I think we all know that good photos capturing depth, plant characteristics, and other details of an aquascape is essential to making your aquascape appear its best. As I look at some of the IALPC 2010 results, it's clear to me some of these lower ranked aquascapes would easily climb the ladder if they had better photos. I find it strange, and a shame, that some of these great aquascapes are rank lower than they deserve because of their lower quality photo. :rain: Do you agree? Any examples? What's the point of entering a visual competition like aquascaping with a lower quality photo? -John N.