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This looks really cool!

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The Photoshoppers & Lightroomers Circle –– Revised Version –– Announcement

#CircleSharingForThePeoplePSLRA

Next Monday it will be time to reshare the validated and revised version of the Photoshoppers & Lightroomers Circle (PLC). Lots of great talent in that one.

If YOU want to hop on the PLC train, do the following (YES, you can use other editing software as well):

1. Help spread the word and reshare this announcement post. Why? If you think you should be promoted, you should be willing to do the same for your fellow photographers. Simple as that.

2. Ask for inclusion in the comments. I will check every feed.

3. Make sure that you share your own original edited photography in your feed. If there are too many reshares of other peoples' work, irrelevant YouTube clips, animated GIFS, blog post teasers etc., I might not add you to the circle. The PLC is a validated quality circle that should bring people great imagery to their feeds. If you never edit your pictures, don't ask for inclusion.

NOTE! If you see that I have plussed your comment, then you know that I have added you to the next revision of the PLC. I didn't PLUS your comment? Make sure that you have reshared this announcement post and let me know that you did so.

This announcement post is hash-tagged with #CircleSharingForThePeoplePS LRA so that you may mute the reshares this post will generate. That way you will avoid seeing multiple copies of this post in your feed and your adrenaline level will stay normal. I will add a new hash-tag for every announcement and circle post in the future. That way you won't miss out on any of the action but still can mute all the duplicate reshares.

Here is an excellent add-on that will help you to mute the reshares: http://code.google.com/p/nonplus/

Cheers!?


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