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Time Lapse
A Member Challenge using the Advanced Editing VI ("Time Lapse") rules.

Description
Things change over time, and DPC rules are one of them. To introduce our latest addition, use multiple captures of a continuous, single scene to demonstrate time lapse photography.

Extra Rules
Important Note: This challenge is running under NEW Advanced Editing rules. Please read the new rules thoroughly before submitting.

Submission Dates:
  Dec 31 2007 - Jan 6 2008

Voting Dates:
  Jan 7 2008 - Jan 13 2008

Submissions: 84
Disqualifications: 12
Votes: 22,737
Comments: 2,363

Average Score: 5.96376
Highest Score: 7.3153
Median Score: 5.9353
Lowest Score: 4.4053


Results for Time Lapse:
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Challenge Results for Time Lapse
Disqualified Images
Nature's Fury
by Scholten

Your Vote: N/A
Your Comment: N/A

Disqualification Message:
Moving frames relative to one another is outside the Advanced Rules
The school under the (New) rule
by HighNooner

Originally 12th place with an
average vote of 6.4387

Views: 2429 (810 during voting)
Votes: 310
Your Vote: N/A
Your Comment: N/A

Disqualification Message:
A time lapse photo needs to be a natural, unbroken motion.
Frozen together in a web of time and...
by _DaveA_

Originally 12th place with an
average vote of 6.4430

Views: 1869 (1034 during voting)
Votes: 298
Your Vote: N/A
Your Comment: N/A

Disqualification Message:
You may not use ANY editing tool to create new image area, objects or features (such as lens flare or motion) that didn't already exist in your original capture.
The Many Arms of my Beloved...
by jodis_eva

Originally 49th place with an
average vote of 5.7967

Views: 857 (803 during voting)
Votes: 305
Your Vote: N/A
Your Comment: N/A

Disqualification Message:
The intent of allowing multiple captures is to enable such techniques as high dynamic range (HDR), noise reduction, time lapse, etc., but not to permit a subject from one scene to be inserted into a different scene, nor is it intended to allow a subject to appear in multiple, arranged places within a scene.
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