this will be great for product photographers!
Eh lol. I've assisted that photographer (Josh Hu) before (as in the seminar at the bottom)
Last edited by metallilan; 12th May 2007 at 12:56 PM.
When they say 'atleast 6 Mega pixels'... wat do they mean? 3000*2000 resolution? or the pic size? sorry if the question is stupid!!
what are the valid wristwatch brands?
A. Lange & Söhne
Baume & Mercier
Carl F. Bucherer
Dubey & Schaldenbrand
H. Moser & Cie
Max Busser & Friends
Source : http://www.thehourglass.com/horology.asp (link just above the Prices segment)
I guess the photograph can be taken with any camera and not necessarily Canon since one of the regulations states that raw files of any format can be submitted.
The competition has 2 themes 'The Watch' and Conceptualising Time'. The first theme is great for product photographers and the second is up to your interpretation of Time!
where can we take the photographs ?
Can anyone advice where can take the pics of the products? @ the shop itself... or where??? Thanks
lol, the competition name so chim one.
very hard to pronounce...haizz
For the theme 'The Watch', you will have to loan the watch (of the participating brands) from friends.
Hi all, will like to know if there is more interest in 'The Watch' or 'Conceptualising Time'
What if The Hour Glass provides a selection of watches for keen participants to work with, at a designated venue, on selected days and each participant has 2 hours - will this help? Any better suggestions?
Here is a write-up on the workshop and Josh's presentation - for those who are unable to make it on Saturday.
"In the event of two winning works from the same participant, the order of the higher prize shall be awarded."
SO if one participant win 1st 2nd and 3rd prize, organizer get to save on the 2nd and 3rd prize?
Anyone know if we can photoshop our photographs for submission?