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Discussing Street PhotographyDiscussing Street Photography2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
In Your Own Words
So here's the thing:
I have a plan; and in order for that plan to work, I'll be needing your help.
The concept is quite simple really.
What I need you all to do is share your thoughts and your own philosophies regarding what you consider as Street Photography, in the comment box below.
Feel free to monologue, debate, rant, harangue, borrow quotes from the masters or even pick a few references from that popular Wikipedia page about Street Photography if it helps.
You don't have to be a Street Photographer to join in the discussion, but having a bit of know how on the subject will ensure smooth and successful turns in conversation.
Please note that this is your show, and I'm merely a silent observer. Though I may pop in mid-conversation should the urge to needlessly interfere overwhelm me, ha!
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Digi gallery submission guidelines: F(not)AQBy :iconmyraincheck: and :iconMARX77:Digi gallery submission guidelines: F(not)AQ2 years ago in Personal More Like This
How many times have you clicked on the "I accept" button after actually having read the terms & conditions all the way through?
Not very often, huh?
It's just one of those things most people (including myself) do without giving it a second thought.
Now how many times have you actually read the rules and submission guidelines of DA groups before signing up for membership?
Didn't think so.
So even if you did, but do you still remember them?
Different groups have different rules; some are easy to understand, while some require (at least) a PhD in rocket science and/or memory like an elephant.
It's even easier to lose track, especially if you're a member of a hundred plus clubs.
So what can we do about it?
How can we, the Yard admins, help our members remember our group guidelines?
This is where our wonderful admin, Mary - *myraincheck, and myself... ehm, came up with a brilliant idea to present a series of journals to help better explain our guideline