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Podcast 231 : Jan 2010 Assignment – Square Crop – Results

Today we take a look at the results of the January MBP/WebSpy Photography Assignment, on the theme of Square Crop. The Square Crop assignment was much more difficult than I had imagined it would be to come up with something compelling, but many of you rose to the occasion, and...

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • Susan
    Posted at 09:57h, 24 February Reply

    Hi Martin,
    I haven’t heard the podcast yet. Instead I have spent some time enjoying your 60 marvellous photographs.
    I am so grateful to be able to view your images; they appeal to me very much. Your panorama looks stunning! 1GB – but what a print it would make!

  • Martin Bailey
    Posted at 13:27h, 25 February Reply

    Thanks Susan!

    I am thinking of getting a panorama canvas of that done. It would certainly be something to see. The problem is, I have nowhere to hang it. Maybe I’ll have to wait until I get my act together and arrange an exhibition. 🙂

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