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Thread: 2013 Calendar Photo Competition

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    Arrow 2013 Calendar Photo Competition

    Theme: There is no theme! We would love to see some creativity - Full tank shots, macros, fish, plants, shrimp etc. Please refrain from excessive photoshopping.

    Deadline: 12pm, 31st May 2012

    How to Enter: Anyone can enter, just submit your photo/s in this thread. Please resize the image as required, but be sure to keep a higher resolution copy for the calendar itself. You must be able to supply a photo without a signature/credit. You may enter as many images as you like, but only one of your images can be selected for the calendar.

    Prizes: Winners that make it in the calendar will recieve the calendar free (premium members or not).

    How are winners decided: Photos will not go to poll. We will decide which photos goes in the calendar and keep it anonymous. Those that are successful will be contacted.

    Additional Information: If Clubs/Societies want to have the dates of meetings/functions included in the calendar at no cost please contact Aqualife via PM.

    Good luck and I can't wait to see the entrants!
    Last edited by pleco4me; 07-05-12 at 10:08 PM. Reason: Updated Rules

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    goodluck everyone

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    what's the required resize?

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    Hi foxpuppet

    Good question. Im not 100% sure, but I would say 1024 x 768 or larger would be required for the actual calendar to maintain the sharpness/quality of the image. As for resizing for submission in this post, it isn't crucial. Just big enough so we can judge the image properly, but not the full size image Does that help?

    Craig
    Last edited by pleco4me; 02-05-12 at 09:25 PM.

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    So hard to take photos of 2cm fish, especially since they don't ever stay still.



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    here are my marine pics.






    "You wouldnt have that problem with a V8"

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    some fresh pics in there too ^^
    "You wouldnt have that problem with a V8"

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    Hi,

    Here are my (numerous) entries. Not sure if there's a maximum number, so apologies if there are too many!

    Red Ramshorn Snail


    Red Cherry Shrimp


    Endlers Livebearer - looks like a hybrid


    Darwin Algae Shrimp


    Odessa Barb


    Apistogramma Agassizii Fire Red


    Bronze Corydoras


    Splashing Tetra


    Red Ramshorn Snail


    Red Cherry Shrimp


    Gold Severum


    Corydoras Habrosus


    Lionfish


    Lionfish


    Jellyfish


    Not sure


    More Jellyfish

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    Ooh! Found some from my holiday.





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    Wow how good are the photos so far!! Would love to see a few full tank shots and plant pics

    Craig

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    Yer awesome photos so far, amazing quality from all. Thos cherry shrimps almost look like someone has edited with them with paint lol. Amazing Detailed shots. Well Done
    Chuck Norris doesn't beat you to the Punch, He punches you to the Beat

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    A few more:

    Bronze Corydoras


    Apisto Agassizii Fire Red


    Albino Bristlenose


    Ruby Tetra


    Common Bristlenose


    Note sure.. possibly Chili Rasbora

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    Quote Originally Posted by watfish View Post
    Red Ramshorn Snail
    this one is amazing...looks like a painting and awesome snail pose!

    reminds me of a farside comic for some reason.

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    Well I reckon thats pretty much got the calendar covered!!!
    You know Rehab is for quitters!!

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    Some have seen this photo before

    Discus IMG_3258a.jpg
    8x2x3, 8x2x2.5 6x2x2 5x2x2, Echinodorus, Eriocaulons. Native aquatic plant species.

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