A few weeks ago I got the following comment on one of the flickr rounds
This is not the right way to vote for the picsâ€¦ here are some very poor composition also , people are just marketing their pics and force people to vote for their pic onlyâ€¦ is that the way for a photography competition ?? I don’t think so â€¦ lol .. its just making fun of the real creativityâ€¦ !!!
Although I find this comment harsh and untrue, it got me thinking that you deserve to know how pictures end up published here on adidap.com
Simply submit to the group
I am grateful for every picture that is submitted to our flickr group and each one has its own minute of fame. The Reader’s Photos displays, in real time, the 20 most recent pictures of the group.
If you want more and would like to be published in one of the weekly rounds keep reading.
Check your thumbnail
Where I live we do not have the luxury of high speed internet connection and bandwidth is somehow limited here so, the first impression I take from a picture is the default thumbnail displayed in the pool. If I find the thumbnail appealing I will open to see the big picture.
I was hesitating to write this but it is true. I have the human tendency to want to feature more the people that I am familiar with. This doesn’t mean that I will automatically feature in each round all the pictures of the people I know but, if you are a regular, chances are that I will get familiar with your style and get to like your pictures and you will get featured more often.
I love minimalism that’s a fact! I can’t help noticing these images where less is in fact more.
And that doesn’t mean you won’t get your picture featured unless you follow these “guidelines“, I see myself featuring a lot of landscape pictures for example.
Well that’s it! Rambling mode off.
To get featured in our yearly calendar that’s totally up to you guys, you are the one to vote remember !
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