Why We Created FunPicks

FunPicks was created by a small team of avid photographers and programmers, who see the benefits of creating an educational yet fun web site for anyone interested in photography.

We believe very simply,
  • Playing FunPicks helps you think about what makes one photo better than another, and this will naturally make you a better judge of photos.

  • Once you’re better at judging photos, we believe that will lead to your taking better photos.

  • Rating community photos will allow you to exercise your judgement and reinforce your confidence.

  • Uploading your photos can give you different perspectives on how your photos are viewed by others

  • Our hope is, by repeating the Play, Rate, and Upload cycle, you will have fun and see improvements in your photo-shooting results.

  • Cheers, and go shoot lots and lots of photos. Allow your style to naturally emerge and develop.

"I am not interested to take photos with new things – I am interested to see things new." - Ernst Haas. 1954

"My great best shot will be created the next day." - Imogen Cunningham. 1925

"A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words". At FunPicks, we used this motto to create a fun and simple way to help novice photographers learn picture composition. Playing the game helps you judge picture quality by comparing two pictures from the same scene. Press on the better photo and win points. Read tips on why one photo is better than the other.

This game was created with the hope of helping beginner photographers around the world learn basic picture composition, and we believe this is especially useful in places where photographic education is less common. If you enjoy the site, please help us spread the word by sharing on Instagram, Facebook and other social media sites.

FunPicks is a work in progress, and we’re continually adding photos and features to this site. We’re constantly seeking contributions from generous photographers, worldwide, with a tip and a pair of photos to share. Please email us at funpicksgames@gmail.com if you’d like to join this movement and share your experience. There will be a special page dedicated to all the contributing photographers.

Disclaimer: Photography is a subjective art form; hence all materials within this application are strictly the personal opinions of the photographers and authors of the tips. If you find yourself in disagreement with the selection results and composition tips, please know the application is merely presenting one viewpoint.

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