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    THANK YOU!

    Sometimes running AP can be a challenge, especially when dealing with spammers or hot-heads. But when I see members helping each other and making someone's photography day a bit better, then it is all worth it.

    Threads like THIS ONE are exactly what AP is about. It is so good to read a thread and see members going out of their way to assist another member. Makes it all worthwhile!

    THANK YOU TO EVERY AUSPHOTOGRAPHY MEMBER WHO FREELY GIVES ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE TO OTHER MEMBERS. YOU ARE THE REASON AUSPHOTOGRAPHY EXISTS.
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    I agree thanks to Arthur it created a starting point for a solution that I was a little nervous about trying but also my son in-law & all who offered help.

    Love this community.
    Last edited by ROA44; 14-02-2014 at 6:13pm.
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    Yep, I couldn't agree more. I have lost count on how many times I have been given some great advise by other members.

    Cheers
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    It helps A LOT when recipients of help offers thanks for help and also help others too.
    Thats why I like the "thanks for this useful post" option

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    Quote Originally Posted by davsv1 View Post
    It helps A LOT when recipients of help offers thanks for help and also help others too.
    Thats why I like the "thanks for this useful post" option
    Agree. If the mods and I notice someone who posts threads and never thanks those who give replies, we send them a PM recommending they do so. But sometimes we miss them, so if you know of someone, please feel free to send us a PM and we will look into it. After all a simple 'thank you' is not hard to type, or click the thanks button is even easier, as you say.

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    i was a late bloomer into the wonders of photography, and i must say with hand on heart, my experience within this forum has helped me like no other. forum members can be a secretive bunch but i have always had great advice within the members circle. and , i hope i have given some back. i always thank whoever has helped (and i must say it really p%$%$ me off when people dont ) and i like to get involved anyway i can, so keep up the sterling work im sure this community will grow from strength to strength
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