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PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:12 pm 
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Its the Copperhead of course, Mack. :lol:

I'm gonna sell it though and get a Deathadder again. Open to offers! :wink:

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Aww why sell it? I have one too, I like the fingertip control you have for PS work.

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grahamnp wrote:
Aww why sell it? I have one too, I like the fingertip control you have for PS work.


I do like it and its more sensitive and accurate than a Deathadder IMO but I just like the feel of a Deathadder more. The comfortableness of the Deathadder is better than the little bit better optics of this one.

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Oooops my mistake. Anyway, niiice mouse. I've had the Lachesis for a bit now and I'm loving it!

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ARRGG :evil: :evil: I wish i had waited to enter as i took this shot today and it like it better than my origonal entry :cry: :cry:

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Here was my actual entry:


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Thomas- I like your entry... :D

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Well done all, there were quite a few really nice submissions for last month's assignment, and a few in particular. I think I'll leave my comments for until after voting closes.

I took this photo on the 29th, and realised on the 1st that it suits the then assignment. :cry:

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Mmmmmm, icicles.

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Versions with post processing (levels), as above:
500x376 ; 800x600; 1600x1200; 3056x2296 (original size; 1.3mB)

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500x376; 800x600; 1600x1200; 3056x2296 (original file; 3.9mB)

Camera Model: Pentax Optio 750Z :!:
Focal length: 7.8mm (fully wide)
Aperture: f/5
Shutter Speed: 1/60s
Sensitivity: ISO 80
Post processing: Levels (PS CS3)

Although minimalism is quite subjective, I wonder how well you think it fits the theme.


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The July assignment seems to have split the voting a lot so far......what happens if it's a draw? Has this happened before? Sorry if I missed the answer elsewhere.

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Nope - no draws so far!

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Ahh - a potential dilemma then! If it does happen I suggest we let the person who set the assignment for the month have the casting vote. What does everyone else think?

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Isn't voting open until the 20th or later? There's a lot of time yet.


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Very true Raymo - I just don't remember seeing a vote so evenly split like this before and wondered what would happen in the case of a draw.

If it doesn't happen this month it probably will sooner or later. I thought about a tie-breaker with everyone voting again for the people with the top score but that could go through a number of iterations to get to the winner.....the only other alternatives I could think of would be for the moderators as a group or the boss (Gordon :D ) to have the casting vote.

Taking all into account it seemed to me the fairest/simplest option would be to give the casting vote to the person who set the assignment in the first place.

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Mmm, yes it will probably happen sooner or later.

I've wondered about what to do when votes are tied on a few occasions (for all kinds of things), and in regard to a re-vote, that could work if (obviously) only the tied candidates are up for voting.

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Taking all into account it seemed to me the fairest/simplest option would be to give the casting vote to the person who set the assignment in the first place.

I think this is a slightly better way to go though. After all, the person that set the task is the only one that truly knows how the task is to be interpreted.


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Thanks to the four people who voted for my entry, it's an honour!

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9926+ views and only 96 votes.
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