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05/14/2008 11:39:02 AM · #1
Suppose in a challenge ... I create something on MAX/Maya .. then take a printout and then simply click its photo ... for any kind of challenge ...
does that qualify as a valid entry ...

this thought just came to my mind .. as there is no editing and it is a single shot. So wanted to know ...

Also we can take a photo ... then stick some other photo next to it and then take a photo of both of them together ... so multi shot can be achieved with a single shot ..

are all these things allowed ????
05/14/2008 11:44:18 AM · #2
From hanging around DPC for quite a while, taking a straight on photo of a screen , photo or of a painting would be DQed. If there is another object in the photo then that changes things. There is a rule about this which I shall find and post, but there certainly is one. Now if you have a shot of the screen and photo in front and you can tell the difference between the two, that I reckon would be allowed. There was one macro I remember, of a tv screen, don't remember the outcome of that. Maybe someone has a handy link to that.

Will quote a block from the most recent rules section.
//www.dpchallenge.com/challenge_rules.php?RULES_ID=11
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include existing images or artwork as part of your composition as long as the entry does not appear to consist entirely of a pre-existing photograph in order to circumvent date or editing rules or fool the voters into thinking you actually captured the original photograph.


Post also edited for clarity

Message edited by author 2008-05-14 12:02:14.
05/15/2008 02:21:05 PM · #3
Hey thanks ... never read that last line so clearly ... so had this doubt ...
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