I came upon this this kind of interesting list of rules of participation( i.e.guidelines) on a Facebook membership portrait group I have been thinking lately of the value of comment and critique and why it sounds so much like " critical." And why we shun critical when it is free. "Thank you everyone for joining this group. I hope everyone can learn something here. This group is about portrait lighting on location, so all the photos posted here has to done on location (could be an indoor or outdoor location). Here are some guide lines about posting: 1. Please include lighting details on your post. How many lights used, what modifiers and where you place them. Lighting diagram or BTS shots will be the best. If you don't know how to make a lighting diagram, here is a free tool and it's very easy to use:Creator / Home - Online Lighting Diagram Creator - Tools for photographers2. Photography is art and it could be very subjective. Please leave creative critics only when people are asking for it. 3.Nude shoots, We have nothing against beautiful nudes, but Facebook does. All posts must adhere to FB Terms of Service. I wonder if my sensitivities are less than the average on the artist scale. HEy did someone once take t greats like HCB and do a spoof on their work. ( remember that?) Of course I think lighting diagrams are of value. Equipment, same same.. And some things we see are truly " distracting." Meaning they distracted someone from thinking perhaps.( Poverty of words can ruin an artist's whole day) Ok, not to overstate something that vexed moderators from the dawn of rtime.... What do you think about a default of leave your critique at home when you enter here?