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I was reading comments on my photos posted at 500px.com (for example, at http://500px.com/photo/21988337 and http://500px.com/photo/21997241).

Read a few comments that say V+F or V&F, what are they? what is their meaning?

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I think this should stay open. 500px is a photography site and the question is related to using it. That's not really off topic here, IMO, since a lot of us use sites like this. –  John Cavan Jan 2 '13 at 4:21
    
Great photos. If you made them a little larger, they'd make great screen wallpaper too (meant as a compliment). –  Joe Oct 8 '13 at 23:00

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up vote 14 down vote accepted

Voted and Favourited.

From reading the 3rd comment. This is a 500px notation/abbreviation, not a photography term.

Nice pics, BTW.

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Thanks BBKing... :) –  Pawan Jan 2 '13 at 2:45
    
It's a photography term in as much as 500px is a dedicated photography site and the users are using the term in respect to the photos they see. –  John Cavan Jan 2 '13 at 4:19
    
@JohnCavan Do you want me to change my answer? Edit it if you like... The only thing that comes to mind in actual photography would be view finder. None the less I still stated that it is shorthand for the 500px site and wasn't voting it down. I was just saying that it's not a photography term. –  BBking Jan 2 '13 at 4:28

V+F or V/F or V&F is just "Voted Favorited" which means, of course, that your picture was voted and favorited by the user :)

Cheers"

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