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02/07/2008 12:41:43 PM · #1
Morning or in some cases Afternoon. I joined about two weeks ago to the site. For the past three years taking photos has been my hobby and passion. Once I found out about this site I thought it would be a good avenue to express myself, learn, and show some of my work. The talent on this site is amazing. I hope to learn and climb my way higher though learning from everyone here, and the turorials having as much fun as possible in the process. I have spent the last week and a half taking as many photos as I could to fill up my portfolio even entering in two challenges. If anyone has the time and could look over what I have so far to give me pointers on how it could have been done better or if you enjoyed them I would really appreciate it.

//www.dpchallenge.com/portfolio.php?USER_ID=89492&collection_id=1

I also have a question if anyone could help. Is is allowed in a advanced editing challenge to use the clone tool to remove fishing wire?
Thank you very much for your time.
George Nunez
02/07/2008 12:46:27 PM · #2
Welcome! DPC is a fun place! And yes cloning out fishing line has been accepted in the past and I would say you are safe but to make absolutely sure you can go to the help menu and submit a ticket to the SC to review your editing steps before submitting to a challenge just to be safe.

Have fun!

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02/07/2008 12:46:30 PM · #3
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02/07/2008 12:47:59 PM · #4
Originally posted by geo:

Is is allowed in a advanced editing challenge to use the clone tool to remove fishing wire?

My answer is yes, assuming you're using it to suspend something and it's not a mojor part of the photo. I did something similar to suspend a chicken in a photo and it passed validation in Advanced.

...and welcome to DPC!
02/07/2008 12:48:35 PM · #5
Originally posted by thegrandwazoo:

Welcome! DPC is a fun place! And yes cloning out fishing line has been accepted in the past and I would way you are safe but to make absolutely sure you can go to the help menu and submit a ticket to the SC to review your editing steps before submitting to a challenge just to be safe.

Have fun!


The real answer is that there is no answer. It depends on the picture. Waz is cocky because he got away with cloning out a forklift. One of the truly great DPC achievements...
02/07/2008 12:56:23 PM · #6
When did we get a Welcome Center? Wow!

Hey, I'm new new here too!
02/07/2008 12:58:16 PM · #7
Run away while you still can.
02/07/2008 01:03:46 PM · #8
Originally posted by posthumous:

Waz is cocky because he got away with cloning out a forklift. One of the truly great DPC achievements...


:-D
02/07/2008 01:13:32 PM · #9
[center]WELCOME![/center]

We have a Welcome Center?! Whoot! I mean, uhmmmm, HI! Welcome to the madness! :)
02/07/2008 01:19:06 PM · #10
Hi, my name is Brandon. I have a "problem" with digital photography. I'm addicted to the sound that my camera makes when I press that shiny little button on top. Thanks for having me here......blah, blah, blah.

Oh, I'm sorry. Welcome to the site, Jorge. You'll love it here; we have a lot of fun.
02/07/2008 01:43:28 PM · #11
Welcome to dpc!!

(And we've had the welcome center about a day and a half. Hopefully it will be newbie friendly. HINT HINT)
02/07/2008 01:44:49 PM · #12
Originally posted by karmat:

..... newbie..........

mmmmmm, newbie, it's what's for dinner. ;-)
02/07/2008 02:37:30 PM · #13
A little all spice and anything will taste good I guess
02/07/2008 02:41:36 PM · #14
Originally posted by karmat:

Hopefully it will be newbie friendly.

So no posting Ken or Leroy's SPs then?
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