Virtual Show Example MediaSarah2020-05-20T15:08:35+10:00
Photographs and videos of animals entered in the classes must have been taken within the last 4 weeks before the virtual show deadline as of the 14th of August 2020 and have a wool length no longer than 10mm.
Photos should be landscape orientation with a side on view preferred for still photos with animal standing on a hard surface (so judges can see the feet).
Photographs taken at shows, or with ribbons/rosettes on, may not be submitted to avoid bias or identification of the entry.
There must be no people in the photograph or short video.
The photographs entered in Classes may be taken by a professional photographer but, if so, this must be disclosed by the exhibitor on the entry form. Copyright must be respected, and the judges will be trying to assess the animal not the photographs.
Videos of the animal to be taken in an enclosed yard walking freely, on a hard surface (so judges can see the feet).
The video should include a 360 Degree of the exhibit approximately 3 metres from the sheep.
Video to include the rear view to the nose (sheep centre line) approximately 1 metre from the sheep
Testicles view from 500mm away
Teeth to be viewed 500mm away.
Virtual Show Example Image
Virtual Show Example Video
Note: This video was made with ‘iMovie’ on an iphone. iMovie is a FREE app available on iphone and ipad.
Click Here (on ipad or iphone device) to download the iMovie app.