First Model Attempt

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  1. zbo2408

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    I got my XSi 18-55 & 55-250 for christmas and I have never tried shooting a model before now and want a little c&c on how I did. Obviously this is not a model and just a friend of mine walking downtown with me...

    I know the general rule for c&c is 4 & im posting 5 these just all went together.


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    Your pictures are not visible. There are only #'s.
     
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    I can see them now, can ya'll?
     
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    Ok, I posted them just how the guide says and I can see them ... what's up here?
     
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    If you see them and we can't, that probably means you're hosting them someplace like SmugMug in a private directory. If you need a password to see your images, chances are they are being blocked by your host. You're seeing them either because you're logged into that site or they're in your browsers cache.

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    good call tharmsen.. i was going to say the same thing... the photos need to be in a public directory...
     

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