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Digital Picture Of Britain

raziel_uk 14 4.9k
3 Jun 2005 12:09AM

Quote:You great eejit, Brian, he'd never have fitted in the plane! Do you realise how much excess weight charge a giant has to pay?

Oops, yes, sorry Barrie this was meant for!


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Kris_Dutson 15 8.2k 1 England
3 Jun 2005 12:33AM

Quote:Do you think this line in the rules mean no photo editing is allowed?
"Photographs should not be cropped or altered from the original"

Looks that way, how silly. I can undersatand it being awkward for printing purposes if you crop to an odd size, but not for web display surely?

Mind you the PS and C1 crop tools can be set to standard sizes. Wink

spaceman 14 5.3k 3 Wales
5 Jun 2005 4:27AM
Just a reminder in case you missed this thread first time around. But why is it exclusively digital? I don't see how it's relevant.
keithh Plus
14 25.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
5 Jun 2005 4:33AM
I Know....it's so Today.
UserRemoved 14 6.2k 1
5 Jun 2005 5:04AM
Well, since they go into great depth about how to scan a print, I think they mean digital file

They also specify the aspect ratios - reckon they just want to avoid close crops which lose all detail
Tony_M 14 342 England
5 Jun 2005 6:17AM
I've sent them a query about whether a scanned slide is acceptable. I'll let you know the response, if I get one.


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