August 2011 Photo Competition - Launch & Discussion

Zone

Moderator
Well done AVTEZ59 for winning July's Competition on ANY OLD IRON with this shot HERE :thumbsup:

For August Terry has chosen the theme.

RED

I LIKE ;)

As always

who will once again be supplying a 10x8" print of the winning shot :)


And Gordon @


who is once again offering his services for a free ISF calibration, terms and conditions apply, see below :thumbsup:


Closing date is Sunday 28th august at 7pm or thereabouts.


Terms and conditions for ISF Calibration prize:
Prize: 1 x ISF calibration
Only available on mainland uk
Calibration will be done when Convergent are already in your area
There is no cash alternative
If winner is out with mainland UK then if travel costs are covered we will honour the prize
 
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shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Interesting theme again and well done on the win Avtez :cool:

JIm
 

AVTEZ59

Well-known Member
Well....really chuffed !!. Thanks to all who voted, really appreciated.:smashin:

Hope you find the theme of RED challenging and inspiring!

Terry
 

steven_9709

Active Member
Quick question, and I think I now the answer anyway, but are pictures that were taken today, but after this thread was started allowed? I'm guessing not as it's the 'August' competition but thought I'd pose the question anyway :)
 

Zone

Moderator
Quick question, and I think I now the answer anyway, but are pictures that were taken today, but after this thread was started allowed? I'm guessing not as it's the 'August' competition but thought I'd pose the question anyway :)
Yes they're allowed as long as they were taken after the "Launch & Discussion" thread was posted ;)
 

keefysher

Active Member
Closing date is Sunday 28th august at 7pm or thereabouts.
Bugger, away at that time.

Was going to get a pic of a lifeguard or red flag on the surfing beach to enter.

Not to worry, have another idea.

No nicking me first one any of ya :nono::nono::nono:
 

Steven

Senior Moderator
Interestingly enough in the "Urban Colour" themed competition not so long ago many great minds chose "red"
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Interestingly enough in the "Urban Colour" themed competition not so long ago many great minds chose "red"
Well spotted - I guess you'll just be sticking that Santa Hat on the cat again ? :D

Jim
 

Dancook

Distinguished Member
The way I've thought about the theme is that the subject should not simply be something that is red, but it should be 'red' itself.

:):):)
:):mad::)
:):):)
 

AVTEZ59

Well-known Member
The way I've thought about the theme is that the subject should not simply be something that is red, but it should be 'red' itself.

:):):)
:):mad::)
:):):)
Dan....trying to get my head around that rather confusing (to me) comment.Can you explain further ??:confused:

Terry.
 

Miranda

Novice Member
ZONE!: Check your private messages, please. I sent you one :)
 

CreativeGenie

Novice Member
Congrats on the winning shot, but no so keen on your chosen theme, think its going to take a litle creative thinking to come up with an idea... unless I can get away with a self portrait of my rather painful sunburn! ;)

All well, have always enjoyed a challenge!!!
 

Dancook

Distinguished Member
Dan....trying to get my head around that rather confusing (to me) comment.Can you explain further ??:confused:

Terry.
Sorry I missed this,

Here's an example of what I was thinking at the time...

If you posted a red ball on it's own, you describe it as a 'red ball'.

However a red ball amongst white balls, you ignore 'ball' - what stands out is 'red'.

I'm not sure if either of my ramblings make any real sense :)
 

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keefysher

Active Member
Sorry I missed this,

Here's an example of what I was thinking at the time...

If you posted a red ball on it's own, you describe it as a 'red ball'.

However a red ball amongst white balls, you ignore 'ball' - what stands out is 'red'.

I'm not sure if either of my ramblings make any real sense :)
BALLS :eek:
 

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