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Please read these guidelines before submitting. I have edited them for length and clarity. This group features photographs of man-made things that are old (run down, original, or restored). Your submission should clearly be a photograph: black-and-white, sepia, color, textures, and HDR photos are fine. Please note that photos with heavy painter effects will be rejected from the group. If it looks more like a painting than a photograph, it will be rejected.
I do appreciate all the thank-yous in the Discussions tab and will acknowledge them in one way or another as time allows.
Standards I consider before adding images to the Old and Used group:
1. Must be and look like a photograph. Black-and-white, sepia, color, HDR, moderate processing.
2. Photo must feature a man-made object or objects that are clearly old, vintage, worn, used. 3. Photo must be well shot and processed
4. No reproductions of old posters or old photographs. Must be your own work, though you can show an old poster or photo as part of your larger composition.
5. No barns unless they feature a farm implement, an advertising sign, etc.
6. No landscapes unless an old man-made object is a clear focal point.
7. Your title and/or description will come into play also, so please be sure your image has a good description and clear descriptive title. Your title should reflect something old and used also.
The limit is 1 image per day per member. Please note: If I reject an image, it is because it doesn't meet the criteria above--and not a judgment about the quality of the photo itself or you as a photographer.
Thank you. I look forward to seeing your images.
~Original description written by Thomas Levine, founder of Old and Used. Revised by Jon Woodhams