Discus and Angelfish Competition

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Discus and Angelfish Competition

Postby Silver0122 » Sat Apr 23, 2016 2:51 pm

The Angelfish Society in conjunction with Discus Elite are hosting a one of a kind photo competition! This competition is open the public and will feature both discus and angelfish.

Winners of each class will win a $10 gift certificate to their Fish Supplier of choice (maybe even Ned's :wink: ) and the more classes you qualify for the more you can win.

In order to submit photos, each must be registered on the TAS website as a guest or a member. Further, each guest must have posted on the TAS forum; or contacted the moderators to manually allow image posting. This is an unfortunate step required to filter out spammers.

Photos must be uploaded at http://www.theangelfishsociety.org/phot ... hp?cat=520 in the correct class folder by April 30th

All questions and concerns should be directed to myself, John Ryan of Discus Elite or Dena Edwards of The Angelfish Society

http://www.theangelfishsociety.org/forum
http://forum.discuselite.com

Jonathan TAS BOD
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Re: Discus and Angelfish Competition

Postby Silver0122 » Sat Apr 23, 2016 2:52 pm

Photos may be cropped and resized, however, no color manipulation is allowed

* Every attempt to capture the entire fish in the photo should be made

* Attempt to have a single fish in the photo

* Do not submit multiple photos of the same fish in the same class, including both sides of one specimen

* When submitting angelfish please follow the Conformation Standards Guide linked on our website at http://www.theangelfishsociety.org/foru ... -Standards

* Do not reuse a photo that has won a past competition

* Submitted photos should not have a watermark or visible print. Such photos will be deleted without notice

* Photos should be less than 2MB in overall size and both height and width should be 4000 pixels or less. If your photo doesn’t upload this is the cause
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