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11/10/2003 07:50:05 PM · #1
Yep,, that's exactly the comment I just got, some jerk that registered today, no camera,vote only.
And leaves a comment of yuck..

Begone TROLL get ye gone!!!
11/10/2003 07:54:39 PM · #2
*laugh*

But was it a constructive "yuck"?

Be interesting to see how many "yucks" or similar childish statements the person makes on pics in general.

However, be careful JC ...... you may have just given away which photo is yours, and that is against the rules ;) All I have to do now is go and find one that looks "yuck" to me *laugh*
11/10/2003 07:57:46 PM · #3
"Yuck" is a constructive comment if you can get past your anger at the wording.
11/10/2003 08:01:24 PM · #4
Joking aside .....

I do not see "yuck" as constructive at all, as it offers nothing. To me it is a purely negative (destructive?) comment.

However .....

"Yuck, I hate the way the light ......."

"Yuck, the composition is all wrong ......"

With a qualification it can be constructive, but I think "yuck" alone is not constructive at all. If it were then just about any comment made would be constructive and the term "constructive" become meaningless.
11/10/2003 08:51:00 PM · #5
ahh,, well if you can pinpoint mine from a comment like "yuck" I'll buy you a beer! (or appropriate beverage)

<<G>>

and I'll hang up my camera! sheesh.
11/10/2003 09:04:28 PM · #6
I got this comment from I would say the same person "creepy...enough to knock you out of the competition."

Melissa
11/10/2003 09:06:35 PM · #7
I believe the same person just commented on my still life submission, no camera, vote only also registered today, he left this constructive comment: "This scene looks very authentic...I see this setup everywhere I go [sarcasm liberally sprinkled throughout]. Get real!"

I hate comments like these that make no sense and just leave me wondering what they were referring too...any way I have a feeling we'll be seeing more bizarre comments from this one.
11/10/2003 10:18:19 PM · #8
Just remember .....

I doesn't take much to be able to shoot the work of others down when

a) You are anonymous (which in effect someone registering that way is)

and

b) You have never entered anything yourself that others could see

If I get a negative comment from someone who has just registered, doesn't have a photo up etc, I just ignore it. May be a brainless troll (as it looks like in this instance), may just be someone without communication skills, whatever.

I take the comments from the actual photographers here and try and improve from them, they are the views that matter to me. If I get a comment from a photographer I particularly admire I am also more likely to consider it in yet more depth.

I find that 99% of people here do try and help with constructive critism, so don't let the odd rotten apple .... oh, hang on, there's an idea for the literalismns challenge!


11/11/2003 02:38:51 AM · #9
I can see i've been the topic of many discussions tonight. my apologies for rudeness...i really am sorry, but my comments were not directed at you, only at your photography. if you'd like to find out more about me, read my post to the following forum:

//www.dpchallenge.com/forum.php?action=read&FORUM_THREAD_ID=54283
11/11/2003 02:53:29 AM · #10
Seems we have two threads on the same subject. Continue this thread here
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