HDR Spotting Invitation Codes


As usual I publish my allocation of codes on a first come first served basis. Each code can only be used once so use it wisely. I don’t go in for all that visit my page and vote for me crap etc and I’m definitely not on Facebook where they are touted like special tokens for visiting sites.  Quite simple really…I’ll let people know they are here, it’s up to them to decide whether or not to visit my blog, but there’s no catch.

Use them wisely and please let me know that you have grabbed a code so that I can put a message up closing this post

842-892317

842-754739

 

10:16 17 Feb 2012

Well it looks like one of the codes has been used so I’ll strike it out. I publish the codes as soon as I get them and unlike others I don’t put you through hoops to get the code. You know like visit my blog, read three articles, comment on 6 pictures etc. I don’t do that. They’re here in full view and if you Google HDR Spotting Codes my site will come up.

So it really pisses me off when someone grabs a code and doesn’t at least let me know that they have, so I can update the thread for others, if they come searching.

12:50 19 Feb 2012

Sorry they’ve both been used now but this is the last time I will give them away like this. Neither of the people who claimed the codes had the decency to let me know they had. I’m not asking for thanks or anything else like that. Just a simple “I’ve used code 842-892317 etc. It’s not that hard to do. So in future I will advertise that there are codes available and anyone who wants one can contact me. That way I can update the thread in good time

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6 comments

  1. Hi Mike!!! You have some fabulous HDR’s here!!! I do have a question though…. what are these codes?? I tried to see if I can figure it out from previous posts, but probably missed it? 🙂

    Regards & keep up the great HDR’s!!! 😀 **

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    • Hello Xandre – HDR Spotting is a website totally devoted to displaying HDR Images. But to be able to display your own images you need an invite code. In the past there was great demand for them, especially on Facebook and other social networking sites but now I’m not so sure if that demand is still as great.

      Anyway the code allows you to register with HDR Spotting, it can only be used once, hence my point about first come, first served. Once you are registered you can post HDR images to the site http://www.hdrspotting.com/LatestHDRPhotos

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      • Thank you for sending me two codes. I’m not sure what they’re used for. Could you explain, please? I’m new to this code business . . . and blogging. Thanks.

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        • Hello Chris

          I’d forgotten that even asides are sent out as email notifications. The codes in question are invite codes to HDR Spotting. HDR Spotting is a website totally devoted to displaying HDR Images only. They will not accept anything else. But to be able to display your own images you need an invite code. In the past there was great demand for them, especially on Facebook and other social networking sites but now I’m not so sure if that demand is still as great.

          Anyway the code allows you to register with HDR Spotting, it can only be used once, hence my point about first come, first served. Once you are registered you can post HDR images to the site http://www.hdrspotting.com/. If yo don’t need any of the codes just ignore the message

          Mike

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