Natural dew verses studio water drops

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Would Pixoto consider adding a sub category or a actual category for natural dew drops...maybe in the nature up close category... I dont think dew or even rain drops should be in same category as the studio created water drops (which are totally awesome but very difficult, almost impossible to compete against when using only nature as your creator)....
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JoAnn Palmer

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Terry Gower

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I believe the studio water drops are glycerine in some cases
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Sherry Andreason

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Hi JoAnn it is my understanding that drops go in the Abstract Waterdrops category if they are macro shots, If it is a wider angle shot of a flower, leaf, blade of grass with water drops on it, where the entire scene is the subject rather than the drops, it can go in Nature Up Close.

I don't think we would be able to enforce separate categories beyond that, just looking at the images there would really be no way to tell what medium the drops were made of.
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  • 3 Reply Likes In my opinion this is a studio shot. there are so many of them that to report them all would be a Pain. Why cant Pixoto staff also monitor these categories along with the reports of the users. Just asking.
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Hello William, just to let you know you are replying to 2 year old topic. In the meantime category descriptions have changed.

I hope this helps.

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