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01/24/2014 08:16:15 PM · #51
Really? Score is sub-4 and now I'm going to get a DQ because no one in their right mind would run a album cover challenge and not allow added text - except dpc. Next, let's run a Calendar challenge and not allow number or letters. Or perhaps a book slip cover challenge and not allow text. I should have submitted an all white box. Now that would have been creative! Knowing dpc voters, blue would go to someone else that also submitted an all white box, and mine would score below 5, with a comment that there is nothing of interest in the picture.

Kudos to all youse who took the time to create the album cover without adding text. Good on you to have the time to study the rules and get them right.
01/24/2014 09:29:31 PM · #52
Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????
01/25/2014 04:57:57 PM · #53
Originally posted by dougi555:

Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????


Oh, yeah. No need to give the name of the artist, band, or group. </sarcasm>
01/25/2014 05:09:31 PM · #54
Originally posted by dtremain:

Originally posted by dougi555:

Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????


Oh, yeah. No need to give the name of the artist, band, or group. </sarcasm>

As I recall, The Beatles' "White Album" did OK, and I'm pretty sure the title wouldn't have shown up in the average digital photo ...
01/25/2014 06:10:47 PM · #55
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by dtremain:

Originally posted by dougi555:

Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????


Oh, yeah. No need to give the name of the artist, band, or group. </sarcasm>

As I recall, The Beatles' "White Album" did OK, and I'm pretty sure the title wouldn't have shown up in the average digital photo ...


Nobody bought Abbey Road or Led Zeppelin IV, either.
01/25/2014 09:00:24 PM · #56
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by dtremain:

Originally posted by dougi555:

Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????


Oh, yeah. No need to give the name of the artist, band, or group. </sarcasm>

As I recall, The Beatles' "White Album" did OK, and I'm pretty sure the title wouldn't have shown up in the average digital photo ...


Actually the very first issues had the serial number. The all had "The Beatles" embossed on it. Hard to do in photography...

So again I say "Really????"

:)
01/25/2014 09:03:58 PM · #57
Well, my entry could do with a lot less type ... :-(
01/25/2014 09:14:03 PM · #58
Dark Side of the Moon was in the Billboard top 100 for 15 years with no text on the cover.
01/26/2014 12:50:56 AM · #59
Originally posted by LN13:

Dark Side of the Moon was in the Billboard top 100 for 15 years with no text on the cover.


I'll accept that, but nor is it a photograph... :) Animals would have had me beaten.... ;)
01/26/2014 10:44:18 AM · #60
Originally posted by dougi555:

Originally posted by Tiny:

In my view the best entries have no text anyway.


Really?????


Yes
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