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Share your portrait photography tips and questions here!

Postby Gordon Laing » Sun Jan 14, 2007 11:04 pm

Welcome to our Portrait Photography forum!

This is the place to share your portrait photography tips or ask any questions about portrait photography!

To post a photo in this forum, simply make a copy, resize it to max. 1024 pixels wide, save it as a JPEG, then upload it to your own webspace.

Then take the URL (web address) for the photo including http:// and in your post on this forum, type [img]immediately%20before%20the%20URL%20and[/img] immediately afterwards. Don't use any spaces. You can then preview the posting before submitting it to make sure it's worked.

Any inappropriate images will be deleted.

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Postby hisaycheese » Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:03 pm

Hi Gordon,
I had read online a list of general tips for portrait photography that i found very helpful.
Here is the link. ... iture.html
there are other versions by the same author too.

Postby Thomas » Fri Aug 10, 2007 5:31 pm

You're very welcome to show/link your photos here.
When you do, please follow these hints/tips:
1. Place your photos somewhere (like flickr, or your own website). You cannot store pictures at the Camera labs website!
2. If you just want to link to your pics, that's easy! Use the following scheme:
or more simple [url=link2pic][u]text[/u][/url]
3. If you want your photo to be displayed in your post with a link to the original, replace the descriptive text by the address for your thumbnail like this:
or more simple [url=link2web][img]link2thumbnail[/img][/url]

Please keep your thumbnails reasonable (max. 1024 pix on each side). Lager thumbnails will be deleted without further warning!
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Postby kutay » Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:48 pm

I oppened a topic that obeys all the rules but it keeps being deleted, I dont understand why!
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Postby Bob Andersson » Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:54 pm

If you think that photographs depicting murder with a meat cleaver obeys all the rules ("Cameralabs is a family-friendly website") then I strongly suggest you go and play elsewhere. Complain to Gordon if you like. :evil:

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Postby kutay » Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:58 pm

Do you really think those photos are that agressive, I mean it is obvius that it is tomato paste and i thought chucky theme wouldn't scare the people here :D Whatever at least now i know the reason. Sorry if I scare people :twisted:
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