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Competition Result The winners of my phone takes better pictures than your camera competition 2018

hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Thank you to all who entered this competition and to those who took the time to vote

There were 19 entries in the competition this year and 60 votes were cast

You are able to see all the votes here

:first:In first place with image one @hooferinsane

#1.jpg

:second:In joint second place with image eight @paulmag

#8.jpg

:second: Also in joint second place with image eleven @hooferinsane

#11.jpg
 

JaneH

Member
Lovely images. Is there a reason that the phone info isn't shown? And, just out of curiosity, do you have to ask permission when photographing people, like the bus passengers?
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Lovely images. Is there a reason that the phone info isn't shown? And, just out of curiosity, do you have to ask permission when photographing people, like the bus passengers?
Hi Jane. Actually, the phone info is showing in all of these. You just need an EXIF viewer installed in your browser to see them.

For your second question, people can be photographed in any place where they do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. When they are in public, snap away unless they ask you not to.
 

Snips

Always on
Well done Brian and Paul.

I'm intrigued as to how you got the second one Brian - I suspect by just being brave by pointing and clicking.
 

hooferinsane

EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Well done Brian and Paul.

I'm intrigued as to how you got the second one Brian - I suspect by just being brave by pointing and clicking.
There was a seat I was sitting on pointing in that direction opposite (the entrance/exit just in between myself and the people) my phone is always on silent. Pretended to be reading my phone and just clicked it - it was a Lewisham bus 6.30am on a Sunday morning, everyone pretty vacant, so no one really noticed Edward. (I took about 4/5 shots)
 
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