Challenge: Green IV (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f1.2L
Date: Mar 18, 2014
Date Uploaded: Mar 18, 2014
|Very quick photo-shoot with my youngest daughter, speedy processing, and then submit. The title comes from another session I did with her two years ago.
"The Story of Ida":
Thank you so much!!
ETA about the DQ: The background was not removed as per the DQ, just blurred. Below is the original, you can still see the background in the submitted image....just with a layer of Gaussian blur over it. Site Council agreed that to much blur was used, even though I can still see the background (both the lines of the cabinet and the blanket near her lower left shoulder). Don't agree with the DQ, but it is what it is.
This is a case of obscuring vs. obliterating. Obscuring is tolerated and obliterating is not.
Here is another example of what is accepted vs. what is not accepted.
The first one would have been legal, and the second one was DQ'd:
|You may not use ANY editing tool to move, remove or duplicate any element of your photograph that would change a typical viewer's description of the photograph (aside from color), even if the tool is otherwise legal, and regardless of whether you intended the change when the photograph was taken.
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