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castarito

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yea you need to upload to clubsnap gallery i guess? i tried with flickr but failed.
 

Rashkae

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yea you need to upload to clubsnap gallery i guess? i tried with flickr but failed.
Flickr is one of the better places to upload it. Best to read the newbie's guides on posting pictures.
 

Rashkae

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please comment thnx!
Learn to post pics first. DO NOT link to the url of the webpage hosting the image on flickr. Rather, link to the actual jpg file.
 

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link as such...
[IM G]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/3131255324_2427001d9d.jpg[/IMG]
close the gap between M and G
that's the image link from threadstarter flickr by the way, not mine
 

shuhry81

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Learn to post pics first. DO NOT link to the url of the webpage hosting the image on flickr. Rather, link to the actual jpg file.
Easy on the caps bro~ chill:cool:
link as such...
[IM G]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3215/3131255324_2427001d9d.jpg[/IMG]
close the gap between M and G
that's the image link from threadstarter flickr by the way, not mine
try your best to link bro, we still wanna see~(for the TS)
 

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ey guys im a newbie haha so yarh.. im using Nikon D70s so.. i took some pics . i nvr use tripode stand to take pics .. its a random taking type...so i need some comments .. this below are the nicest pics that i caught.. thnx!



please comment thnx!
linking for threadstarter.

please find out how to do it yourself. click on "all sizes", then choose medium size, because 1024 widest is a bit too large for some people.



 

night86mare

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every detail counts in a photo.

for the first, composition is overmilked, that is fine. prefer a earlier timing for this shot, if you have good light you might net something that is unique and different, in that it has good light. also try as far as possible to keep buildings upright. are you saying you don't use a tripod for this shot?

for the second, too many elements, snapshot.
 

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