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Ken ­ Robertson
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Oct 31, 2013 19:23 |  #1

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Oct 31, 2013 21:55 |  #2

Very pretty shot. Love the lighting...all well thought out


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Oct 31, 2013 23:44 |  #3

Ken Robertson wrote in post #16414740 (external link)
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I've noticed you upload very frequently, great job! However, I've noticed most, if not all, of your posts only have 1 photo. And you create at least 10 threads with each photo from the same session. Is this how you boost your post count? nothing personal, it's just something i've noticed.




  
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Nov 01, 2013 01:48 |  #4

russ71satellite wrote in post #16415013 (external link)
Very pretty shot. Love the lighting...all well thought out

Thanks Russ

killertofu wrote in post #16415176 (external link)
I've noticed you upload very frequently, great job! However, I've noticed most, if not all, of your posts only have 1 photo. And you create at least 10 threads with each photo from the same session. Is this how you boost your post count? nothing personal, it's just something i've noticed.

Thanks,
I did not know there was any gain in boosting the post count. Never really thought of it - I do think of shots as individuals and not a series if thet helps "
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Nov 01, 2013 04:44 |  #5

Ken Robertson wrote in post #16415327 (external link)
I did not know there was any gain in boosting the post count. Never really thought of it - I do think of shots as individuals and not a series if thet helps "
:)

I kinda just think your many threads sort of spams the thread list. If each person posted that many threads with 1 photo each, then it would be chaos.




  
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Nov 01, 2013 04:47 |  #6

killertofu wrote in post #16415475 (external link)
I kinda just think your many threads sort of spams the thread list. If each person posted that many threads with 1 photo each, then it would be chaos.

I thought the recommended was max 2 per thread - I have never had an issue with the admins of the site.


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Nov 01, 2013 15:07 |  #7

Ken Robertson wrote in post #16415477 (external link)
I thought the recommended was max 2 per thread - I have never had an issue with the admins of the site.

max 2 images attached into each thread. The problem I'm pointing out is you post tons of separate threads. For example, I took 30 photos from a single session, each slightly different such as facial expression, angle of model's face, etc. I then post 30 separate threads with 1 photo in each. don't you think that would create clutter in the forums? It would push every else's threads down the list. Instead, I can embed 8 images into each thread to reduce clutter.

You're not breaking any rules, but it's just good forum etiquette to reduce clutter as best as possible.




  
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Nov 01, 2013 15:58 |  #8

Why don't you post something and see. I will let the admins direct me.

I am now suspicious you are a banned member using the back door here. Are you from Vancouver by any chance? You have joined shortly after one was banned.


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Nov 02, 2013 07:03 |  #9

I am sorry but I can only look at one of your photos at a time. If you were to post more photos on one thread then I would really feel inadiquite about my photography. Please keep your threads to one shot. :)


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Nov 02, 2013 07:46 |  #10

Pirate4 wrote in post #16418113 (external link)
I am sorry but I can only look at one of your photos at a time. If you were to post more photos on one thread then I would really feel inadiquite about my photography. Please keep your threads to one shot. :)

:) thanks P4 will do


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Nov 03, 2013 10:36 |  #11

Beautiful shot. Love the use of light.


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Nov 03, 2013 11:47 |  #12

I like the feeling the photo gives and the light really makes this shot for me. Well done.


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