June winners announced at ADPOTD!!

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Russell Stewart, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. Hello,

    June competition winners have been anounced at the Australian Digital Photo
    Of The Day.

    Please drop by and take a look and while you are there how about submitting
    an entry... This month we have another copy of ThumbsPlus 5 (
    www.thumbsplus.com.au ) up for grabs in the ADPOTD, while the "Featured
    Category" winner will receive a 15Gb X-Drive II Digital Wallet from
    www.powerinnumbers.com.au.

    I hope to see you there,

    Russell Stewart
    Australian Digital Photo Of The Day
    http://www.pixelpix.com.au/adpotd.html
     
    Russell Stewart, Jun 30, 2003
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  2. Russell Stewart

    Brenton Guest

    Russell.. call me dense.. BUT...
    the competition for the x-drive is JUST black and white photos.. yes?

    And these don't get selected for the ADPOTD.. YES?

    They just get collected by you at the web site (even if there are
    hundreds of them... and then the winner is selected from the entries...
    ALL of them are in the running to win (even if there are hundreds) ...
    YES?

    Where as the other comp (ADPOTM) only one of the 30, 31 or 28 (in
    February) are entitled to win, because they were selected as the ADPOTD.

    DO I understand this correctly???

    I am trying to calculate my odds :)
    BRenton
     
    Brenton, Jul 1, 2003
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  3. Correct, the X-Drive is for the Featured Category (B&W) only.
    Correct, each month the "Featured Category" stands as it's own competition
    and the entries to this are not eligible for the ADPOTD/M comp.
    Correct, the winner is selected from ALL entries and not just those
    displayed on the web site.
    Correct, 28/30/31 get selected as ADPOTD and the ADPOTM is selected from
    those.
    You have got it bang on! :)

    By pure chance, I happen to refine the "Rules" page tonight to explain the
    selection process more clearly.
    I failed maths :-( ...but is that possible without knowing the total number
    of entries? (apart from working out the 1 in 28/30/31 obviously) :)
     
    Russell Stewart, Jul 1, 2003
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