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    Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    These pics were taken from the grandstand, a couple hundered feet away.
    Thanks, Darrell

    my Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57279996@N07/
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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Quote Originally Posted by mod16d View Post
    These pics were taken from the grandstand, a couple hundered feet away.
    Thanks, Darrell

    my Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57279996@N07/
    Darrell

    You have posted these at far too small domensions. You can post up to 1024px long-side. I tried to find the shots on your Flickr but I couldn't.

    Select each shot in Flick and right-click and select 1024px size. Then right-click the displayed image and get the URL and use that to paste into the 'insert image' icon on the edit panel here. Or upload to your CiC album.

    Do you want to try that. Have a look here HELP THREAD: How can I post images here?

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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Rob,
    Thanks for the info, I will try the Flickr approach, then the album.

    Darrell

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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Quote Originally Posted by mod16d View Post
    Rob,
    Thanks for the info, I will try the Flickr approach, then the album.

    Darrell
    Get back to use here if you have problems.

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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Rob,
    Thanks for the info, I will try the Flickr approach, then the album.

    Darrell

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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    This is as big as it will allow me to upload, everything else says file to big, let think about it and try again later.

    Darrell

    Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    like this?
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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    attempt 2 or 3, I may be alot of things but I'm no quitter!

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    Re: Looking for comment/criticism, first foray in to photography

    Well looking at those photos, I would say that the white car photo is good although the ground looks a bit on the highly coloured side. But without actually being there I can't say if that is correct. You have managed to get a good white without over exposure.

    The fence in the foreground is a pity but I suspect that leaving it will probably work out better than attempting to remove it.

    The red car isn't as sharp so I wonder if your shutter speed was a little low. And I would definitely do something about the fuzzy shape in the bottom left corner. Possibly a mixture of a tighter crop plus a little cloning would fix it.

    But all in all, a couple of interesting photos which were obviously taken under some challenging circumstances.

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