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04/23/2015 08:52:09 AM · #1
I have occasionally praised the concept of commenting on images that score low or need help. But then I paradoxically vote on an entire challenge without leaving comments on those very images I scored low.

So I'm changing my tune a bit. For photographers that want to improve; Read comments on high-scoring or "favorited" images or even on images YOU like. Certainly being inspired by successful images is just as valuable as someone chatting about how yours could improve.

I know this might sound obvious, but looking for critical comments on your own images may be less expeditious than looking at others.
04/23/2015 12:01:51 PM · #2
Indeed! And not necessarily what worked technically, but what has enthused commenters. Sometimes it's creativity, or the use of color, or lighting.
04/23/2015 12:45:28 PM · #3
I've always found it interesting to look through the images which others have recently commented-on -- click the Photos > Browse link in the menu bar to bring up that gallery ...
04/23/2015 01:15:08 PM · #4
Originally posted by GeneralE:

I've always found it interesting to look through the images which others have recently commented-on -- click the Photos > Browse link in the menu bar to bring up that gallery ...


As long as I've been here, I'm always learning new things about this site...
04/23/2015 05:33:31 PM · #5
In the old days, that was always my first stop when I logged in here. I would see what others had been looking at and commenting on. Todd see who had posted new stuff to their portfolio based on new comments. Sadly, we go for days sometimes with no new comments.
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