Fullerton with Sigma 18-200mm


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vlee383

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Testing my 18-200mm travel lens and need some comments on what you guys think of the exposure and composition and how I can improve, just got my DSLR lately and is a newbie to photography. Taken with Sony A700 DSLR.

 

dingzyangz

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May 8, 2008
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think u did not link properly. the link did not end with .jpg or something to do with a pic.
 

Gengh

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It's a little tedious to link photos from Picasa, you need to do this:

1. On the menus on the right when viewing your photo, look for "Link to this photo", click on it to expend the menu.

2. Select the size you want to embed, eg. 400px.

3. Copy the HTML code under "HTML to embed in website". It should look something like this:
<a href="http://picasaweb.google.com/genghk/RandomStuff/photo?authkey=blDdICSftxU#50949011611218XXXXX"><im g src="http://lh5.google.com/genghk/RrS5nLJkLjI/AAAAAAAACEM/l5dSG8cdVO4/s400/IMG_XXXX.JPG" /></a>
However, all you need is the second string of "http://lh5.google.com/yadayadayada...". What I do is copy the whole chunk from Picasa first, then paste it into CS's "Insert image" dialogue box, then trim it down to just what's between the second set of quotation marks. That should do the trick for you.

Anyway, here it is:


The F1 lighting structures are ugly... but there's not much you can do about that if you're looking to catch the whole Fullerton building. I think the first thing you need to do is to correct the tilt in this picture.
 

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