Saturday, 11 August 2018

My Top 5 Clickasnap Pictures.

I use Clickasnap because unlike most online photo display sites it pays you a small contributor's fee for displaying you pictures there ( currently $0.0015 per 5 second view). The downside to it is the limited exposure as within a few days the amount of views you picture receives reduces significantly. I do consider whether to upload all my pictures to Clickasnap at the same time as Flickr but I currently only upload an exclusive few from each set.

This is my current top 5 pictures by views alone and all my pictures can be bought as a download on Clickasnap for either free, 50p or £1.00. A4 sized prints are also available.

I took this at Wainhouse Terrace, a listed former housing development at King Cross near Halifax. It was taken using a Nikon d3300 SLR on the 3rd October 2017.

Views - 82.
Faves - 3.


I took this in September 2016 using a Nikon d3300 SLR. The picture shows Blake Dean at the top of Hardcastle Crags, the stone pillar remains at the bottom of the picture are the remains of a railway bridge that formed part of the construction works for the nearby dams being built.

Views - 96.
Faves - 5.

Brockholes Railway Station. The buildings in shot are now a private residence with only the platform I am stood on still in use. I took this on May 21st 2016 using a Nikon d3300 SLR.

Views - 96.
Faves - 20.

This phone box, now no longer in use stands near the centre of the village of Norland, West Yorkshire. This picture was taken on April 8th 2017 using a Nikon d3300 SLR.

Views - 100.
Faves - 12.

This wood carving used to stand alongside the Rochdale Canal between Sowerby Bridge and Luddenden Foot. It showed Branwell Bronte, brother of the famous sisters who had links to both town via the railways. The carving has sadly been vandalised and now is nothing more than a stump sticking out of the ground. I took this in 2013 using a Galaxy Tablet.

Views  - 119.
Faves - 1.

That completes my current top 5 viewed pictures on Clickasnap, as you can see the numbers are no where near what can be achieved on Flickr, but I see it as another avenue to get my pictures seen and recognised.

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