Yesterday I sent out an invitation to join a new Flickr group. People have already joined and some people have even sent this invitation out to others -- anyone interested in photography can join. Please pass this invitation along to others.
I wanted to invite you to join a cool group on Flickr! It's called Camera Club Critiques, and it's a big bunch of fun! If you would like to join this group, click on the following link (or copy and paste it into your web browser). Then you can see what this group is all about!
This can be a place where images are displayed, shared and/or critiqued. It will only be successful IF we post pictures and IF we ALL comment on the posted pictures. After talking with several members and after our own executive camera club board meeting I think that many people would like more comments on their photographs. Perhaps this is a forum that can help everyone and visually deilight us all in the learning process. Anyone with an itnerest in photograph can join.You will be able to subscribe to the group after you join so you will know when new things have been posted to the group.
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This is a place for you to upload your photograph so that others may enjoy it, comment on it and/or critique it. During the monthly competitions it is not possible to get comments on every photograph but everyone learns when we critique and are critiqued.We ALL love to see photographs and learn what might be done to improve them.
Constructive criticism only, remember the maker took that photograph for a reason and they chose it to compete for a reason. You can offer constructive criticism and you can also "score" the photo if you want (0-10) and please break it down into the 4 categories below so people can learn.
Please remember that what constitutes a GREAT photo for CAMERA CLUB competition does not necessarily constitute a GREAT photo for hanging on your wall, in an art studio, on the cover of a magazine, etc. Camera club competition is but one set of guidelines. If you want to be on the cover of a magazine you usually shoot vertical and leave lots of sky (or negative space) for the TITLE and words. This same image would have to be cropped tightly to do well in camera club competition.
See you there!