Need help on uploading of photos on clubsnap


Gikens

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Hi bro n sis, the uploading of photos into thread/post are really driving me crazy... Some bro do send me some link on how to upload but I try follow the method in the link... Somehow it not working.. Maybe I don't understand what it mean or I m computer idiot... Anyway bro n sis out there pls advise.. Thank you.
 

Gikens

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photoart said:
which photo hosting website are you using? (eg flickr or photobucket)
I m using flickr..
 

Gikens

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hi bro, i trying to upload 2 pic using the link u gave. hope it works..
btw these 2 pic are night shoot with my new toy.. nikon D7000 but of coz i did abit of editing.
feel free to leave some comment so that i can improved.
thank you..:)


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992944732/" title="MBS1 by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6018/5992944732_f912e58a01.jpg" width="331" height="500" alt="MBS1"></a>


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992947710/" title="MBS by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6140/5992947710_38b69442e6.jpg" width="500" height="331" alt="MBS"></a>
 

Rashkae

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hi bro, i trying to upload 2 pic using the link u gave. hope it works..
btw these 2 pic are night shoot with my new toy.. nikon D7000 but of coz i did abit of editing.
feel free to leave some comment so that i can improved.
thank you..:)


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992944732/" title="MBS1 by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6018/5992944732_f912e58a01.jpg" width="331" height="500" alt="MBS1"></a>


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992947710/" title="MBS by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6140/5992947710_38b69442e6.jpg" width="500" height="331" alt="MBS"></a>
You didn't follow the instructions right... All you want is the jpeg link.

 

SkyStrike

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hi bro, i trying to upload 2 pic using the link u gave. hope it works..
btw these 2 pic are night shoot with my new toy.. nikon D7000 but of coz i did abit of editing.
feel free to leave some comment so that i can improved.
thank you..:)


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992944732/" title="MBS1 by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6018/5992944732_f912e58a01.jpg" width="331" height="500" alt="MBS1"></a>


<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gikens/5992947710/" title="MBS by Gikens, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6140/5992947710_38b69442e6.jpg" width="500" height="331" alt="MBS"></a>
Bro, got 1 point to take note...Step no. 5: "Select BB Code and the desired size"... Select the BB Code, not HTML Code :)
 

Gikens

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Rashkae said:
You didn't follow the instructions right... All you want is the jpeg link.
Yea... Trying to upload juz like u do. Juz the pic in the post. I think I miss out something. Care to explain more on how to get the jpeg link only?
 

Gikens

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SkyStrike said:
Bro, got 1 point to take note...Step no. 5: "Select BB Code and the desired size"... Select the BB Code, not HTML Code :)
Oic... Haha.. So I mix up the both code...:(
Ok I try again
 

Gikens

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let's try upload again.. hope it works tis time:)


MBS by Gikens, on Flickr
 

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Gikens

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yea!!! i got it already... tks bro for all the help below is another pic. do leave some comment so i can improved.
btw 1 more question. we can upload few pic at onces right? if yes but why i upload 2 different pic on the earlier post but turn out to be same pic..:(


MBS1 by Gikens, on Flickr
 

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SkyStrike

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yea!!! i got it already... tks bro for all the help below is another pic. do leave some comment so i can improved.
btw 1 more question. we can upload few pic at onces right? if yes but why i upload 2 different pic on the earlier post but turn out to be same pic..:(

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Yes, you can upload multiple pics at once. And, I'm pretty sure the issue is because you have copied the wrong code or forget to copy and just paste :)
 

Gikens

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SkyStrike said:
Yes, you can upload multiple pics at once. And, I'm pretty sure the issue is because you have copied the wrong code or forget to copy and just paste :)
Tks sky, I think I get already. Tks again to the rest of the bro n sis.
Btw anything I need to improved on the shoot? Wat are the things I left out in the pic?
 

SkyStrike

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Tks sky, I think I get already. Tks again to the rest of the bro n sis.
Btw anything I need to improved on the shoot? Wat are the things I left out in the pic?
I'm still a newbie here too...But at a glance, I believe your horizons are slanted (can't be sure about the 1st one...).

Composition wise, I will leave it to the experts to comment on it :)

btw, for shot #2, it's a scene that have been "shot to death", so you may be able to find some good ones in the pic galleries for reference and point improvement
 

Gikens

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Tks.. Point noted juz tat dun understand wat u mean by "shot to death"?:)
 

Rashkae

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Tks.. Point noted juz tat dun understand wat u mean by "shot to death"?:)
In other words, everyone and their bro/sis/cousins/friends/best friend/boyfriend/girlfriend/ah kong/ etc have already shot the exact same shot and posted it up here. It feels like the 500th time we've seen that shot.
 

Gikens

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Rashkae said:
In other words, everyone and their bro/sis/cousins/friends/best friend/boyfriend/girlfriend/ah kong/ etc have already shot the exact same shot and posted it up here. It feels like the 500th time we've seen that shot.
Oh... Haha.. I get it now :)
 

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for the first picture, you might want to work on the 'extra space' at the bottom.

whatever you shoot, you want the surroundings to complement or direct attention to the main subject(s). this can be done in a number of ways. try reading up on the rule of thirds, which is one of the best starting points. another thing you can try to look out for is 'wasted space' which doesnt add anything to the picture and may distract the viewer or even offset the composition and make it look awkward.

you can also considering shooting in black and white. this is a good trick to cut out distractions, especially when you want to bring out fine detail and involve the viewer. i do it when colours clash, distract, or are just plain ugly. haha. you know you are getting better with composition when your image no longer needs colour to make it look attractive. im not saying that colour is bad or black and white is 'the way' to go. to each is own. but i find that a well-done black and white image is always engaging.

you should also look out for the horizon and other straight lines in the image which you can play around with. when the ground is in the image, i always find it best to have the ground level (you can use the virtual horizon in the camera). but when taking just the buildings, you can match various straight line in the scene to the lines in your viewfinder and see how it turns out. there'll be that one line which will fit v nicely.
 

Gikens

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Ben Ang said:
for the first picture, you might want to work on the 'extra space' at the bottom.

whatever you shoot, you want the surroundings to complement or direct attention to the main subject(s). this can be done in a number of ways. try reading up on the rule of thirds, which is one of the best starting points. another thing you can try to look out for is 'wasted space' which doesnt add anything to the picture and may distract the viewer or even offset the composition and make it look awkward.

you can also considering shooting in black and white. this is a good trick to cut out distractions, especially when you want to bring out fine detail and involve the viewer. i do it when colours clash, distract, or are just plain ugly. haha. you know you are getting better with composition when your image no longer needs colour to make it look attractive. im not saying that colour is bad or black and white is 'the way' to go. to each is own. but i find that a well-done black and white image is always engaging.

you should also look out for the horizon and other straight lines in the image which you can play around with. when the ground is in the image, i always find it best to have the ground level (you can use the virtual horizon in the camera). but when taking just the buildings, you can match various straight line in the scene to the lines in your viewfinder and see how it turns out. there'll be that one line which will fit v nicely.
Hey ben, tks for the feedback. I will take note of all ur pointer.:) will shoot more to improved. Hope to post more pic to get comment n feedback so that I can improved.:)
 

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