Carl Finch on fri 30 mar 07
At 11:06 AM 3/30/2007, Kathy McDonald wrote:
>I wish that we could use the net to post pictures
>of our mugs and handles so that we could all provide
>feedback to one another on both process and product.
>A person does not need to even identify themselves
>but there are places where pictures can be posted and
>comments about each picture can be registered,
>If people are interested in this type of process I can look
>a free posing site and will volunteer to get the pictures
Good idea--and it's been done! It was set up by
Holly Kilpatrick a year or two ago.
Here are her instructions from last September:
==========Clayart, Tue, 12 Sep 2006==========
Instructions for posting photos to Flickr Clayart site:
If you want to share a photo that would illustrate a discussion we are
having, or if you are trying to describe a glaze problem or display the
results of a glaze test, or show something in your studio, or whatever --
you don't have to disrupt your website, you don't have to sign up for a
photo account, all you have to do is:
Email your photo as an attachment to
French + 24 + ever at photos.flickr.com
(remove the spaces and remove the + signs and replace ' at ' with the at
In the Email Subject, type the Title of your photo. Make it specific.
In the Body of the Email, type the Description of your photo, including your
name and location. You can also put a link to your website in your
description if you want.
If you send an email to Clayart referencing a photo you have sent to
FlickR.com, you can provide the following link in your Clayart email, for
readers to see the photo you mention.
If you want to view a particular Clayarter's photos, click on "Browse with
Clayart's tags" in the left-hand column, and you will see everyone's names.
You can print out this email for future reference. You are welcome to
contact me with comments/questions.
in Medford, Oregon