View Full Version : Contest #32: Voting! (CLOSED)
14th of October 2005 (Fri), 03:11
The first rule of voting. Please please please leave a comment when you vote. This contest really comes alive when people just drop in,say hi and perhaps tell us why they voted for a particular photo. It makes the contest more fun and gives really great feedback for the photographers.
The poll will remain open for 7 days.
You can vote for three photos. Your vote will be public
Please don't vote for your own photos!
As before there will 1st, 2nd and 3rd place positions.
No prizes, sorry :lol:
I will be announcing the names (aliases) of the people who win. Send me a PM if you don't want your name to be announced.All the photos can be viewed here (http://canondigitalphotographycontests.fotopic.net/)
Good luck everyone!!! :D
14th of October 2005 (Fri), 03:44
Although I voted for three my favorite is #6 (Water In Motion).
I loved the composition and the feeling of water refreshment.
The statue comes to “life” from the divine gifted water!
Congrats to the photographer!
14th of October 2005 (Fri), 11:22
My votes go to:
#24 - I like the concept and the execution
#3 - excellent sense of motion
#1 - a real classic!
14th of October 2005 (Fri), 12:01
My favorite, (besides my own) is #35. I didnít realize a camera has the same memory of motion as our eyes. Iím going to have to try a shot like that sometime. Another thing I see from the auto entries is that itís difficult to convey the feeling of motion/speed of a race car. As my weekend ride is a slightly modified Mustang GT ;) , Iím well aware of the stresses the chassis goes through coming out of a tight corner.
Good job all who entered, and may the best shot win.
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 04:59
I can see lots of voting, but not much commenting. Come on people, just drop in and say hi :)
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 05:18
Argh... I hit the wrong buttons. There are so many entries I voted for a wrong one :-(
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 05:52
Tommy, I can transfer your vote if you like. Let me know which one you voted for in error and where you want the vote to go.
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 06:30
Thanks, pm on its way. How embarresing to hit the wrong button :oops:
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 06:33
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 08:12
LOL.. I voted for #16 because I like old machines. I also like #1 because the pan is great.
16th of October 2005 (Sun), 09:55
#1 Classic motion, this image screams motion to me and i love it - it looks great and the skill to get this image is something I aspire towards...
#24 Loads of feel of motion, definitely something i'd would associate with motion - great capture and timing
#27 Loved the feel of this image, brings back memories of sticking head out the window and the wind blowing so hard that you cant open your eyes properly and u can't breath properly !!! I know most will know what i mean :)
There were other very commendable images that gave across the feel of motion, however the above three for me were the best examples of motion on that web page.
Great Stuff, look forward to the next one :)
17th of October 2005 (Mon), 02:44
#27 - This picture conveyed the sense of motion best for me.
#7 - I like the colors and the blur really gave a great sense of motion
#11 - I like the feel of the shot
17th of October 2005 (Mon), 09:20
I voted for only one of them cause I feel it makes the difference. I very much enjoyed the cinematographic look of that photo. The subject is still, yet the image is moving. Colours are great, composition and exposure as well, and this image tells a story.
17th of October 2005 (Mon), 10:36
hey, i got a vote and it wasn't me, yay :D
27 32 35 are my picks, i love em :D
17th of October 2005 (Mon), 11:22
I've voted for 27, 9 and 11
27 because I love the effect of the blurring of the trees and I feel it says "motion" best of all of them to me
9 because it is a very clever shot and although the main focal point of the shot is stationary there is great juxtaposition between that and the speeding train
11 just because it is a great capture.
18th of October 2005 (Tue), 09:46
I voted #1, 8 and 9.
#1 is really nice motion of the horse. #8 is wonderfully artistic and feels a bit abstract to me. #9 feels like a nice photojournalistic shot and I feel like I'm standing behind him.
18th of October 2005 (Tue), 11:38
I voted for #27 because you can feel the motion. I went back to this image several times.
I like #28 because it depicts motion in an otherwise still setting.
#1 received my vote for the intensity and power of the motion.
18th of October 2005 (Tue), 19:51
i got more votes :D:D
can't say how many, it might give away which is mine
19th of October 2005 (Wed), 13:05
Voting closes in two days!
19th of October 2005 (Wed), 22:47
Wow, lots of great photos here. This is my first time participating in the voting, and I even entered the next competition!
I love the motion in #27, and the look in the dog's eye in #37 - he is locked in on his target.
19th of October 2005 (Wed), 23:34
the dog one is hilarious. (#37)
it got my vote!! :D
19th of October 2005 (Wed), 23:37
Mattyb.. If you beat me your not getting to use my lenses.. haha..
19th of October 2005 (Wed), 23:53
I voted for #24 and #9. I like #24 because a caption that just comes to mind is a bear "in-motion". Great capture and I especially like how the face is (more or less) in focus while the rest is motioned-out. I like #9 because it shows motion very subtly. I really like how the photo pulls you in to figure out what's going on (even with the "motion" contest frame of reference) and how you can see the people on both sides of the subway/tram/name you use. The main subject is also interestingly framed.
21st of October 2005 (Fri), 03:11
Voting closed. I'll post a results thread in just a moment
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