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Old Apr 29, 2011, 4:44 AM   #1
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Hi Friends,

Your comments and guidance highly appreciated.

Most of them shot with my new 50-200 SWD.















http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234445.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234467.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234493.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234537.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234560.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234652.jpg
http://shaperweb.com/mg2/pictures/P4234761.jpg


I think i posted too much on this thread.

Any help on suggestions will be of great help for me to improve.

For the complete list: http://shaperweb.com/mg2/index.php?list=15

Sorry for the annoying copyright symbol though. Friends suggested me to add on all my photos and I am following strictly.

The sharpness method i used are from photoshop.

I add a duplicate layer, add filter highpass, resize the image, export to web for 1024x768, any other method / software whill will improve my image quality? please suggest.
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Old Apr 29, 2011, 4:46 AM   #2
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Also one more question to all of you, Why cant i resize the images within the editor? I tried to resize so that it fits in, but couldnt make it happen.
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Although the images are very good, that watermark really is more than annoying. It is a TOTAL distraction and disfigures nice images. While a watermark may be a good thing (I suppose), it should not take over the whole image.
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Although the images are very good, that watermark really is more than annoying. It is a TOTAL distraction and disfigures nice images. While a watermark may be a good thing (I suppose), it should not take over the whole image.
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I completly agree with you. The watermarks are so annoying. One of my friend helped me in adding the watermark and create a batch action for me so that i can batch process on photoshop. While this is a starting point, from next post, I will try to remove those and learn to do the photoshop batch thing myself. Thanks for the suggestion and I will take action on it.

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Hi: the zoo shots are top notch. My favorites are the meerkat and the giraffe head shot.

I would consider a little PP for the first shot to lighten the foreground a little.
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I agree that the zoo photos are top notch, and that the watermark ruins them.
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Hi: the zoo shots are top notch. My favorites are the meerkat and the giraffe head shot.

I would consider a little PP for the first shot to lighten the foreground a little.

Sorry steven to ask this, what is this PP and I dont have any clue on this, can you please help me in understanding and doing it?
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Sorry steven to ask this, what is this PP and I dont have any clue on this, can you please help me in understanding and doing it?

LOL. I'm just a lazy, slow typist. PP is just standard photo slang for "Post Processing" using a software package like Photoshop or GIMP
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