The problem with this idea is that anymore, it isn't about photography. Most of the photos posted on here I don't even look at because you can tell they are so heavily processed afterwards that it's art anymore, and not photography. It's now how well you can work your camera and lenses, it's how well you know Lightroom and Photoshop. Most of the people with awesome photos wouldn't have survived the film days, sorry. I'd much rather see basic processed RAW files out of LR or Camera RAW and converted to JPEG, 60 seconds tops, not 3 hours in Photoshop. Again, that's why since digital photography, I don't really care too much about posted photos. Some photographers love and blend the two arts together, but me personally, that's why some days I go shoot with my EOS-3, because you CAN'T get it wrong with film, it's either right, or not. Period. No fancy after effects.
That's my personal opinion and my observations over the last 5 years.