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Challenge: DPChallenge.com Sticker Design (Classic Editing)
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix 2600Z
Location: Altoona, PA
Date: Apr 30, 2003
Galleries: Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Apr 30, 2003


Place: 21 out of 39
Avg (all users): 5.5268
Avg (commenters): 5.4762
Avg (participants): 4.5926
Avg (non-participants): 5.6548
Views since voting: 865
Votes: 224
Comments: 23
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/07/2003 09:05:19 AM
the image is cool, but it gives the impression that film is okay to use. People remember visuals more than text.
05/07/2003 12:33:41 AM
05/05/2003 03:42:39 PM
I like the design, but the use of a film canister probably dilutes the digital theme of the site.
05/04/2003 07:51:54 PM
Film motif doesn't make sense, since its use is prohibited. A camera (even a film one -- who can tell?) would have worked better. Maybe a film can with the international red circle-slash ("Not") symbol would work though...
05/03/2003 12:22:43 AM
Great concept, but the film is misleading.
05/02/2003 09:27:37 PM
I like the idea except would prefer seeing a camera in place of the film cartridge and still have the photos coming out of it.(7)
05/02/2003 10:52:03 AM
why would a digital photo contest show film to advertise itself?
05/02/2003 10:48:39 AM
Good... among my favorite. Maybe the ribbon could have had some color.
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05/02/2003 12:26:26 AM
thats a little bit deceptive
05/02/2003 12:04:32 AM
I really like this one but since it's Digital Photography I think the roll of film gives the wrong idea. Just my thought.
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05/01/2003 11:56:22 PM
Hmm.. well I'm back to this one.. I really like it more and more. Two things: 1) Make the Ribbon a little bigger, bluer, slightly 3D looking (more texture), and finally, locate it higher and behind the "dpchallenge" at the top. 2) Make the URL bigger or stand out more some how. This one could also be the winner. :) Good job!!
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05/01/2003 09:37:55 PM
Even though you can create digital images from film, a picture of a flash card may have been more appropriate.
05/01/2003 09:25:10 PM
maybe if it's sharper, and more vivid colours. But a nice concept
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05/01/2003 09:04:06 PM
The film and digital stand out as contradictory. I don't care much for the mottled background
05/01/2003 02:01:26 PM
The text is a little bit spotty, but I really like the concept! Nice work!
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05/01/2003 01:43:40 PM
I like the idea. I think you should just do away with the ribbon and move the film roll more to the left. Also try making the film and roll look more distinct - darker colors at least
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/01/2003 12:09:05 PM
Interesting idea but the film cannister really doesn't say DIGITAL photography to me. That said, it's nicely put together. Not keen on textured green background.
5, Kavey
05/01/2003 11:25:38 AM
The film image is a no -no.
05/01/2003 11:09:56 AM
i think a film canister is out of place in a digital photo site... :)
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05/01/2003 11:06:38 AM
the film seems out of place for a digital challenge...
05/01/2003 08:27:46 AM
fantastic work, and Idea, easy to the eye, and to the point.
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05/01/2003 02:16:11 AM
It's digital photography, yet you show a film canister. Not apropos.
05/01/2003 12:40:25 AM
cool design, but it's kind of odd to use a roll of film to advertise a digital only photo site.
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