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matthewblakepowers ADMIN January 9, 2009
RULE: Submit One = Comment One. Limit 5 per day. Please tag your photos with "Urban Acid" or "urbanacid" as well.

If anyone is interested in becoming an ADMIN and helping to get this group to be a little more active, send me a message and let me know.

FINAL RULE: Take QUALITY photos. Process with Urban Acid. Post here.

Group Description

This group is for all of you acid lovers out there... Urban Acid;
It's a type of digital photo processing, done in Photoshop...
To learn more, check out the links below:

Download the action here:
(About 1/3rd of the way down the page...)

To learn HOW TO USE AN ACTION, check out the FAQ here:

So - let's play! Have fun! Post your photos, and Invite others to experiment!

ONE AND ONLY Rule: Like the Karma group, for every one photo you post, you should comment on one other member's photo. This won't be strictly enforced - we're all big enough to follow the rules... Plus, the word Karma is above = )

Also, I know a number of flickr members who are involved with the 365 Group - this could also be done in conjunction with 365!

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, POST THEM IN THE DISCUSSION THREAD, UNDER THE "QUESTIONS & HELP" TOPIC. Any group member is free to answer and and all questions! It's all about helpin' each other out and learning something new!

Group Rules

Upon joining this group, you agree to the following rule(s):

Leave ONE comment for every ONE photo you post.

You are required to vote on the NEW ICON for this group, found in the discussions thread (one vote per member).

All posted photos must have been processed using the urban acid action in photoshop.

Limit of 5 photos per day.

Have fun, explore and learn something new!

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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