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    Hi,

    I've been shooting for about a year now with my Canon 10D and I've put up a couple of pics online. If you're interested in seeing some of the photos, please visit http://www.davidngiam.com

    Most of the pics are enhanced in Photoshop (usually, tone / contrast adjustments and sometimes cropping). Any comments about the pics are welcomed. I'm always keen to see how I can improve....

    Cheers,

    David

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    Great gallery, simple and nice layout . You did the pages manually?

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    Hi Jym,

    Thanks! They are normal html pages I created in Dreamweaver MX. However, for the thumbnail and images pages, I use Ulead Photo Explorer 8 to create them. Its real easy to use.

    Dave

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    Cool. I reckoned it has a more customized look using your approach. I have been using Gallery, recently Coppermine (both are script based galleries), still trying to create a more unique looking gallery.

    My coppermine gallery: http://jymster.org/cpg/

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    Superdave,
    Good! I like them alot, well done!

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    Cool pics... Nice gallery..... Kudos....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jym
    Cool. I reckoned it has a more customized look using your approach. I have been using Gallery, recently Coppermine (both are script based galleries), still trying to create a more unique looking gallery.

    My coppermine gallery: http://jymster.org/cpg/
    Yeah... your site looks really cool... for mine, Ulead generates all the pages and I can just dump the whole folder via FTP so that makes it a little quicker for me. Well, actually, I use Dreamweaver's synchronise feature, so it only uploads the new files created by Ulead....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jym
    Cool. I reckoned it has a more customized look using your approach. I have been using Gallery, recently Coppermine (both are script based galleries), still trying to create a more unique looking gallery.

    My coppermine gallery: http://jymster.org/cpg/
    niceee... oh.. by the way.. i'm using coppermine too

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