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Old Jul 19, 2007, 3:25 PM   #1
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(Help please - how do I get multiple images to display inone post rather than using replies ?)
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Nice shots, but i'm not getting on that ferris wheel
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The first shot of Houses of Parliament is the best shot Ive ever seen of that building. Absolutely incredible. And Ive shot all around the place from every angle.
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Old Sep 9, 2007, 1:00 PM   #7
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Terrific shots and scenes, well done..................musket

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(Help please - how do I get multiple images to display inone post rather than using replies ?)



First load your photo's onto a storage site like photobucket, flicker or imageshack

these are free storage sites, then click on the share photo's option

on that site to copy the code for each photo that you want to post,then paste the code


or multiple codes into your message, when you store photo's that way you can also store

larger files, the forum storage space is limited so only allows files of 250K or less and only

one permessage.

You canstore reasonably good 800x600 photo'sup to 500k on

somestorage sites sites (e.g photobucket) or even larger file sizeswith imageshack

(up to 1.5Mbyte file size), though very large sized filescan bevery slow to load onto

the PC when viewing
messages

... you could also use the help button at the top of the page for more info...................musket.

P.S I'm curious also as to what lenses you were using for these shots?






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Thank you Bynx & Musket for your advice and comments.

Musket - I used either the EFS10-22 (which I borrowed from a colleague for this trip and is now definitely on the 'must-get-one' list or the EFS17-85 which I bought with my 20D. I had a polarising filter on the 17-85 which I used to attenuate if not completely eliminate some of the reflections off the capsule glass/perspex... I did do some perspective cropping/correction in post processing on some of the London Eye images taken from ground level...

Since posting these mages Iupgraded to a pbase subscription andposted moreLondon & Scottish Highlandsightseeing images on www.pbase.com/andrewd_za/uk_2007

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Thank you Bynx & Musket for your advice and comments.

Musket - I used either the EFS10-22 (which I borrowed from a colleague for this trip and is now definitely on the 'must-get-one' list or the EFS17-85 which I bought with my 20D. I had a polarising filter on the 17-85 which I used to attenuate if not completely eliminate some of the reflections off the capsule glass/perspex... I did do some perspective cropping/correction in post processing on some of the London Eye images taken from ground level...

Since posting these mages Iupgraded to a pbase subscription andposted moreLondon & Scottish Highlandsightseeing images on http://www.pbase.com/andrewd_za/uk_2007

Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment.


Thanks for the info the shots at 10mm are really good

nice galery at pbase...................musket

I also came across the 10-22mm in other galleries

http://www.pbase.com/peterkwok/1022

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I love the London Eye...
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