Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen
kamstrup at daimi.au.dk
Wed Sep 28 05:44:47 CDT 2005
There has been some photography talk on the list lately, so I thought I
might as well throw my to cents in here to.
While good photography can provide really good backgrouns, they seldom
cut it if they
are used "raw" - ie. with out being reworked. Simply sticking a logo on
a photo won't do it in most cases either (though there may be exceptions
to this ofcourse).
I'm not saying that everything should be as heavily reworked as
http://art.ubuntu.com/backgrounds/ubuntu/52, but a little touching up
never hurst :-D
If there are photographers out there wanting to share their footage with
the world they could be a great resource for the art team. Not that I
have the time right now, but I would love to work on some quality
photography :-D My own digital camera combined with my own photography
skills is not exactly something that is bound to produce miracles if you
get my drift ;-P
Senectus . wrote:
>Does the Ubuntu art group accept Photo submissions?
>Ubuntu Breezy 5.10
>CNet News.com: So that would be the philosophical difference between
>Microsoft and what Google is up to at this point?
>Bill Gates: Well, we don't know everything they are up to, but we do
>know their slogan and we disagree with that.
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