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Submission Guidelines

Journal Entry: Tue Apr 19, 2011, 1:32 AM


What is STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

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The Yard Collective features 4 main Galleries


1. The Street Photography Gallery (where everyone is welcome to submit their photos)
2. The Featured Gallery (where once per month, administrators of the group will select 5-10 images that will be showcased in the Featured Gallery and will be featured in a special Yard feature)
3. The Crew's Collection Gallery (where the admins of the group, suggest images from dA's street photographers)
4. The Street Basics Gallery (where you can find info, tips and tutorials about street photography in general)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES


(a) Images submitted to the group's Street Photography Gallery are accepted after the administrators vote on them.

(b) Everyone can submit up to 2 images per week, except from the crew of the group who can submit up to 1 image only.
   
(c) You may ask for a critique if your image is not accepted on the group and if time permits, you will get one.

(d) All images should be submitted to the "Street Photography" gallery.

(e) Only admins can submit street photos that caught their attention to the "The Crew's collection" gallery.

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DurgaTruex Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
One question, due to the predominance of b+w in your group, are you not in favor of color images?
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myraincheck Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2013
no, it is just that a lot of street photographers convert their images in b/w :D
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Ikarisou Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2013
street photography has a tradition of black and white, but there are lots of street photographers who shoot predominantly in colour - we don't favour any of them. some pictures work better in b/w, some in colour...
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Turin231 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Lately there were more declines than usual because of the standard changing but all those declines are done without any comment...I would be nice to have at least a brief comment on why that is. How are the submissions going to improve if people don't know why they are declined. And i know if it is requested it is done but this I think should be the default, unless some one says he does not need a comment on the decline...
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cheekymonkeyali Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011
Managing a club is already a significant effort on behalf of those volunteers involved. Much as I take your point, as you say anybody can request an explanation if desired. A brief comment is not always possible as accept/decline is the result of the votes of 5 people, who often disagree.
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myavatar Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
This may seem contradictory, but my personal opinion of the digi classic guidelines is that it is too much of a personal opinion.
Saying how you prefer black and white, and for people to get closer, if this group is about street photography it should accept all street photography not one narrow branch of it.
I think the most important part is the quality of the photo which.
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StamatisGR Featured By Owner May 2, 2011   Photographer
(h) We know that the street genre is a very misunderstood one, a very broad one almost with no limits and is highly subject to each one's personal tastes.
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k-tones Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Reads like an improvement to the guidelines before. I hope colour(ed) streets are still going to be accepted from me every now and then ;) ...
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JACAC Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011
l e t . s e e . w h a t . h a p p e n s ...
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EarthHart Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Clear & precise :nod:
M'Lord Tam knows what's what :#1:
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