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05/31/2019 02:49:12 AM · #1
The rule says:
"JPG format from a single capture"

It doesn't say from a single image so images combined in the camera to form a single capture are allowed?
05/31/2019 04:41:40 AM · #2
Originally posted by marnet:

The rule says:
"JPG format from a single capture"

It doesn't say from a single image so images combined in the camera to form a single capture are allowed?


don't adventure on thin ice, DQ's are not fun :)

single capture is not the same as a single image. double exposures are 2 captures...
05/31/2019 07:55:31 AM · #3
i had the same question a few months ago ..
so i wrote to the sc ..



my question ..
hi to the site council ..
i've just read the standard editing rules .. am i right in assuming that i can do a double exposure in camera and use that in a standard editing challenge ..
thankyou for your time .. :)

the answer ..
Depends on how you make it. If you leave the shutter open and block the lens between exposures, yes. If you use in-camera software to create multiple exposures on the same frame, no: we don't allow in-camera editing that would not be legal in photoshop.


Message edited by author 2019-05-31 07:56:51.
05/31/2019 07:56:42 AM · #4
A "single capture" in Minimal essentially means you can only actuate the shutter one time. Taking multiple exposures and combining them in-camera is not allowed.

You CAN make a "multiple exposure" in Minimal by opening the shutter once for a long exposure and manually uncovering/re-covering the lens multiple times.
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