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Old Nov 17, 2007, 8:09 PM   #1
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This is a picture of a Vegetable Cellar, or more commonly known as a "Root Cellar", any comments would be great. Theres more to the picture but I had problems with the maxium size allowed.
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(Taken with a Casio EX-Z75)


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Old Nov 17, 2007, 11:50 PM   #2
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ummmm.....
i'm obviously going to have to make that smaller or something...
I'm not very good at downsizing images.... hahaha.
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Old Nov 18, 2007, 4:11 AM   #3
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I quite like suchimages with folkloric themes

A more conceivable size sth. like 800x600 (at the picture manager for example) and some sephia look at PS would work IMO : )
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Old Nov 18, 2007, 6:10 AM   #4
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bahadir wrote:
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I quite like suchimages with folkloric themes
Thanks for that, bahadir, I'd never have seen the intended subject otherwise.
Here's the whole frame as intended, which is a fine photo, as it stands,
as is your amendment.

I'd clone out the birds, myself, and crop it just as bahadir did.

Where is this? There's no clue as to your location.

(Hope you don't mind my PSP & editing help, Exilmo)
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Old Nov 18, 2007, 7:31 AM   #5
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I really like this photo. Maybe it's the fence standing alone, the mountain in the background or maybe the cellar that keeps me interested. Either way, great photo.
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Thanks for the re-size badahir, what do you use to re-size images?, all my pictures are 2560x1920, or reverse for vertical shots.

And Alan, it's in Newfoundland, it was a pretty great day for photos, I took ALOT that day, i'll post some more when I can get them re-sized.. haha.

3RDI Creations, I think I like it most of all because of the shadows and lightening, that and theres the fact that theres individual interest points.. (ex; Mountain; top, Cellar; middle, Fence; bottom)


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Yes I think its a very nice photo too, it would make a good b/w as bahadir said.
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Old Nov 18, 2007, 3:28 PM   #8
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Exilmo wrote:
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Thanks for the re-size badahir, what do you use to re-size images?, all my pictures are 2560x1920, or reverse for vertical shots.
I use the simplest tool, Microsoft Office Picture Manager whereI canresizemy images to any sizevery quickly and easily!

Now, no excuse for sending further images, mate :-)
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what do you use to re-size images
If you download Microsoft's 'PowerToys'...

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx

...and install their 'image resizer', it will add 'resize image' to the right-click menu
when you click an image filename. This will give you 800x600, or, 640x480, or
thereabouts, under a new & obvious filename. Ideally you'll often need to sharpen
the pictures as well, using an image editor of some kind, e.g., Irfanview
(http://www.irfanview.com) as well, but sometimes it won't be necessary.
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hahaha,thanks for the suggestions you guys!
Badahir, i'll have to remember to change the picture size now. :?

And Alan, I got the Image re-sizer!. So look out!, watch for more of my pictures on the forums.



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