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  • Commented on 'The best digital Camera to buy?'

    600 not too much. Digital definitely. Preferably would not have to think about lenses. Probably would only be for adult use.

    • 6 Dec 2005 7:05PM
  • Commented on 'How many Scottish members'

    I'm Scottish - living in Oz at the moment tho Smile
    • 26 Sep 2005 7:52AM
  • Commented on 'Last Album You Bought...?'

    'O' by Damien Rice. Mainly for the songs 'Blower's Daughter' and 'Cannonball' but it is a great album!!!
    • 21 May 2005 9:54PM
  • Commented on 'Does anyone object to getting comments such as "Great photo" as opposed criticism!?'

    I am really pleased that everyone has given me some insight into what they think about this, and before I comment I will try and think of why I like it and say so.

    I suppose what makes it hard for me is that when I look at a photo that I like, I don't look at it and think things like "That's well exposed." Although I know what it means, ut that's just me.

    I also don't click on photos that I don't like what is the point? I don't think that that person needs my unqualified opinion on why I don't like their photo, is that fair to say?

    I have previously commented on colour and detail on photos that I like. Which I do feel I can do!

    Another question that links with this, when you put a photo of a cute cat, kitten, dog or puppy, or some other "Cute" animal, is it annoying to get a string of "Awwwwwwwwww" and "so cute" I am guilty of this but I notice I am not the only one - lol ;D
    • 15 May 2005 2:44PM
  • Commented on 'Does anyone object to getting comments such as "Great photo" as opposed criticism!?'

    I always try to say what I like about a photo, but sometimes you just like it - you know - it appeals to something inside of you! I'm glad that you do like to hear that people appreciate your photos though, albeit in simple terms! Now I know I'm not considered a comments-pest! Lol
    • 15 May 2005 6:46AM
  • Commented on 'Does anyone object to getting comments such as "Great photo" as opposed criticism!?'

    I cannot remember which members profile I recently read but it said that he used to upload photos but stopped - and deleted all of his already uploaded ones, for two reasons, one being that he was unhappy with the photos he was taking just to please other people, which is fair enough but another reason was as he was sick of getting comments such as "nice photo", "good shot" etc.

    I am an amateur and don't pretend to know anything about photography and so when I see a photo that I like in the gallery, I will click on it and say "I like it, it's good!" or some other non photographic term and when I saw his profile it got me to thinking: does anyone else mind? would they rather people didn't comment than just said that they liked it? If they can't offer critique, improvements or alternative methods should people just not comment at all?

    I'd really like to know what you all think!
    • 15 May 2005 6:29AM