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paula rúpolo ADMIN January 5, 2009
NOTES:
i'd like to ask to everyone posting on the group to take a break-from-the-group-adding-madness and write something here in this thread about the "imagery crisis" content of your photos. i'm also limiting to 2 photos/day so make sure it really fits the group proposal.
cheers
p.

Group Description

"IMAGERY is any series of words used to create a mental image, figure, or likeness of a person, place or thing. It is intended to make the reader feel more interested and more emotionally involved in the work by creating a mental image of the subject. It helps the reader imagine the sensations described as they are related through the language of the author." (source)

"A CRISIS (plural: crises) may occur on a personal or societal level. It may be a traumatic or stressful change in a person's life, or an unstable and dangerous social situation, in political, social, economic, military affairs, or a large-scale environmental event, especially one involving an impending abrupt change. More loosely, it is a term meaning 'a testing time' or 'emergency event'." (source)


everything mind creates & mind destroys.
creative crises are (the most) welcome.

YES, CRISES ARE PRODUCTIVE
so show it here.

anything that relates to the creative process and the creation of meaningful images are welcome. suggestions are welcome too. if anyone would like to moderate the group along with me, please contact me.

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when commenting, please use the code below:

<img src="https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3271/2359645212_872cfe2bef_t.jpg" />
<i>saw at <a href="https://www.flickr.com/groups/imagerycrisis"><b>imagery crisis</b></a> group.</i>

that will look like this:


saw at imagery crisis group.

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NOTES:
- please comment on at least 1 photo of the pool, constructive comments are always encouraged by us AND encouraging to others;
- please tag your photo with "imagerycrisis";
- add max. 2 photos per day.

Group Rules

"IMAGERY is any series of words used to create a mental image, figure, or likeness of a person, place or thing. It is intended to make the reader feel more interested and more emotionally involved in the work by creating a mental image of the subject. It helps the reader imagine the sensations described as they are related through the language of the author." (source)

"A CRISIS (plural: crises) may occur on a personal or societal level. It may be a traumatic or stressful change in a person's life, or an unstable and dangerous social situation, in political, social, economic, military affairs, or a large-scale environmental event, especially one involving an impending abrupt change. More loosely, it is a term meaning 'a testing time' or 'emergency event'." (source)


everything mind creates & mind destroys.
creative crises are (the most) welcome.

YES, CRISES ARE PRODUCTIVE
so show it here.

anything that relates to the creative process and the creation of meaningful images are welcome. suggestions are welcome too. if anyone would like to moderate the group along with me, please contact me.

NOTES:
- please comment on at least 1 photo of the pool, constructive comments are always encouraged by us AND encouraging to others;

- please tag your photo with "imagerycrisis" if you feel so;

- add 2 photos max. per day;

- think about what you're posting, get ride of the madness of group adding. there's a thread of reviews where you can talk about the picture u've posted.

- please invite friends over.

welcome you all!

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Members can post 2 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Art
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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