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Old May 10, 2006, 8:35 PM   #1
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Taken with my DL and Sigma 70mm-300mm macro. Image captured in RAW. By the way, how does one post multiple images on the same posting in this forum (similar to what Dr. C does)?
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Old May 10, 2006, 8:45 PM   #2
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Wow, I took the same photo in my garden yesterday!

The image posts where the curser is, so just keep posting images as you move the curser down the page.



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If you want to put more than 1 photo in a post, they have to be uploaded to another site (like photobucket or the like) that allows you to link the picture to another site (not all image hosting sites allow that).
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a lot of people use
http://photobucket.com/
i know i do and the site gives you options about how you want to post. mainly full size.


or a thumbnail people can click on to view the larger image.


best thing about it is that it's free.

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Roy, Mtngal: Thank you for the suggestion to use photobucket...here are multiple images of more "Springtime in Cincinnati".

Ennacac: Great image: the angle of the image shows good depth of field!

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jay,
i've got the same redbud in my yard. of course it's gone to leaves already.

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