Flickr, 500px, Smugmug etc - What's your number 1 most viewed image

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  1. CherylL

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    Congrats on Explore! 44k views is insane :) but a good insane. The photo must have a high rank. You can check your rank at scout labs.


     
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    Thanks Cheryl that’s a cool resource to have. It says my photo is ranked 41. It shows that previous photos of mine in explore were ranked high 200’s so that explains the huge difference in number of views.
     
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    My most viewed has 4139 views and 44 favs
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    very nice... kinda dreamy
     
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    Novelty/ uniqueness plays a part in the high hit count of the abstract color block shot, I would guess.
     
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    I approve of this message and image!!!
     
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    Mine... 16k+ views
    Shot a long time ago. Wasn't even a great shot, photography wise, but I think the subject matter helped it along.

    46330561064_b571f303dd_o.jpg
     
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  8. Derrel

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    Subject matter is about 80% of clickability. IMO.
     
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    Thank you!

    Thank you! The one oh five...
     
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    Thank you! The one oh five...[/QUOTE]

    I should never have sold that! It’s the only thing I miss about Nikon.
     
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    I think this pose is unorthodox, unusual and nicely done. It would make me stop and look. The smile is inviting so this has all the makings of a sleeper shot. Nice shot.
    Since this seems ok, I’ll post a couple!!!
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