dwarfed tree on cliff.

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    photo taken during an offroad bike trip into the States, this was taken on a switchback down in Idaho.

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    this is a picture i took of my friend Quinn right in the same location, one for the landscape photographers, and one for the portrait lovers! enjoy, comments?

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    My favorite would have to be the first one by far. The overhanging tree gives the scene a real sense of height.
    I like the tones in the second one and especially the sharpness.
     
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    BUMP:thumbup:
     
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    I actually love both.

    Do you have some sort of online portfolio I could browse?
     
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    sorry i dont, i would like to set up one though, any advice? like a good quality site i can customize, is it difficult? websites seem complicated to me, only portfolios i have are large prints in an album.
     
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    Print portfolios are definitely the way to go. Unfortunately, you can't share them over the net!

    The ones most used are:
    deviantArt
    Flickr
    FotoBlur
    PBase
    Photo.Net
    Lightstalkers

    There's also image shack and photobucket, but generally not for portfolios. They are also notorious for sapping image quality.
     
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    thanks a lot, i will look into one of those, i do use photobucket but its just for adding photos to websites, its an ugly site.
     
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    Yup! It's ugly to navigate and ugly to look at :lol:.
     

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