Quoting Sam I Am
Have you treat this with Different Rules???
Sorry, I missed the early part of the discussion, and I didn't see what was deleted. But my question would be did the link you posted contribute to this discussion ? In the above quoted thread the photos in the website link are the topic of discussion. So you can see it would be fairly important to keep it there !
Also, while I have no proof of it, the poster in the above thread does not seem to be the photographer in the link or have anything related to the site (other than visual interest). So I can't see how that can be perceived as a self promotional posting, and violation of the forum rules.
The link posted was my travel photos to Myanmar (Burma); do you think this is relevant?
I don’t like the accusation of me trying to promote myself when I just wish to share like others who also posted link (whether is their or others)
Please also note that this forum doesn't have the feature for photo attachment (am I right?); so the only way is to attached the link of my photos to this place.
Anyway, it is fine that I don’t attach the link; members here just missed the privileges to view my Travel photos.
It was quite discouraging that I can be penalized as 1st time poster. Doesn’t Travellerspoint welcome new member??
It's up to every member to decide if they're discouraged or not. Now that you know the forum rules, feel free to join in the discussion.
I have let you know the content of the link I had posted, but what is your answer to its relevancy ?
[ Edit: Edited on 28-Apr-2009, at 19:34 by Stantsk ]
Sorry, just been travelling for a good few days, so no replies from me. I'd like to make this thread about the original topic again, so can any discussion about the terms of the forum can be moved to System talk? We like to keep the threads on topic as possible
Stansk, I'm sorry we got off on the wrong foot, but we are extra careful on first time posters if they post links. I could have gone even stricter and just deleted your post altogether, but I obviously felt you genuinely had something to contribute. Hope you do stick around; there are some excellent photographers here!
Quoting Pokhara 1
Do you think Nepal is the best place for travel photography? If not then which country would u prefer?
I think best pictures can make in tropical countries. The photos are fresh because there is almost no dust in the air.
Such an open question (good though!!), but despite all the pics I've done in so many countries, the best shots I have over the last few years (both on digital and roll film) were taken in Scotland.
"Do you think Nepal is the best place for travel photography? If not then which country would u prefer?" - Pokhara 1
You could try taking a series of 'travel' pictures in the place you're most familiar with - your own home town - and see what happens. It could be a real eye-opener.
...unless you live in Nepal.
[ Edit: Edited on 17-May-2009, at 19:48 by fabyomama ]
My friend is a photographer and he brought a lot of spectacular photos from Nepal. I a m planning to visit this country next year!
I've found that the best country to photograph is whichever country I happen to be in.
Echoing many of the other posters, I think every country presents amazing photographic opportunities.
That said, from my limited experience, Vietnam has been my favorite country to photograph people so far.
US is #1 for landscapes, including the national parks in the west (esp. in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona), the Eastern Sierras and Monterey County in California.
But my single favorite country I've photographed extensively is Croatia, with its stunning architecture, climate, coastline, islands and many other natural attractions (I sound like a travel agent).
[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]