Constructive Comments Pls


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thomasq

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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
 

thomasq

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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?
 

LeoDaddy

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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?
Try imageshack (see above).. can't get simpler than that. ;)
 

westwest2

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

thomasq

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haha,:embrass: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
 

digisnap

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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 :)
 

ziploc

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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. :)
 

spazzer

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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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