• About quality:
    It’s incredible how great photos we find in Flickr. I just *love* the way you can find so many good photographers and their photos in Flickr. Of course there is a lot of junk, but it’s so easy to “filter” it.

    About social:
    You’re right, when I have a lot of views in the photo but just a few people commented I feel like “what did I do wrong?”. But I am the kind of person who doesn’t comment every photo that sees. Just when there is something really relevant to say.
    And groups are the better way to network and meet friends ever! =)

    About the site:
    I learn so much digging into good photos EXIFs… =) and when people block the EXIF info I think: “come on!!!!”. The organization and everything else are just a way to show how great is the site

    About price:
    It’s so cheap! It’s the best idea to get a pro account! I paid something like R$ 50,00, what’s not too much.

    About everything else:
    I love flickr as well! =)

    July 26, 2008
  • I remembered 1 more thing: flickr let us hotlink it’s images! That’s good! :)

    And the slideshow option is really great too. I use it even in my portfolio. =)

    July 26, 2008
  • if you want to make some constructive criticisms about the flickr video system, consider reading my rant

    July 26, 2008
  • well, about improvements (if it is one) i combined flickr rss with some coverflow style

    July 28, 2008
  • I totally agree with looking through contacts and respected photographers favorites list. I have discovered amazing images that way. I also think looking at someone’s favorites really tell you about that person’s photographic style and interests.

    July 28, 2008
  • You are a good photographer! very artistic! well done!

    July 30, 2008
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    August 01, 2008
  • Marion Brizendine

    I am assuming that you go from thousands of photos to 100’s with some sort of batch processing.
    What does this process contain.
    I have car show bp’s, etc.
    I am interested in the processes that you consider absolute.

    You are very informative always.
    Thank you

    January 07, 2009

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