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Members' Corner - My Best Shot

Steve beating on a woodcock day., by Andrew (Harry) Harrington (13/11/2010)
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Couple on sofa, Handsworth, Birmingham. UK, by Andrew Jackson (12/11/2010)
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Missionary Bedroom, Shinyanga Province, Tanzania, by Lisa Kehoe (06/11/2010)
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Hairdresser in Macau, by Ivo Streng (02/11/2010)
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Sowo Waiting from the series ‘Near’, Bochum, Germany 2010, by Katrin Koenning (30/10/2010)
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Complexo Alemão Favela, Rio de Janeiro, by Sarah Pabst (30/10/2010)
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About this page

This part of Bite! magazine is open for submissions by every photographer, from anywhere in the world and irrespective if he or she is a professional photographer or a talented and passionate amateur.

We trust there's a huge talent pool out there.

How to submit?

1. Login here (login: mybestshot, password: memberscorner).

2. Hit New in the MyBestShot submenu on the top left hand side of the screen and upload your photograph and information.

Note: all fields are required.

Your photograph should not be more than 720px wide at 72dpi.

Please review your submission carefully before posting, you cannot edit your texts after we have published your submission.

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This members corner is open to ratings and comments. Please treat each other's efforts with the same respect you have for your own.


Why this page?

This page is a practise-what-you-preach project, based on my comments at a Duckrabbit discussion going on here.

Bite's philosophy has always been to try and reach out to audiences outside the pro-photography's inner circles. Allowing crowd contribution may be a way to connect to those audiences. Let's see if we can make some connections...

Happy posting!



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