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Vote for Spring Photo Contest Winners!

Time to Cast Your Votes!

 

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED - Thanks to all that participated. Results coming soon!

 

The submission period for the Spring Photo Contest is now closed, and we are happy to report we’ve received 80 images from our members for consideration. And, for the first time, we’re opening the judging process to our community as well to help us determine the winners. So, between now and the end of June (11:59 PST, June 30st), please view all of the images in the gallery and place your votes for the ones you’d like to win by adding photos you like to your favorites.

 To do this, just click on the thumbnail of an image to enlarge it, and then click the star symbol in the bottom right of the control panel to add it to your favorites (see image above for reference). You must be logged in to add a photo to your favorites, and this can be done only once for a particular image, per member. You can change your vote at any time by clicking the star button again to remove the image from your favorites. At the end of the month, we will look at the images with the highest number of favorites – and select our winners from that pool.

Some judging criteria to consider: The theme of the contest was “what Spring means to you”, so each image should reflect that in some fashion; and – of course – the image should be an excellent technical example of a good 3D photo (no convergence issues, window violations, reflection issues, etc.). So please cast your votes for our Spring Photo Contest winners today – and feel free to offer constructive critiques and supportive comments along the way to your fellow 3D enthusiasts.

Thank-you to all members that have submitted images for consideration.

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very beatiful !

very beatiful !

very beatiful !

very beatiful !

Is it closed already ?

Damn.. ! I missed this Photo Contest.

Regards,
Jonathan

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Thought it could use a bit more polishing but 9/10.
yeastrol

nice!

I wonder what will come out of this development

This very beatiful !

This very beatiful !

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