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  • #2325
    orionid
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    Published Again by Orionid, on Flickr

    The Spring 2011 issue of Oregon Humanities featured this original photo in a rather impeccably-timed article about life after the accident at Three Mile Island Unit Two.

    #40003
    CauseISaidSo
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    Congrats again! Another random find from your flickr sets?

    #40004
    ravnostic
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    Nice!

    #40005
    kashari
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    Awesome, congrats orionid!!

    #40006
    nobigdeal
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    Congrats!!

    #40007
    Zero_Exponent
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    Excellent, congratulations!

    #40008
    lokisbong
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    Congrats indeed.

    #40009
    orionid
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    Thanks guys!

    CISS, you’d be correct.

    #40010
    SilverStag
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    Very nice!

    I just did an e-book cover: http://twitpic.com/4fdgc0

    #40011
    Lovesandwich
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    w00t!

    #40012
    Farktographer
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    Wow, congrats – those are amazing photos!

    #40013
    Elsinore
    Keymaster

    Well done *golf clap*

    #40014
    Farktographer
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    Still being a fledgling photographer, can someone tell me how you’re getting your photos published? I know my photos aren’t nearly the needed quality right now, but still, a guy can dream 😀

    Do you just post these things on flickr and wait for someone to contact you? I saw they also have the Getty Images submissions – did you do it through that? And how about finding contests, like the one kashari won with her horse photos? Doing searches on the interwebs only brought up massive numbers of sites promising to host your images for a low-low fee until you become super famous.

    #40015
    Kestrana
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    Start local. No Big Deal photographs local bands on the rock/metal scene and Caradoc has a gig with a local theatre, for example. Entering contests might not win you any money to start but it can get you a little recognition.

    But in orionid‘s case, he was approached by the organizations which found his photos on Flickr. Focus paid him, Oregon Humanities, being a non-profit, did not.

    #40016
    ravnostic
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    Farktographer (and anyone else), I came across this the other day. Up to 35 entries in 5 different categories. I plan on entering some of my pictures, even though I don’t ‘plan’ on winning–you never know! Read the ‘Rules and Terms’ and FAQ’s; there are stipulations that you need to be able to meet if you enter.

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/photocontest/9th-annual/?utm_source=direct&utm_medium=printmagazine&utm_campaign=2011-March&utm_content=photocontest

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