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Just wondering if anyone in this group uses photosig.com. If so, do you still like it comapred to the "old" photosig? It seems since they've changed their software it's not as much fun anymore. It's hard to get critiques because fewer people are writing. I admit, I write fewer too, because now they've been "censoring" them-- when you give too many good reviews, they have away points. What's with that? Anyway, it's frustrating to me. I was wondering if anyone had any opinions on this. Also, can anyone recommend a better photo review site where I am more likely to ...

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    Just wondering if anyone in this group uses photosig.com. If so, do you
    still like it comapred to the "old" photosig?

    It seems since they've changed their software it's not as much fun anymore.
    It's hard to get critiques because fewer people are writing. I admit, I
    write fewer too, because now they've been "censoring" them-- when you give
    too many good reviews, they have away points. What's with that?

    Anyway, it's frustrating to me. I was wondering if anyone had any opinions
    on this. Also, can anyone recommend a better photo review site where I am
    more likely to receive quality critiques?

    Thanks.

    - Tim

    [url]http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=957349[/url] <--- my latest photo, no
    reviews. Surprise, surprise.


    Tim Guest

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    I viewed that site last night.


    "Mike" <gla_dd> wrote in message
    news:vgqhv21hmcske0corp.supernews.com...
    > Is the PhotoSig site working? Been inaccessible here for several days.
    >
    > Mike
    >
    >

    Alton Guest

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    I hope not.


    Bryce Guest

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    L.S.

    I already posted this in a dutch newsgroup, gave a nice discussion.
    [url]http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=1008069[/url]
    Wondering if there are any more reactions here...

    Thijs



    Thijs Verbeek Guest

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    On Tue, 2 Sep 2003 07:21:12 +0200, "Thijs Verbeek"
    <thijs.verbeektiscali.nl> wrote:
    >L.S.
    >
    >I already posted this in a dutch newsgroup, gave a nice discussion.
    >[url]http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=1008069[/url]
    >Wondering if there are any more reactions here...
    >
    >Thijs
    Nice picture. Nice enough that I saved it with all the other photos
    that I've liked from Photosig, Usefilm and other photo critique sites.
    I like to review them over and over at later dates to get ideas and
    learn new techniques.

    And I'm glad to see something on Photosig besides ography. It's
    gotten to the point where you can't hardly view a page full of new
    uploads without something ographic on there. I'm not talking
    about the more tasteful s, I'm talking about the shots that look
    like they came out of Hustler.
    Slingblade Guest

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    Thanks,

    There seems to be a audience for it, I had too wrestle myself trough at
    least 3 or 4 pages
    of "nudity" to find something else when I selected "most viewed photo's
    first".

    Thijs

    Slingblade <bladeREMOVEslingerearthREMOVElink.net> schreef in berichtnieuws
    [email]g4q8lv8tllf4irg1qrme2g06n6qqrv0nj04ax.com[/email]...
    > On Tue, 2 Sep 2003 07:21:12 +0200, "Thijs Verbeek"
    > <thijs.verbeektiscali.nl> wrote:
    >
    > >L.S.
    > >
    > >I already posted this in a dutch newsgroup, gave a nice discussion.
    > >[url]http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=1008069[/url]
    > >Wondering if there are any more reactions here...
    > >
    > >Thijs
    >
    > Nice picture. Nice enough that I saved it with all the other photos
    > that I've liked from Photosig, Usefilm and other photo critique sites.
    > I like to review them over and over at later dates to get ideas and
    > learn new techniques.
    >
    > And I'm glad to see something on Photosig besides ography. It's
    > gotten to the point where you can't hardly view a page full of new
    > uploads without something ographic on there. I'm not talking
    > about the more tasteful s, I'm talking about the shots that look
    > like they came out of Hustler.

    Thijs Verbeek Guest

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    L.S.

    Another try on photosig, again a holiday snapshot.

    Any (constructive) critique is welcome...

    Also if some can give me the englisch name for this type of butterfly.

    Thijs

    http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=1019309


    Thijs Guest

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