However, the New! Improved! View All Sizes does not provide this handy html coding as it currently displays. Maybe this is upgrade bug not worked out, maybe this is Flickr limiting how their users may display their own work elsewhere than Flickr. Maybe it is browser specific, and Flickr simply doesn't like Google Chrome. I've only looked at the new layout using Chrome, so far.
However, we shall see what we may do, using the previous postings as an example to code the picture to be posted.
As of today, two days after the meeting, I still don't know how this one rated because the score sheets are not published to the NCFPC web site yet. I do have other news to report, but we're going to go right on to the test of the poll, providing you the viewer with the ability to 'judge' this photo... I hope. If it works, though, I may put the poll behind a cut as well during future Pic'o'Day posts. And, I expect this won't be a daily thing (the poll) as it took ... well, not hours but some time to generate the poll and the pic links and such.
Technical Quality: includes (but not limited to) lighting, focus, use of depth-of-field, exposure, color or tonal contrast, appropriate backgrounds, lack of distracting elements and presentation of image.
Impact: includes (but not limited to) A strong first impression, commands viewers attention, emotion, sensory stimulation, new imaginative approach, and subject matter made more interesting by photographer.
Composition: includes (but not limited to) the placement of the subject matter, dynamic symmetry, rhythm or repetition, definition and strength to the center of interest, balance, simplicity, framing, texture, and pattern.
The judge(s) will assign a numerical score from 1 to 9 in each of the three judging categories.