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theproff Oct 10, 2005 3:20 PM

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Shutter 1/30, Apeture f8, focal length 38.0mm, ISO 80.

This is my second post to the forum for you guys to pull to bits, a bit of techy info with it.

I have lots of variations of this theme, but this one looks the best to me, that is, I can post others to those interested!

Thanks for any comments, critiques and techy info please.

Tony


thatsanicepicture2 Oct 10, 2005 4:51 PM

Oh my gosh is that sucker too BIG ! ! ! You should post pictures around 800 on the long side.

Buti did see the picture... It's nice but why would you have the date on a picture you want a critique on? My critique is you shouldn't do that. It ruins the picture.

Sorry... It's pretty dark there (too dark) so maybe you can clone it out.

dale







theproff Oct 10, 2005 4:59 PM

Sorry about the date stamp, but remember I am a newbie to this, and this is only my second post to this forum, or any other forum.I have disabled this function on my camera, please review the picture, I appreciate your comments and hope to improve with the help of people like yourself

thanks

Tony



thatsanicepicture2 Oct 10, 2005 6:03 PM

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theproff

More people will look at it if it's in the post. Here is the resize and the date blocked out. Now let it be critiqued.

dale





julies517 Oct 10, 2005 7:40 PM

it is a pretty shot, i like the composition, the sun low in the sky to the left, the high clouds and the dark crescent of land to the right. i look forward to more posts as you progress.

theproff Oct 11, 2005 12:08 AM

Thanks for the feedback!

Could you please advise me on how you resized this, and how you got rid of the Time Stamp, I have PSP 8, but have not used it very much.

Thanks for your help.

Tony





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