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gussifer | thecolorawesome.com ADMIN January 19, 2010
We pride ourselves on being a respectful and supportive Flickr group.
Please follow the group rules or you and your images will be removed.

Always comment and score the five most recent images before posting!

Please remember to include the link code in your comments:
Score __/10 (from the Concert Photography Score Me! group)

This group discussion is for members only.

Group Description

THE RULES ARE SIMPLE BUT IMPORTANT!

   • First rate and comment on the five (5) most recent images in the group.

   • Then post your image after you have rated and commented.

   • You must include this link code in your comment:
Score __/10 (from the <a href="https://www.flickr.com/groups/concert_photography_score_me/">Concert Photography Score Me!</a> group)


THE FINE PRINT

Constructive comments are mandatory.
What does that mean? You need to give useful feedback on the image. You can mention your like or dislike of the sharpness, exposure, composition, emotion, framing, color, processing, tones, etc. Saying just "nice" or "excellent shot!" is not enough.

You will learn a lot from the act of commenting and looking at images with a critical eye. Finding it hard to come up with a constructive comment? Try describing one thing you like and one thing you think could be improved. For example "I like the sharpness, but think the composition is too busy." or "I like the emotion, but it's not sharp enough"

Score and comment on the photo not the band/artist.
The subject of the isn’t the point here. Don't give higher scores because the band is well known, or lower your score because you hate the band, or the genre of music.

Zero Tolerance for people who do not comment + score images.
Members who do not comment and score the 5 photos to the right of their image will find their image removed from the pool. If you have the time to post, you have the time to comment.

Make sure there are five (5) new images before posting again.
Wait until five (5) more images have been posted after yours before commenting and posting again.

Ask an Admin if you have questions or need help.
Still uncertain? Feel free to contact us with questions. Do someones comments upset you? Report any problems to an admin. We are here to help, and are generally pretty responsive.

REMEMBER: COMMENT FIRST, POST AFTER!

Please don't:
   •Revenge Score
   •Delete scores or comments
   •Block other members
   •Be abusive or make personal attacks on other posters images or in email
   •Harass other members in any way

The rule of thumb for "Concert Photography Score Me!" is treating each other with respect at all times. Expect critical feedback - that's how your images improve! If you have a problem with a comment or score please email an Administrator.


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Concert Photography Score Me! - View this group's most interesting photos on Flickriver

REMEMBER: COMMENT FIRST, POST AFTER!

   •If you don't comment the photos you score, your photo will be removed
   •If you are removed from the group, you are welcome to re-join after reading the rules
   •If you repeatedly fail to follow the commenting rules, you will be banned.

We welcome new members and hope you enjoy the group!
(last modified Jan 19th, 2010 by Gussifer.)

Group Rules

THE RULES ARE SIMPLE BUT IMPORTANT!

   • First rate and comment on the five (5) most recent images in the group.

   • Then post your image after you have rated and commented.

   • You must include this link code in your comment:
Score __/10 (from the <a href="https://www.flickr.com/groups/concert_photography_score_me/">Concert Photography Score Me!</a> group)


THE FINE PRINT

Constructive comments are mandatory.
What does that mean? You need to give useful feedback on the image. You can mention your like or dislike of the sharpness, exposure, composition, emotion, framing, color, processing, tones, etc. Saying just "nice" or "excellent shot!" is not enough.

You will learn a lot from the act of commenting and looking at images with a critical eye. Finding it hard to come up with a constructive comment? Try describing one thing you like and one thing you think could be improved. For example "I like the sharpness, but think the composition is too busy." or "I like the emotion, but it's not sharp enough"

Score and comment on the photo not the band/artist.
The subject of the isn’t the point here. Don't give higher scores because the band is well known, or lower your score because you hate the band, or the genre of music.

Zero Tolerance for people who do not comment + score images.
Members who do not comment and score the 5 photos to the right of their image will find their image removed from the pool. If you have the time to post, you have the time to comment.

Make sure there are five (5) new images before posting again.
Wait until five (5) more images have been posted after yours before commenting and posting again.

Ask an Admin if you have questions or need help.
Still uncertain? Feel free to contact us with questions. Do someones comments upset you? Report any problems to an admin. We are here to help, and are generally pretty responsive.

REMEMBER: COMMENT FIRST, POST AFTER!

Please don't:
   •Revenge Score
   •Delete scores or comments
   •Block other members
   •Be abusive or make personal attacks on other posters images or in email
   •Harass other members in any way

The rule of thumb for "Concert Photography Score Me!" is treating each other with respect at all times. Expect critical feedback - that's how your images improve! If you have a problem with a comment or score please email an Administrator.


   •If you don't comment the photos you score, your photo will be removed
   •If you are removed from the group, you are welcome to re-join after reading the rules
   •If you repeatedly fail to follow the commenting rules, you will be banned.

We welcome new members and hoe you enjoy the group!
(last modified Jan 19th, 2010 by Gussifer.)

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Members can post 1 thing to the pool each month.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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