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    Confessions of an art judge: I tossed a coin to decide

    Confessions of an art judge: I tossed a coin to decide

    http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/...423-1ds4l.html

    Says a lot doesn't it!
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    Bizarre I'd say, but at least its generating some publicity .(shakes head)
    Cheers David.

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    It's a huge confession I reckon.

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    Some ' funny ' stories around. One I heard was where a judge eliminated a photo of a fish, as his wife had served a bad fish dinner that week. The local camera club choosing a photo of a cat for an inter- club competition, as the judge liked cats.
    Constructive critique of my photos is welcome and appreciated.


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    All judging either art or photography is subjective to the one judging. If they are a nature tog, then a nature image will win, whether its good or not, and if they prefer portraits, well you know what happens. Its all subjective.

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