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January 31st, 2010 #79
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Good job folks... sloppy but good
I already posted our finals.
P.S. For some of you, please next time check the brief for the image sizes and aspect ratio... I had to do some slight hacks to get the images to fit inside the frames and sometimes risize them 200%
February 1st, 2010 #86
...dude, you had no reason to cropped the pictures, instead you could have just ask , I believe thats why you had to upscale later. Upscaling does more harm than good Sir.
I hope this can be fixed, I believe I sent mine with a frame... if you had send me the common frame to my mail I'd be most willing to replace the one I was using. No need to crop my pics.
If this can't be fixed... just take off both my high res and write "OPT OUT OF PRINT" for mine and leave my low res.
February 1st, 2010 #87
February 2nd, 2010 #88
First of all, I would've "fixed" this would I have had the chance yesterday, however I had to attend to some personal issues after posting our work, and wasn't able to come back online until now. My apologies on that.
The images are not cropped. They are taking the full size of the card, you can see the whole image, given the slight transparency of the frame. I can admit however, that perhaps it could've been executed better. Perhaps next time, better time management could be the answer to these issues...
I was supposed to send you an e-mail, wait for you to get up from your sleep, and etc, and only then prepare things and post?
When I finally had all files to work with, I had the following options:
1) Contact everyone that didn't send things in perfectly working conditions, wait for their replies, and very possibly miss the deadline.
2) Work with what I had, already rushing things and try to post before the contest hosters polled the results.
I obviously chose nº2, and I won't regret it. Personaly, I think its better to deliver things 95% on time, rather than have things 100% missing deadlines.
I am also aware that the rules were clear regarding the sizes of the images. As such I chose to follow the most professional option I had given the circumstances, which was to present things 100% by the rules, Sir.
I had to sacrifice things, namely having some pixelation in some images in order to achieve that.
I am sure however, that once printed, the loss of quality won't be noticed. Previous similar experiences I had with printing tell me that.
Since I wasn't around to do things the way you asked in time, I already edited the post in the poll topic, stating that your cards are OPT OUT OF PRINT.