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    [IMG]D:\TQ\Photography\Vacations\Japan - Hokkaido 21-27 Jul 2007\20070724pm - Daisetsu-zan National Park - Silver and Shooting River WaterFalls\img_1271 trim.jpg[/IMG]Hi,

    I just upgraded from Canon 350D to 5D and recently took a pic of a dragonfly.
    Pls give your 2 cents worth constructive comment.

    Regards, thomasq
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    Uh.. you have to upload it first. You can't link to files on your computer haha.

    www.imageshack.us

    Use that.

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    Haha, newbie, thought can just link to my local drive.
    I have successfully uploaded my pics, but somehow did not manage to find in the Gallery.
    Any tips?
    Canon5D 50mm/100mm (macro)/24-105mm/100-400mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasq View Post
    Haha, newbie, thought can just link to my local drive.
    I have successfully uploaded my pics, but somehow did not manage to find in the Gallery.
    Any tips?
    Try imageshack (see above).. can't get simpler than that.

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    Uhmmm...., there are a proper forum for asking comments.

    Regards,
    Arto.

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    constructive comments starts with putting up a picture first...

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    haha,embarrassing to say that last night i tried uploading but don't seen to work.
    and today, i don't seen to remember how to go about uploading a pic, any quick tips will be appreciated.
    Cheers
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    Try uploading it onto a website like www.flickr.com. Then they usually have a link to your picture itself.. look for it.. it should start with http://.... Then click on the Insert Image icon and copy that link onto the box that asks for "Pls enter the URL of your image:". Good luck

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    Finally Got it !! This is my pic, your comment pls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasq View Post
    Finally Got it !! This is my pic, your comment pls.

    [IMG][/IMG]
    Is the image having a limited bit depth or is it my browser?

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    Pardon me, this is a cropped photo, a better view at
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/10706882@N07/975207936/

    Some of my other favorite pics are there for viewing
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    Hi thomasq,

    This is how you link from CS' gallery (just copy url from "BB Code" box in the gallery and paste directly into message):

    [img]http://gallery.clubsnap.com/data/500/medium/IMG_1271_trim.jpg[/img]


    Result:


    And from flickr (right click photo on flickr, properties, copy image url, remove the "?v=0"):

    [img]http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1197/975207936_03f332a4d6.jpg[/img]


    Result:


    Cheers.

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    quite ok but just like to check u used spot or matrix metering because the eyes seems quite dark
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    Ziploc, thanks for the tip.

    Spazzer, metering used is Evaluative (Canon).
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