Drone Pic of the Week Contest Round 13

in Drone2 months ago

Our round 13 of the Drone Pic of the Week Contest starts today! Get your drone out! Pull it out and join our community with a post and entry into our Drone pic of the week contest. Contest starts 2022-06-25 and will end 2022-07-01.
The sky is open. Fly It!

Contest entries can be a pic of your drone, or a pic or video from your drone. And why not include 4 wheel drones as well? Feel free to pull in your FPV, RC Planes, RC cars, RC trucks and other landbound drones/robots as well.

Rewards: I will pick the top 3 three posts and the winners will each receive 200 Ecency points. Runners up or Honorable Mentions may receive some Ecency points as well depending on my stash for the week.

Contest Rules:
Must be a member or Join the Drone community.
Must post in the Drone community and have Drone as the first tag.
Must be Drone/RC car, Plane, Robot, or related post.
Optional - Place "Drone Pic Contest" in the subject or body.
I'll announce the winners next weekend and send a summary curation post.
Enjoy and good luck!

Don't forget to tell your friends and join our community!
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Bang, I did it again... I just rehived your post!
Week 111 of my contest just started...you can now check the winners of the previous week!

Love seeing the contest entries!
I added this into the Ecency Discord contest channel!

Hi @ksteem

Just two questions: Is it mandatory to, at least, make a reply at this entry or could be any entry in the community?

Do you split the contest between Photography and footage?

Many thanks for creating this room and for your time.

Nope, just be a member of the group (which you are) and make your post to the group so it's easy for me to spot and find. I don't have any fancy search scripts or other ways to find them just on tags yet, so needs to be posted to the community.
Don't split them today, but we're only on 13, so who knows? Still learning and adapting.

Thanks for that, It actually takes up a lot more time each week and through the week to monitor than I initially thought, but so far worth it to get a larger portion of the great drone shots into a central place.

Many thanks @ksteem for your time and positive attitude of running the room.
The reason of my question was because photography and video are two and very different visual languages, and in my opinion video is always much more spectacular visually speaking than a still, so logically footage are going to win always, or almost always.
Obviously I don't shoot video in my aerial work.

I reiterate the thaks.