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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickMarq View Post
    Alan, that’s the only reason I also use Flickr.
    It's sort of like my own website. By the way, Patrick, where is the link to your Flickr page. I keep mine below in the signature section for easy reference.

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Years ago I found horrible porn on Flickr

    I just don't go to it

    I pay for Pro long time and block all my harmless pics, just because

    But Flickr is having burping problems and fixing what is not broke
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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Klein View Post
    It's sort of like my own website. By the way, Patrick, where is the link to your Flickr page. I keep mine below in the signature section for easy reference.
    Alan, donít expect a of it :-). Perhaps a good idea to add it also to my signature. But after 40 year Iím still a bit unsure about my images.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/patrickmarq/
    https://www.marquetecken.be

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Years ago I found horrible porn on Flickr

    I just don't go to it

    I pay for Pro long time and block all my harmless pics, just because

    But Flickr is having burping problems and fixing what is not broke
    There used to be more conversation on Flickr on the sites I was a member of. That's fallen off a lot which is too bad.

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickMarq View Post
    Alan, don’t expect a of it :-). Perhaps a good idea to add it also to my signature. But after 40 year I’m still a bit unsure about my images.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/patrickmarq/
    https://www.marquetecken.be
    Your pictures are great Patrick. Never be afraid to show them.

    I am selective as to which I put on FLickr. Most don;t make the grade. I won't put on duds from the ones I shot but what I think are the better ones. Also, I separate mine into groups (albums) of some sort or another. I also tag my shots such as Velvia50, RB67, 35mm, 6x7,4x5, BW, Tmax100, etc. That way, if I'm having a discussion here about lets say Velvia 50 film, I can copy the link of my pictures on FLickr that are tagged Velvia50. Then paste the link here in my post for reference so readers can go there to see my Velvia 50 pictures and what I'm talking about.

    Oh I just noticed you second link. That's what I do on FLickr. Thats a better site. Do you need FLickr? The second seems laid out much better with better shots.

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Thank you Alan

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    I have 10,000 + images on flicker and I shoot a lot things just to see it better

    not art

    Visual aid

    My new MAC has the serial # printed so faint on the bottom of the pedestal I had to put it face down on a bed to shoot a pic of it and enhance that!
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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I have 10,000 + images on flicker and I shoot a lot things just to see it better

    not art

    Visual aid

    My new MAC has the serial # printed so faint on the bottom of the pedestal I had to put it face down on a bed to shoot a pic of it and enhance that!
    Your serial number is also in the settings menu.

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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Not if I am locked out, as I am right now

    I have iPhone SE2, iPad 5 and 6 all 4 are on the same trick

    but not now

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Salomon View Post
    Your serial number is also in the settings menu.
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    Re: "Flickr has been a home for all photographers, no matter their subject." direct q

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I have 10,000 + images on flicker and I shoot a lot things just to see it better

    not art

    Visual aid

    My new MAC has the serial # printed so faint on the bottom of the pedestal I had to put it face down on a bed to shoot a pic of it and enhance that!
    I work at a shop fixing electronics.. We're photographing things with our camera phone all the time to read serial numbers. Lawyer fine print got nothing on technology hardware fine print. Power supplies for routers, laptops, etc.. are getting important things like voltages printed in microscopic font perhaps with a laser in low contrast color choices like gray on black. We also keep a desktop digital microscope handy for inspecting damage and sometimes reading things like chip identification.

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