I like that
But, not all of us feel it is broken and there is the maxim, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".
Yesterday I had to wade through 200 crap images posted by the same person before reaching something worth a comment. Its the same every day. TIME FOR A CHANGE.
correction: 5 a day is enough...
This is a ''Network for Photographers'' not a dumping ground for rubbish, if people want a place to store thier rubbish go buy an external hard drive or find another site.
5 good images is enough.
My sentiments, too! Reminds me of a camera club I belonged to as a teenager back in the late 50's. In those times, Kodachrome only came in 36 exposures (there was no print colour film available). We always finished our meetings with a slide show. Many members never gave any thought to "culling" their slides to show only the "best" of their photographic efforts. I vowed and declared to myself at the time, that should I ever get a 35mm camera (I had and still have a Rolleicord Va), I would never subject anyone to the boredom of sitting through 36 slides! Now in this digital age, I see the same thing happening on Flickr and Facebook. It's sad, I know, but some people seem to think the whole world is going to browse through ALL the uploads they make. Take note people: they DON'T! Let's see one or two that are regarded as the best of a bunch. Keep the others for only personal viewing - PLEASE!