So first I just post a fished product picture like you find on any other recipe site and people complain I don't have step by step pictures. Then I post step by steps from Flickr.com and people complain that I obviously can't cook because I'm not posting my own pictures. So then I start taking pictures and spend days updating past recipes with pictures, and I get complaints about not being honest if ingredients and pictures, or instructions and pictures don't match. I feel trapped when making any meal by the quality, order and accuracy of the pictures I'm taking if I want to post the recipe.
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That makes a lot of sense. It almost makes you not want to publish because of some of the terrible comments you get saying the worst things about you. Thank you!!
I can say "Ditto" to brother bill....or quote another famous guy, named "Abe"....OR even Ricky Nelson and his song, "Garden Party." Can't please everyone, so ya have to please yourself! I swear by it. I LIVE by it & it works!
Thank you! I think I agree with you! I really appreciate the support. :)
Response below. :)
Thank you. :) I have been trying to keep it from affecting me, but it's hard. My husband has now told me that I should just thank them for the comment because they are adding to the comments on my article and leave it at that. lol
I just now did it.
I love it!! Thanks! The ability to taste all of these recipes from home, just from reading the recipes, would be amazing!!
When it comes to Flickr though they need to be photos from the creative commons. When a flickr photo loads it will say "additional info" and below that it will list what kind of license it has. https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learning-Center-l
Okay. Thanks! Hopefully I won't need any more Flickr photos. One of these days, I want to be relying strictly on my own photos. :)