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WOLF CHOIR ADMIN February 16, 2015
Submissions are closed, due to people unwilling or unable to follow simple submission rules! It's sad that they ruin it for the rest of us. :(

Group Description

We recognized a lack of pizza photography in our society, so we're going to start photographing every pizza we make. We wish we would have thought about this earlier, so we could know how many pizzas we've eaten in the last year. It'd be our pizza log.

If you have any photos of pizza, you can upload to this group. We're really only interested in photos of pizza.

We want to try and AVOID these things in this group:
--Photos of people eating pizza (shoving in mouths, cute kids eating pizza)
--Photos of pizza restaurants
--Photos of pizza restaurant employees making pizzas
--Photos of pizza ingredients on their own (i.e. bowls of sauce, balls of dough, plain dough)
--Photos of pints of beer with people in the background
--photos of full meals that happened to include pizza
--photos of pizza boxes or neon lights in pizza restaurants
--ads/posters for pizza related events

Just photos of pizzas please, thanks.

PERFECT EXAMPLES OF WHAT WE'RE AFTER:

Still Got It

pizza 2 - top view

Group Rules

If you have any photos of pizza, you can upload to this group. We're really only interested in photos of pizza. Only a pizza or a piece of pizza is what we want in the photo.

If you add photos of the following things, they will likely be removed:
--Photos of people eating pizza (shoving in mouths, cute kids eating pizza)
--Photos of pizza restaurants
--Photos of pizza restaurant employees making pizzas
--Photos of pizza ingredients on their own (i.e. bowls of sauce, balls of dough, plain dough)
--Photos of pints of beer with people in the background
--photos of full meals that happened to include pizza
--photos of pizza boxes or neon lights in pizza restaurants
--ads/posters for pizza related events

Just photos of pizzas please, thanks.

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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