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There was nothing hidden about my name, I registered on the site a long while ago, and usually see the photos via emails, but last night thougth I had not commented, so went though a bunch of recent emails and followed the link to the site from each photo separately… signing in by Disqus is easiest, particularly on a phone when typing isnt as easy. Fredphoesh is a name I use all over the web and there is no secret that my name is Mark Palmos. Why you choose to be so vile, vengeful and ugly is beyond me, perhaps something you need to look at. (perhaps you were criticised and are being defensive?)
As for my photography, I do think highly of it, easily on par with the best on this site, and more interesting than most of the others… but then we obviously think differently about that.
Calling boring, average photographs “boring and average” is a bit harsh and insensitive, but that’s about it… no trolling here, my objective was clearly not to be nasty, just to give a candid opinion. Is that not part of what the site called street-photographers.com is about, or is “being nice” a pre-requisite to being allowed to participate without being personally attacked by an anonymous trollhunter?
Sincerely, Mark Palmos.]]>
What is really amusing is the inverse correlation between how poor your aesthetic judgement is, and your utter confidence in it. After all, if you have such discerning taste and such strict high standards, how come your own photography is not just mediocre but terribly bad?
As for asking for introductions, that IS fresh. May I remind you that you never volunteered your real name, I just happened to uncover it?
Anyway, Mr. Palmos, I wasted enough time on you. Good luck with your pathetic, envious, petty life.]]>
After taking a look, it will be clear to all that Mr. Palmos is indeed a better photographer than most, and thus has justly earned the right to critique right and left. Thank you, Mr. Palmos, for your magnanimous efforts to educate the half-blind.]]>