Hyde Park Cherub

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  1. Royster

    Royster TPF Noob!

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    I took this shot in Hyde Park, i was lucky to have found it before the afternoon light disapeared. I used a Canon Eos 300x 35mm SLR, the setting was on portrait. But obviously im having problems with the size, ive been having pict size problems with photobucket when it comes to pictures shot vertically. Please can anyone help.

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    Looks like it might be good, but its too tiny!!!

    i dont use photobucket so i cant help, i know alot of other people do on here tho, so they might be able to help

    if not you can try the link in my sig, u can upload your pics there and hot link... :angel:
     
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    try resizing it to about 600 pixels in height x whatever it comes out to relative in width. That should be about right.
     
  4. Royster

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    thanks for all your comment, i think i may have enlarged it a bit. Thanks JohnMF, i may take your offer on uploading it on your website if i continue to experience sizing probs with photobucket.

    All the best.

    Here it is again.

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    Looks good. I think the bird really adds to it.

    Also if you have photoshop try saving the the file a lower quality.
    And there is always deviantART. You can't direct line an image () but I don't think there is a limit to upload size, atleast I haven't had problems yet.
     
  6. Royster

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    Thanks for your comment, im still experimenting with photoshop, hopefully by next year i will be good at it.

    Thanks!

    All the best!
     
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    Cool Cherub!!! I love how he is wrestling the fish. What are your thoughts about the theory that "it is tough taking a photo of someone else's art". Of course not commercially.
     
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    "it is tough taking a photo of someone else's art".

    For me, i guess in a way it is impossible for me to show the artists thoughts and feelings, i can only show how it affects me, i guess taking a picture of someone else's art is a way of showing how much i appreciate the sculpture and how i took the shot shows my feelings towards it.
     

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