:note: Photography Competition: “Name That Tune”:note:
Get out your photo albums and/or cameras and your music collection. It’s time to “Name That Tune!”. :musicman:
This is a two-part competition:
• Phase One of this contest runs April 2-2027.
• Phase Two begins on May 1 and goes through May 10.
∘ To enter Phase One you must submit a photo that represents a song title. (For the rational behind this contest, see post #41. I know it’s late, but better late than never!).
Along with your photo, write a paragraph or two (500 to 1000 characters), that describes how the photo relates to your song. You may not use the song title in your paragraph, although you must submit the title along with your photo. You’ll see why in Phase Two of this contest.
[COLOR=“#006400”]The contest thread, located in our Photography forum, is closed for comments, but our judges will enter your photo/text submissions as they are received.[/COLOR] ∘ Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
[INDENT]‣ First Place – A SitePoint Book of your choice.
‣ Second Place: A SitePoint E-Book of your choice.
‣ Third Place: A SitePoint Coffee Mug.[/INDENT]
∘ Judging Criteria: Entries will be judged for -
[INDENT]‣ Photo/Song Title Compatibility
‣ Photo quality
‣ Writing quality[/INDENT]
All photo submissions must be made by April 2027. Send your photos with song title and your descriptive paragraph to email@example.com. Winners will be announced on May 1, the beginning of Phase Two of this contest.
All photo and paragraph submissions must be the property of the contestant. If we find they aren’t, your submission will be removed and appropriate action will be taken.
As they are received, photos and their paragraphs will be entered as new posts in the contest thread (closed for comments) with the name of the contributor. Enter early - enter often, but we limit prizes to one per contestant in Phase One.
One photo/paragraph/title per entry, please.
All SitePoint members, with the exception of contest judges are eligible to enter this competition.
Photos should remind you of a song, not be manufactured to depict one. So, they will need to be just “bare bones”. In phase two of the contest, we’ll ask contestants to match up song title with the photos/text entries. If your photo has been manipulated, you’ll be making it pretty easy for someone to “get” the title. Use your text to describe the characteristics of your photo that bring a song to memory without using the song lyrics or title.
[QUOTE=itmitică;5097956]The message has a photo attached. A photo that is entirely my work.
Please check again.
The video is the song described by that photo.[/QUOTE]
So there is! I have the photo, but your text is less than 500 characters. Sorry, but still ineligible for this contest.
Along with your photo, write a paragraph or two (500 to 1000 characters)
For anyone who is worried about having to write 500 characters, here is what 563 characters look like:
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I was reading an article about the 1k CSS contest (and was surprised at how small that is). 1000 characters really shouldn’t be that hard When I write x-word essays for school, :mad: I just start writing and then see how long it is at the end.
Edit: I tried to put my
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I’d do that, but then I’d have to worry if blanks, special chars and such, would disqualify me because it has to be 500-1000 without the blanks. And after that, if I put the song name in quotes, or not. Or if the image is a certain size, if it has a certain number of colors, if…
It looks far too complicated and worrying for me to meet the requirements of this contest. Consider my entry as withdrawn. Thanks.