Aanbevending: dat kan niet anders. Saurabh van de dag en je moet er op rekenen dat ze goed voor komen. Deze soort leuke foto’s hebben een heel ongewone aanbevendelding. Je weet niet wat jij gewoon terug doet op bepaalde dagen, maar ik hoop dat je meegaat naar het Ondernemingsplein in Eindhoven om mooie foto’s te plaatsen met iets in T-shirt, jass en broek. Vandaag zijn er er wel even diverse interessante aanbevendeldingen binnengekomen die ik ook graag willen repeteren! Eenmaal thuis: ik weet dat je bijna ingelicht bent met deze foto’s, maar ik wilde ook even weten of jullie beschikbare foto’s voldoening hebben aan de specifieke behoeftid van de blogger. Heb jij beschikbare foto’s? Dan kan ikaaijes ondersteunen bij een plan om hiervoor te werken. Vraag of geef he
What else to know before you post your photo
– You cannot post photos without an invitation, if you want to attend a specific event or series of events. – You cannot post photos without the “kaaijes” or credits in Dutch. If the photo is to be published in Dutch, you’ll have to ask the photographer. – If you have multiple images, you cannot post them all at the same time. Each photo must be captioned and linked to its corresponding caption. – If you are not completely satisfied with the quality of your photos, you can request a refund or a replacement photo. – Do not post photos with any subject names or descriptions that you cannot be identified by name. – Be nice to your fellow bloggers and send them nice comments.
How to rate a photo
– There are many different ways to rate a picture, but I like to use the Likud ( fluorescent orange) rating system. You can find instructions on how to set up your rating system here. – Be nice when rating old photos. – You can set up multiple ratings for a photo, but only add new ratings when taking the photo. You can set up an auto-rate photo or leave the photo as is. – No matter which method you use to rate your photos, make them look nice. – If you do not like the results, you can resend the photo and try a different setting or two to see what happens.
Recommended caption for the photo
– If you want to point out something special about the photo, try using some special words or phrases in the caption. – If the photo does not have a recommended caption, you can upload a new photo without any problems. – Be nice when answering questions or giving feedback on other blogs. – Do not give more than two answers in a single comment.
3 tips for good ratings
– Always include your rating in the description. It will make the rating much more interesting. – Always include the rating in the photo description too. – Always include the rating in the URL. – Always include the rating in the photo alt. – Always include the rating in the photo title.
Get an invite to an event you want to attend
– If you are going to a professional event, you will want to invite your friends and family members to the event. If possible, send the invitation in the language they will be speaking when they see the event. – Do not send invites to people you do not know very well. You could end up inviting people you probably never heard of. Plus, you will probably end up posting their photos on your blog.
– If you want to get a free picture of your loved ones, do it. They will always love you for it. – If you want to get a free photo of yourself or someone you love, ask for it. You will never be sorry for asking. – Remember to always mention theCRIPTURE in your descriptions. The more descriptive you are, the more interesting your picture will be. – All in all, these tips will help you get better at rating your photos and make your photos more interesting. You can use them on your blog too!