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Old 25-10-18, 08:19 PM
JM1 JM1 is offline
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Question New Guy Qs in Wrong Subforum

Sorry to ask this here, I know it's in the wrong sub but I can't find one where it does fit, if someone could point me to the right place I'd appreciate it.

My questions are:

1) Does the Member Reviews Guidelines sticky third paragraph (re pictures) mean reviews can have or must have pictures?

2) If pictures of hardware must be included, am I correct that pictures of hardware must be taken by the user themselves?

3) If the answers to 1 and 2 are both yes, would one image be enough?

Thanks and apologies once again.

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Old 25-10-18, 08:38 PM
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It states clearly you the member reviewer need to take the pictures. So yes take one.

As for how many, well a review with one picture really isn't all that interesting if you think about it. It shows lack of depth into the review and that it may have been rushed. So while yes one picture could do both it's not really enough.

To post pictures OC3D staff tends to prefer you use a hosting service like imgur

Here is Wraith's review posted in the section. It is pretty good from a member review standpoint with the tools we have available to us. NZXT CAM 3.1 Review
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Old 25-10-18, 08:45 PM
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It states clearly you the member reviewer need to take the pictures. So yes take one.

As for how many, well a review with one picture really isn't all that interesting if you think about it. It shows lack of depth into the review and that it may have been rushed. So while yes one picture could do both it's not really enough.

To post pictures OC3D staff tends to prefer you use a hosting service like imgur
Thanks for clarifying, the wording could have been construed as either pictures you have taken of the product or the product you have taken must be pictured, so thanks for clearing that up as well as the other questions
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