Joriarty: I have just disqualified 27 entries :(
It appears that the challenge entrants do not know the meaning of post-processing. I am looking for *post-capture* simplification of images – that is, you must remove detail from the image after you've taken it.
Minimalist, SOOC entries will be disqualified.
I understand, it is always difficult to change one's mind after having sentenced
About my entry: gaudi_IV.7_4terzi, disqualified because not enough post processed, please take a look at the original shot in my gallery at link below.http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/7672740104/photos/3330576/dsc_2298
mmodena: very nice picture, I thought it would get into the 10s. I do not understand why got so bad average judgement
I saw it there, I thought it would get into the first 10. I was also contesting with Gaudi_IV.7, shot in Comacchio. I was a little bit disappointed also.
very nice picture, I thought it would get into the 10s. I do not understand why got so bad average judgement
JulMaass: awesome. I remember seeing that same boat "viva lupita" . I'm pretty sure all of them have distinct names.
I was once there 33 years ago and never went again, unfortunately. I heard that the swamp the hosts the floating gardens are now drying up. It's a real pity.
Midwest: "Old people" are 50 or above? Incredible. My wife was 3 years from being 'old people' when she gave birth to our son.
I would like mr. ConanFuji to be our minister for welfare: I'll wait till 67 to retire, but I'm an old man since five years ago!Probably the perception of age in a young country like China is far different from elder Europe.
mmodena: in additional rules you say:-No human in this image should take up more than 5% of the image.but in example entry #2 the human being takes 1/3!What should we do?
I can't see it either. Must have been removed, or I made some mistake. Whatever...
in additional rules you say:-No human in this image should take up more than 5% of the image.but in example entry #2 the human being takes 1/3!What should we do?
It is the inner reflectin of a thick sheet of glass of a shelf.I shot with the cell phone lens touching the lateral side of the glassand the 2 surfaces created an infinite set of mirror replicas.