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post by Glass   |  | 
PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
< on 5/9/2006 5:50 PM >

Notes for posters:

a) No more than 6 photos per critique thread.
b) Titles are better than no titles. If there is no title there must be a number attached to the photograph.
c) Always say what camera you're shooting with and what film (if applicable) with more technical information appreciated on a photo-by-photo basis.
d) Take what people say to you and do with it what you want, but don't get into -another- flame war over negative comments. People don't critique to start fights; it's for your own damn good!
e) All photos posted should be no wider then 700 pixels and no higher than 500 pixels. [Also, a dpi/ppi of 72 would be best for everyone.]

That's all I have... add to this as you wish.

-Glassius


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post by flapjack   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 1 on 5/9/2006 6:28 PM >

Great idea.

A general observation would be the less images you have in the thread the more likely you'll get some input.


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post by YellowSnow   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 2 on 5/10/2006 2:53 AM >

Splendid.


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post by desmet   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 3 on 5/10/2006 1:19 PM >

Numbers or titles are fantastic. I hate having to count them up.


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post by DelbertGrady   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 4 on 5/11/2006 12:52 AM >

Glass's signature-
I'm not a mod.


I nominate Glass for Photo Critique Mod!

Great ideas. I've thought for a while that some organization to the photo critique board would be a great thing. I thought there needs to be a little consistency to photo sizes, naming and/or numbering, and how many photos are posted, all of which Glass pointed out.




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post by Glass   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 5 on 5/11/2006 1:27 AM >

I think I'd be a difficult mod... but I wouldn't mind a mod coming along and making this topic sticky.

Glass


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post by Corporal_Clegg   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 6 on 5/20/2006 6:15 PM >

What if I post a link to a thumbnail?


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post by nightbird   |  | Girl Moderator

Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 7 on 5/20/2006 6:29 PM >

I would say take it up with the mods in charge of this area:

UE Photo critique
Mutt
Detroit
Shane


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post by Glass   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 8 on 5/20/2006 9:54 PM >

Posted by nightbird
I would say take it up with the mods in charge of this area:

UE Photo critique
Mutt
Detroit
Shane


I'm not taking anything up with anyone.
This forum is all but mod-free (as it should be, I think) and the existing welcome-to-critique was unread and severely lacking. I've had a lot of positive response to my guidelines and I've seen a large positive change for the users in this section.
What's to argue about? Let's give some constructive feedback.

Glassius

EDIT:
PS;
Thanks to the mod who made this sticky (I'm guesing that was NB )!

[last edit 5/20/2006 9:59 PM by Glass - edited 2 times]

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post by Glass   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 9 on 5/20/2006 9:56 PM >

Posted by Corporal_Clegg
What if I post a link to a thumbnail?


I see what you've done and it works great: The user has the option of screening them, you kept the photo number low, and the full size image is very large, adding a lot to the presentation.
The only caution I have for you is there is the chance of the photo being stolen because of it's hi-res nature. Use your own judgement.


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post by Corporal_Clegg   |  | 
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<Reply # 10 on 5/26/2006 1:54 AM >

The only caution I have for you is there is the chance of the photo being stolen because of it's hi-res nature. Use your own judgement.


Me confused.....Please explain.

You can right click-save any photo on this site, so what exactly do you mean?


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post by TaP   |  | 
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<Reply # 11 on 6/12/2006 10:14 PM >

a high resolution photo can be printed into big images. you can use that pic and claim that its yours and then use it to make profit over someones back.


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post by Corporal_Clegg   |  | 
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<Reply # 12 on 7/12/2006 4:00 AM >

Ah! Thats what you mean, thanks!


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post by Ian   |  | This member has been banned. See the banlist for more information.

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<Reply # 13 on 7/12/2006 6:02 AM >

Posted by DelbertGrady
I nominate Glass for Photo Critique Mod!


haha

I nominate Glass for Being Allowed Back on UER....


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post by Zorak   |  | 
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<Reply # 14 on 7/17/2006 7:55 PM >

Posted by Leviathan


haha

I nominate Glass for Being Allowed Back on UER....



I second that motion!


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post by grassy   |  | This member has been banned. See the banlist for more information.

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<Reply # 15 on 7/24/2006 6:21 AM >

I'm confused.
A mod got banned?


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post by prometheus   |  | 
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<Reply # 16 on 12/4/2006 6:39 PM >

Hahaha, the end of this thread is pretty funny. Glass commenting on Glass being banned.


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post by Glass   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 17 on 1/14/2007 6:25 AM >

Posted by prometheus
Hahaha, the end of this thread is pretty funny. Glass commenting on Glass being banned.


I'm glad someone else thinks it was funny!


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post by Glass   |  | 
Re: PHOTO CRITIQUE GUIDELINES
<Reply # 18 on 2/2/2007 7:34 PM >

Might I also suggest that the photos be UE-related?



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post by IrIsHmOm   |  | 
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<Reply # 19 on 2/2/2007 7:40 PM >

I'd like to add to this... And I think I made this mistake myself, so I'm not trying to be hypocritical here.. If you have a lot of photos from one place, post a few in one thread and then post more in another one later, not in a reply.. That makes it easier to look at. If they're edits of the same ones, then post in a reply to the original, but if they're new, post a new thread.


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