dave_h wrote:OP, you say.... "Why, well in my opinion more people would comment on more shots if they didn't have to wade through 200 or so shots per day." Really ? How can anyone possibly know how many comments are being posted and by how many people ?
Yes, upload limits are a great way to improve the quality of the images here. They're also a great way to reduce the average comment to "Nice image, I gave it a 5". Higher quality images, but LOWER quality feedback, because people are only going to upload their quality images. It's no longer about getting feedback on so-so images, it BECOMES a competition of the highest quality images we have. Is that really the direction we want the site to go?
- Joe U.
Designed to capture and inspire readers, features are full of practical shooting advice and tips from top professionals, giving you the chance to learn new tricks and fine-tune your skills. Whether you’re a part-time amateur or a full-time pro, Digital Photographer aims to challenge and motivate you to take your best shot.
Whether you’re after advice on specific photographic genres, or you want to learn how to use your new DSLR from the ground up, we cater for your needs.
Every month there’s also the chance to develop your post-production talent with a host of creative tutorials. Learn to banish blemishes or correct colour casts as you load up our free CD and, with it, all the essential resources to follow each step-by-step.
With a passion for photography equal to our readers’, we understand the needs of the digital photographer. This is why every issue we pack Digital Photographer with as much inspiration and encouragement as its 148 pages will allow. Pick up a magazine, be inspired and send us your efforts.
Every day we receive a wealth of images from our talented readers, and we’d love to see your efforts too.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest