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Seven ways to shoot a landscape: Classic landscape Capture the beauty and variety of the natural landscape. An iconic view; a view along a cliff-side or rolling hills; a view down a valley; a forest skyline or snow-capped peaks; maybe showing the drama of our seasons. Recognisable and memorable; a true classic. Human-made structures and people should not be significant elements in the image. Minor digital adjustments only please – the physical integrity of the image must be maintained. The whole challenge series is listed here: www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4343725#forum-post-61980360
Starts: Tuesday, 18 Dec 2018
Processing rules: Keep the integrity of the subject. Don't make physical changes to the landscape. You may not, for example, remove fences, move trees or strip in the sky from another image. Digital adjustments including dodging & burning, changes to tone & contrast and cropping are allowed, as are High Dynamic Range imaging techniques, stitched panoramas and focus stacking. Small, unobtrusive watermarks are allowed, and should not be penalised in voting. Recommended image size is Facebook standard; 2048 pixels on the long side, but the challenge host (and voters) will tolerate other sizes.
Capture date rule: No restrictions
Additional rules: You must be the author of the image you enter. If you enter, please vote. If you vote, please vote fairly. The challenge host will decide whether the entry matches the brief and may disqualify any that seem not to. Re-entering an image? It's allowed, but the host may disqualify it at their sole discretion if they think it's stale. Others may complain to the host about images they've seen before. Photographs that are simple records of another's work are unlikely to score well; please show your own creativity. Constructive comments welcomed - on any entry - at any time after the challenge has opened for submissions.
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