No, pictures of woman even sexy ones have nothing to do with writing.
Why asks such a silly question.
How can a picture be construed as creative writing? No, of course not. Kind of a silly question actually.
None of us have th right to judge someones creative side. But, no writing it is not. Thanks for asking I have been wondering also.....
Pictures are not writing. But they certainly can be creative.
Of course not but it is a draw to a hub for sure I would say and what I always say? Men!
Sexy pictures of a Woman are not considered Creative writing, it is Creative photography. Some of them are meant only for a porno site while others are of good taste it just depends on what they are shooting and what a woman is wearing.
Pictures, and their captions, are not creative writing. There is nothing creative about a simple sentence such as "Here I am keeping in shape on the pole in my bedroom.".
I would say that creative writing follows the written word. I'd agree captions, though they can be witty, wouldn't necessarily qualify.
No! By definition, it is photography/design. Now, captions are another matter!
I'm guessing if you are pulling numbers in anything goes?...Is your underlying content creative writing?...Only for the reader, judge and jury to decide...
picture n writing. it really depend on how u want to define it. From the words, it is clear both r different stuffs. But internet is a free world. U define any thing u want, whether people agree with u is another matter.
by jiberish 3 years ago
Ok, maybe it's just me, but how articulate do you have to be to post pictures of half naked woman into a Hub, and call it creative writing?
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by Verlie Burroughs 3 years ago
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