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brentford40 ADMIN August 9, 2015
Progressive and Artistic Railway Photography Guidelines

We welcome pictures which seek to explore the almost limitless possibilities of digital picture taking and processing and encourage experimentation in both areas. Your word are as important as your pictures and it's surprising what you (and others) can learn when you describe what it is that you like (or dislike) about a particular picture.

The straightforward record shot is important but has a place in our associated 'Rail 3/4 Views'...

Group Description

This group is focused on only non 3/4 view shots of railways.

The idea here is to show creative images AND a forum in which they may be discussed. Please, therefore, comment and give constructive criticism on other members' work every time you post. Do not post images and walk away, please spend time to comment on others first.

If you are a regular commenter on P&ARP then please lets all try to make sure people know where we saw their shot. After your comment just paste this at the end, should not upset anyone. Seen at www.flicker.com/groups/railphoto/ Members who do not comment on others may be removed.

Please do not post any 3/4 view stuff however good, it will not be accepted. (yes I like 3/4 stuff too but this is not the place) Ohhh just a thought, maybe a 3/4 view is acceptable as long as it has very, very special lighting, you know what I mean. Please post top rate 3/4s too www.flickr.com/groups/34views/ not here.

There are two exceptions to the above rule, that is if you are a member of the RPC or PRPC ( www.phoenixrpc.co.uk )almost anything goes, though be prepared to be shot down (In a nice polite way please)!

Be as adventurous as you can and please do take time to comment on others as you see fit.

This is for fun, lets not get too serious please.

For inspiration why not visit the phoenixrpc website and look for books by C T Gifford.

Group Rules

The idea here is to show creative images AND a forum in which they may be discussed. Please, therefore, comment and give constructive criticism on other members' work every time you post. Do not post images and walk away, please spend time to comment on others first.

If you are a regular commenter on P&ARP then please lets all try to make sure people know where we saw their shot. After your comment just paste this at the end, should not upset anyone. Seen at www.flicker.com/groups/railphoto/ Members who do not comment on others may be removed.

Please do not post any 3/4 view stuff however good, it will not be accepted. (yes I like 3/4 stuff too but this is not the place) Ohhh just a thought, maybe a 3/4 view is acceptable as long as it has very, very special lighting, you know what I mean. Please post top rate 3/4s too www.flickr.com/groups/34views/ not here.

There are two exceptions to the above rule, that is if you are a member of the RPC or PRPC anything goes, though be prepared to be shot down (In a nice polite way please)!

Be as adventurous as you can and please do take time to comment on others as you see fit.

This is for fun, lets not get too serious please.

P.S. I am happy with any rail subject, but would prefer to see a higher % of the modern scene. Also OK with narrow gauge, trams etc.

Thank you

Progressive and Artistic Railway Photography Guidelines

We welcome pictures which seek to explore the almost limitless possibilities of digital picture taking and processing and encourage experimentation in both areas. Your word are as important as your pictures and it's surprising what you (and others) can learn when you describe what it is that you like (or dislike) about a particular picture.

The straightforward record shot is important but has a place in our associated 'Rail 3/4 Views' Group. Progressive and Artistic Railway Photography Guidelines

We welcome pictures which seek to explore the almost limitless possibilities of digital picture taking and processing and encourage experimentation in both areas. Your word are as important as your pictures and it's surprising what you (and others) can learn when you describe what it is that you like (or dislike) about a particular picture.

The straightforward record shot is important but has a place in our associated 'Rail 3/4 Views' Group. www.flickr.com/groups/railphoto/

Additional Info

  • Members can post 1 thing to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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