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MegaGrowth
MegaGrowth
Rohn


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Product Shot II (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Olympus E-30
Lens: Olympus 300mm f/4.5 MF Telephoto Zuiko
Location: Moreno Valley California
Date: Mar 17, 2010
Aperture: 6.3
ISO: 250
Shutter: 1/500
Galleries: Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Mar 17, 2010

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Disqualification Details
You must retain your original, unedited file (exactly as recorded by your camera), and provide it to the Site Council along with a list of your editing steps within 48 hours of any validation request. Files that have been saved or altered with any editing or transfer software are NOT originals.

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/26/2010 01:21:08 AM
For your next challenge try to use more of the allowable image size. The max is 800 pixels by 800 pixels and you will receive a betterscore if you are closer to that.
03/25/2010 07:00:57 PM
This shot is a bit small and that makes it hard to judge.
03/25/2010 09:55:51 AM
Good clear shot of the product but your photo is too small. On the left side of the page you use to submit to challenges is a summary of the rules, and a link to more information. One of those says you can use up to 800 pixels on the long side (horizontal here) of your photo. Use that - you want to make sure everyone can see your submission clearly! (Commenting only.)
03/24/2010 07:07:11 PM
Maybe should be a little bit smaller.
03/23/2010 11:27:52 AM
The produc looks like it is floating - separate from the background - thereby makeing the two planes disconnected. I'm not sure what waterlillies has to do with MegaGrowth, but the two elements don't work very well together.
03/22/2010 06:32:40 PM
I think you should check the guidelines regarding dimensions. A bit larger would made it easier to see.
03/22/2010 05:06:08 AM
Why so small?


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