Date: Sat Aug 7, 2004 2:17 pm
Subject: Re: You Interview: Major Paul Smith [ret] eclecticviv
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I'm interested in Paul's views about ARV. What sort of grading
system does he prefer for analyzing and or judging ARV sessions?
How much value does he put on descriptors or sketches not visable in
photo feedback but would still be pertinent to the target photo? Ex.
if the target feeback is of a ferry boat crossing the Sound, would
descriptors of the engine, movement, oil and grease, or the noise of
the engine, be considered? Not considered? Or considered with
lessor value then other descriptors/sketches, that are visibly
recognizable in the feedback photo?
How much importance does he put on the pairing of photos for ARV
Ex. Pairing of 2 photos, one of a large backhoe, and the other of a
dinasour, might possibly share more gastalts on a sub level, then one
may recognize visually. on the other hand, the pairing of either
one, might be better paired with, say, a photo of the interior of a
cabin, or people at the beach. One could say, for really good ARV'rs
it shouldn't matter, but not everyone starts out as a great ARV'r.
What are Paul's views on this?
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