Feb 2021 POTM Voting Poll: Top Down Shot

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The subject for Feb 2021 POTM contest was Top Down Shot

It is now Time to chose the winner!

The poll allows multiple choices so choose the ones you like from the numbered entries below. The voting thread will closed Apr 15th at 11:59 pm EST.

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Winner will be determined by this R2R Member voting by poll. In order to be eligible to have votes counted in the poll, voting members must have at least 25 meaningful posts and have been a member of R2R for at least 1 month by the time the poll ends (votes that do not meet this criteria may show in the poll but will be disregarded in the final count). In case of a tie, Team R2R will assist in picking a winner. Rules, deadlines and terms are subject to change at staff discretion at anytime.

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I do not understand why people send in pictures that are so over saturated that there sand is blue or purple. I feel that those people and there photos should be thrown out. Those pictures should be considered fake because its not a true representation of there coral or tank. A true picture should only be an orange filter over your camera or no orange filter. There's a big problem with over saturated picture and it's not just the hobbyist its a real problem with coral sellers. And it need to change.

.7 or .15 should be the only pictures considered. Because there the only pictures that have white sand or doesn't have a blue or purple on things that aren't suppose to be blue or purple.
 
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I do not understand why people send in pictures that are so over saturated that there sand is blue or purple. I feel that those people and there photos should be thrown out. Those pictures should be considered fake because its not a true representation of there coral or tank. A true picture should only be an orange filter over your camera or no orange filter. There's a big problem with over saturated picture and it's not just the hobbyist its a real problem with coral sellers. And it need to change.

.7 or .15 should be the only pictures considered. Because there the only pictures that have white sand or doesn't have a blue or purple on things that aren't suppose to be blue or purple.
I agree it is a problem I think it discourages people who don't know they are edited and they wonder why theirs don't look like other peoples. Actually 7 and 15 could be edited too, I do photography and adobe lightroom allows you to outline the subject you want to edit and it will ony make changes to the object outlined. For example I can take my candycane and turn it pink without changing anything else.
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I agree it is a problem I think it discourages people who don't know they are edited and they wonder why theirs don't look like other peoples. Actually 7 and 15 could be edited too, I do photography and adobe lightroom allows you to outline the subject you want to edit and it will ony make changes to the object outlined. For example I can take my candycane and turn it pink without changing anything else.
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Are you selling said pink candy cane
 

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I do not understand why people send in pictures that are so over saturated that there sand is blue or purple. I feel that those people and there photos should be thrown out. Those pictures should be considered fake because its not a true representation of there coral or tank. A true picture should only be an orange filter over your camera or no orange filter. There's a big problem with over saturated picture and it's not just the hobbyist its a real problem with coral sellers. And it need to change.

.7 or .15 should be the only pictures considered. Because there the only pictures that have white sand or doesn't have a blue or purple on things that aren't suppose to be blue or purple.
I think some are bare bottom, such as 1 and 11
 

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I do not understand why people send in pictures that are so over saturated that there sand is blue or purple. I feel that those people and there photos should be thrown out. Those pictures should be considered fake because its not a true representation of there coral or tank. A true picture should only be an orange filter over your camera or no orange filter. There's a big problem with over saturated picture and it's not just the hobbyist its a real problem with coral sellers. And it need to change.

.7 or .15 should be the only pictures considered. Because there the only pictures that have white sand or doesn't have a blue or purple on things that aren't suppose to be blue or purple.
When you run heavy blue light, your sand will look blue. Lol.
 
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