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August 2008
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Print advertisment created by Paddyfield, India for G.K.Vale, within the category: Professional Services.

Where's the picture?
Every 1/8000 of a second there is a picture happening. Are you fast enough?

Advertising Agency: Paddyfield Creative Services, Bangalore, India
Creative Director: Sampath Kumar
Art Director: Unnikrishnan R
Copywriter: Deepak M
Other additional credits: Sasi Bhaskar, Rajesh KR, Vivann Varghese

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i dont want to see something like this in adsoftheworld. Its sad.

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looks nice to me. but what is it about exactly?

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shit

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looks nice to me... but what exactly is it about

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where is the idea?

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G.K.Vale is a famed photo studio and the largest camera retailer in the city. Campaign done as part of their branding exercise and to promote photography.

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corre
Activity Score 196

I quite like the idea, but to be honest I had no clue what it was advertising. My first guess was a camera maker, but most of those are quite familiar names. My second guess was a news agency, actually, because of the line about speed and many pictures happening at the same time, so they're telling you that they'll be able to freeze all the events and let you observe each one without the rush at your own demand.
Now, a photo studio...? Didn't even cross my mind. Maybe on later guesses, but how many people would be bothered to guess for that many times?

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corre
Activity Score 196

okay, with the news agency, I got that stronger from the "street" one.

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G.K.Vale is a famed photo studio and the largest camera retailers in the city.Campaign was done as part of their branding exercise and to promote photography.

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what you done is shit.

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SeanMartin

I really like the concept behind the campaign, but, frankly, this is the only one of the three that makes me want to look at the cropping points.

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Here, let me save everyone the trouble of asking. "Do you even work in advertising?"

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comAd
Activity Score 162

Hey i like them, but they are not relevant. Push ur idea more, think more. What ru trying to tell?

Meet me at Benson Town, i shall explain.

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tat wuld be nice. benson town did u say..wat time.. ur number doesnt work btw..

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comAd
Activity Score 162

Man i dunno where my mob: is. i have an overwhelming feeling that i lost it. Anyways you are welcome to our humble abode. Weekends probably.

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Javier Ramírez
Activity Score 1243

Un poco confusa pero buena...

http://javoramirez.wordpress.com/

Chief Creative Director Nexus BBDO

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Lip
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Scam Detector
Activity Score 1048

If this campaign is about 1/8000 of a second then it shouldn't be about still lifes.
Shots like these can be done at 1/2s and you still won't miss a thing.

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DONE!!!

Student Campaign from Lürzers Archive.

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pixelbomb1
Activity Score 2555

look, quick. you're missing the woman taking her clothes off.

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Tham

i like the picture but i cant get the idea.

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Kateter
Activity Score 2029

to make 1/8000 of a second that freaking special the pictured moments should be rare, not ordinary.

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radius

Great photograph indeed! But, no concept?

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Hi Ivan,
Can you please explain me this idea.

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its a fucking ad no meaning at all time waste here

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Guest

i dont want to see something like this in adsoftheworld. Its sad.

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