
The pictures come from all kinds of photographers – beginners, intermediates and pros – using all kinds of cameras. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you shoot with or what level of photographer you are. There’s no critiquing of your photographs or judging you as a photographer.
We’ve got a (new) Flickr site where the pictures will be posted and where you can see the shots from the previous TimeShoots: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timeshoot/
And an email address for you to send your photos to (they will automagically show up on the TimeShoot Flickr site): “help14army (AT) photos.flickr.com”
All you have to do is send an email with your photo attached. Use the email’s Subject Line to put a title to your photo and use the Body area of the email to send along any other details – where it was shot, what kind of gear you used, camera information, your name/website URL, etc.
You can send up to a maximum of 3 photos. You retains all rights to your posted images.
Remember, take photos wherever you happen to be under whatever circumstances you happen to be in at 12pm ET (actually, you’ve got a 10 minute leeway on either side of 12pm ET) and send your best shots to “help14army (AT) photos.flickr.com”.
You can use this web page to figure out what time 12pm ET is in your Time Zone.
Seems like a lot to digest all at once but once you get the hang of it, we
hope you’ll be able to participate and join in!
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