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The first four days are crucial for the life cycle of every photograph submitted to our gallery.
Click on the previous days in the calendar and read the description for that particular day there or check the timeline describing the whole life cycle.
Day 1 is the day when the photographer submitted the photograph to our photography gallery.
Registered users can nominate the photograph to be featured in our photography magazine during Day 1.
You can find all eligible photographs for nomination here.
All photographs are sorted by time during the first three days of their life cycle.
The photographs are sorted by feedback received since Day 4 of their life cycle.
Day 1: All photographs submitted on March 12
are at the Day 1 stage of their life cycle now.
The featured photographs for this day aren't ready yet; all photographs are sorted by time.
Only photographers invited by our editor may submit photographs here.
Those chosen photographers can't publish more than one photograph a day, so they publish photographs they consider as their best ones.
Our editor chooses the best of those great photographs for the posts in our online photography magazine.
Submit your best photographs, the ones you are really proud of.
Use 1150 pixel-wide shots. Those have a chance of being featured in our photography magazine.
The new photograph chosen from the shots uploaded to our photography gallery is featured on our homepage every day.
The featured photographs are chosen by our editor.
Every member of our community can recommend the shots he/she likes. The number of nominations for a particular photograph is one of the most important criteria for our editor. Learn more »
Submit your best photographs to our gallery and you have the chance to be featured in one of the Editor's Choice posts.
The photographs in these TOPs are chosen from the shots published on Google+.
This means that these shots are not chosen from PhotoExtract gallery and even users who are not registered on PhotoExtract may appear here. Learn more »