• Tricky!

    March 02, 2008
  • I know you’re up to the challenge :)

    March 02, 2008
  • I’m about to post my photo. What size do you want?

    March 12, 2008
  • Any size you like, but I’ll be downsizing them to max 900 wide, 700 tall. This makes them an appropriate size to view on screen.

    March 12, 2008
  • Thanks for the great challenge!

    March 12, 2008
  • Thanks for great motivation! Tried my hand at it last weekend – still not satisfied but will keep on working to submit my entry.

    March 13, 2008
  • Oh I am so in on this, but I have a couple questions first. Do you want the entries to be simply photographs? Or can I take a photo of a fork, and manipulate it into another photograph of mine, or are we limited to creating the scene for one photograph?

    March 20, 2008
  • Thanks Katie and Oleg, good luck to both of your on your submissions.

    Chica, I don’t want to say “no photoshopping”, because almost every photo can benefit from some processing. However this is meant to be a photographic project after all. I’m going to leave the decision about how much photo manipulation is permissable up to the judges. If they feel that the photo doesn’t demonstrate sufficient photographic skill, and depends too heavily on post-production, then they may be less inclined to select that photo. However, if they feel the post work adds to the success of the photo, without taking too much away from the skill of the photographer, then they may be okay with it.

    So I suppose it’s up to you to decide, but do keep in mind that this is primarily a photography project, not an image manipulation one.

    March 20, 2008
  • Thanks for clearing that up, I will concentrate more on getting the image rather then post production then, it’d give me more of a challenge anyway. :)

    March 21, 2008
  • I tried submitting but the form keeps saying I have to fill in all the required fields, which I did accurately, and no typos either. :/

    March 21, 2008
  • Very well written post however, I would recommend that you turn the No Follow off in your comment section.

    Keep up the good work.

    April 25, 2009

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