After some advice regarding rules

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Jocksa
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Re: After some advice regarding rules

embie wrote:

Yes, it's still present in the challenge and for the right reason.

It was reinstated.

tasad wrote:

Yeah... it's an interesting example of using professional , full frame camera and and very sharp macro lens - to take the blurry picture ( without a single sharp pixel )...

Macro focus can be tricky at times, eh tasad?  https://www.dpreview.com/challenges/Entry.aspx?ID=732178

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santamonica812 Contributing Member • Posts: 978
Re: After some advice regarding rules
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Poor job of hosting.

Hosts do a good or bad job articulating the rules of a particular challenge.  And that's fine...what seems like clear rules can turn out to need more explanation.

What any host *should* do is to respond promptly to entrants' questions.  If you're too busy or lazy to do this, then you should not be hosting.

(For what it's worth; I thought it was a nice composition for a knife-based challenge, but I'd have DQ'd it due to the non-obvious cabbage.  Happy that this challenge host has apparently allowed it in, so voters can make the final call.)

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