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Challenge: A Touch of Yellow (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Sony Alpha a7R II
Lens: Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS
Location: Home
Date: Jun 25, 2019
Date Uploaded: Jun 25, 2019


[Jul. 9th, 2019 02:18:46 PM]

Certainly fallen ;)

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Someone even gave this 1. They must be a believer of old-fashioned "taken in the camera" and untouched by any editing photography. And ironically impressionism in painting came about because of photography! The artists did not want their paintings to look realistic like photos.

Thanks, Sandy, for your comments :)

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Place: 19 out of 48
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Views since voting: 235
Views during voting: 75
Votes: 41
Comments: 6
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07/12/2019 02:48:34 PM
Originally posted by ThingFish:

Originally posted by marnet:

Originally posted by ThingFish:

Just a question...I didn't give you the 1 by the way...I gave you a 3. The reason being that I don't see any mention under standard editing of being allowed to use any feature of image processing software to manipulate/enhance the images in your submission. That is allowed under Extended editing though. If I misinterpreted the rules please enlighten me.

I have submitted a similar image to the SC with this question. After some deliberations they allowed it. The rules are much more relaxed now and I personally am very much in favour.

PS I am surprised that your vote was about the rules and not the image :(


Well then I really don't understand why the rules are there in the first place if they are not implemented. Might as well do away with the rules completely then imo.
My vote was not only based on the rules only thing....if it had been Extended Editing I would have voted a 7. In other words I deducted 4 points for the breaking of the rule. I wanted to deduct half of 7 but as you cannot vote half points I had. to decide on deducting a 3 or a 4.


In my opinion the only rule that was broken here is one of the voting rules:

You should:

recommend an entry be reviewed for disqualification if you feel it violates any rule. To do this, use the "here if you suspect a rules violation". link on the image's voting page, and give your reason in the space provided. After submitting your requests, vote assuming the entry did not violate any rules.

Edit: sorry I just noted this is already being discussed in a thread...

Message edited by author 2019-07-12 15:25:49.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/12/2019 06:07:07 AM
Originally posted by marnet:

Originally posted by ThingFish:

Just a question...I didn't give you the 1 by the way...I gave you a 3. The reason being that I don't see any mention under standard editing of being allowed to use any feature of image processing software to manipulate/enhance the images in your submission. That is allowed under Extended editing though. If I misinterpreted the rules please enlighten me.

I have submitted a similar image to the SC with this question. After some deliberations they allowed it. The rules are much more relaxed now and I personally am very much in favour.

PS I am surprised that your vote was about the rules and not the image :(


Well then I really don't understand why the rules are there in the first place if they are not implemented. Might as well do away with the rules completely then imo.
My vote was not only based on the rules only thing....if it had been Extended Editing I would have voted a 7. In other words I deducted 4 points for the breaking of the rule. I wanted to deduct half of 7 but as you cannot vote half points I had. to decide on deducting a 3 or a 4.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/12/2019 05:29:14 AM
Originally posted by ThingFish:

Just a question...I didn't give you the 1 by the way...I gave you a 3. The reason being that I don't see any mention under standard editing of being allowed to use any feature of image processing software to manipulate/enhance the images in your submission. That is allowed under Extended editing though. If I misinterpreted the rules please enlighten me.

I have submitted a similar image to the SC with this question. After some deliberations they allowed it. The rules are much more relaxed now and I personally am very much in favour.

PS I am surprised that your vote was about the rules and not the image :(
07/12/2019 05:22:07 AM
Just a question...I didn't give you the 1 by the way...I gave you a 3. The reason being that I don't see any mention under standard editing of being allowed to use any feature of image processing software to manipulate/enhance the images in your submission. That is allowed under Extended editing though. If I misinterpreted the rules please enlighten me.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
07/12/2019 12:14:48 AM
Wow! I think you got robbed! This is such an amazing art piece!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/11/2019 04:34:10 PM
This is truly exquisite. And I'm not usually a huge fan of flower photos, but this is true art. I'm not voting because I never vote on challenges I'm in, but I just had to comment on how excellent this is!
  Photographer found comment helpful.


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