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How to Select a Winning Photo Portfolio - Shared screen with speaker view
Debi LANDER
59:57
Do yu want out video on or off?
Anna McManus
01:00:35
Whatever you're comfortable with
Christine Loomis
01:27:18
Do people in a portrait image have to be looking at the camera?
Charles Cecil
01:29:29
Could the little girl have been a gold winner in the Cultural category? Almost seems like it more properly fits there.
Lydia Schrandt
01:40:23
The first one was Matt Payne I believe
Lydia Schrandt
01:40:31
the gorilla
Lydia Schrandt
01:40:45
Nope, the polar bear is mine
GARY CRALLE
01:48:56
Has the prevalence of non-dedicated photo devices contributed to what might be called a snapshot genre?
GARY CRALLE
01:58:44
yes, I meant devices other than cameras
Charles Cecil
02:03:47
Surely versatility of skill is an important factor. Images must demonstrate the photographer's ability to get great shots under a variety of conditions--day, night, good weather, bad weather, movement, stills, and yes, access!
Debra Smith
02:04:16
Thanks very much to all. This was very informative and it was a joy to see all these great photographs!
Bill Ingalls
02:04:47
Thank you for having us. I learned a lot too! :)
Anne Farrar
02:06:01
Thanks all - I really enjoyed seeing so many beautiful photos and learning more about our big wonderful world!
Deb Lindsey
02:06:20
Thanks for having us!
Renee Sklarew
02:06:29
I learned so much! Thank you to all of the presenters and great job David!
Betsa Marsh
02:06:43
Thanks everyone, especially to the judges who shared with us again.
Sherry Spitsnaugle
02:06:52
Great webinar! Thanks!
Terri
02:06:57
This was great. Thanks for your time everyone.