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    James Staddon

    Specific guidelines for the Photo Critique Forum:

      • It’s nice if you could comment on someone else’s photo before you ask for critique for your photo, but not necessary.
      • When posting a topic, write a little sentence about how you took the shot, what your surrounding circumstances were, or what you were trying to achieve. This increases the quality of the critique and helps us know how to make critique more applicable to your situation.
      • When posting a topic, indicate where you took the picture, what camera you were using and, if you can, provide the basic camera settings used (such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focal length, and camera model.
      • When posting a reply, remember that this forum is for friendly, constructive critique; try to steer away from short, superfluous acclamations, however well-intentioned. Folks can get that on social-media.
      • When posting a reply, always comment in a spirit of friendship and genuine helpfulness, the way you would want someone to critique your pictures.


    • This topic was modified 5 months, 2 weeks ago by  James Staddon.
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