Since many photographers will not post c/c on a photo page because they are unaware of how it will be accepted, I have created this group in hopes that maybe those of us who are open to suggestions and critique can gain knowledge during our photographic learning experience! Please feel free to post any photo you would like seriously critiqued or to comment on any photo that needs critiqued in your opinion. NOTE: all members who join give permission to members of the group to use their submitted photo only in the event that it is edited to show the person who has submitted said photo, what alternative viewpoints are available. HOWEVER, if you do not wish to have the photo you submit used, PLEASE POST with your- PHOTO "DO NOT USE"! I think this will save time from asking permission from each user. Thanks EVERYONE and have fun!!!We believe CC takes time, so please, take your time.
:- ) PLEASE MAY ALL MEMBERS POSTING PHOTOS POST THEM IN THE 'APPROPRIATE' DISCUSSION, THANKS AS CC IS BASED SOMETIMES ON TECHNICAL ELEMENTS, MENTIONING TECHNICAL DATA, I.E. aperture, shutter speed, focal length and sensitivity, MAY BE VERY WELCOME AND HELPFUL I suggest those elements may be mentioned as follows: A = aperture, SS = shutter speed, FL = focal length, ISO = ISO sensitivity
You may copy and paste them from here for conveniency. SS:
Point-and-shoot cameraTip for uploading.
It is very convenient for the viewer to have the photograph he wishes to comment upon ready to see. In this purpose, it is really helpful if a thumbnail is joined to the text, not separated, so that that the viewer may not have to open several times the photograph while writing comment. Here is how to do it.
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Please note that it is very convenient for the viewer if the photograph is entitled. A title gives as well a clue about the way the photographer considers his/her photograph.