We have often seen people debating the subject that whether Photography is art or science. What we believe is that it is a mix of both, Choosing a subject, changing the color tints, editing and all is considered as an art. Whereas, the way an image is captured is all science. Well, we leave that up to you to decide it as an art or science.
Foursquare is a mobile website designed for smartphone users to find nearby places that are discovered or reviewed by other Foursquare users. There are approximately 3.3 million registered users around the world. Recently Foursquare added a new feature where users can add photo of the place they visit. You can now save or backup these photos to other online accounts or your computer.
Foursquare photos are seen and shared by millions around the world. And if you are a regular Foursquare user, then you might consider reading the following points that can help you become the best Foursquare photographer.
1. Keep in mind that people love to see nice and clear photos, So, make sure the photos you take are clear enough to get a glimpse of the location you visited.
2. People love looking at original stuff and not copied one. So upload your original photos and not the one taken by someone else.
3. The photos that you take or share on Foursquare should be safe for everyone to view. Specifically if your photos are public, then you must take care of what you share. So, stay away from photos that contain any kind of nudity, hatred or obscene stuff.
4. Respect privacy. Make sure you don't share any photo that contains any personal information like, telephone number, email ID, credit card information. Even if you want to upload an individual's photo, a prior consent must be taken from the person before uploading his/her photo.
Remember, you are one of the 3.3 million Foursquare user, so you are an important part of a big community. Explore new places, take photos, share with others and have fun.
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