My First Post & Photo

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  1. 2Stupid2Duck

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    This is my first post (and consequently, my first pic :oops:). Please feel free to give constructive feedback (but please be gentle with me).

    It is Kensington Gardens and was taken on my honeymoon in June.

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    I like this pic a lot. Great framing of the subject through the archway. Very cool!

    Welcome to the forums!
     
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    I like it too. Makes me want to visit the gardens sometime.

    Many times when I take a shot like this, I take it two ways. With and without fill flash. The fill flash can reduce the amount of black in the frame, replacing it with some color. But your frame looks nice just the way it is.
     
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    quiet good, hey, it's your first pic and it looks really nice
     
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    Thanx guys. Hopefully I will fit in around these here forums. I appreciate the welcome.
     
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    Yes, good job and welcome!
     
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    Actually, can I ask you folks... I notice that I am posting my pix (6 mega pixel) at 80 x 600 with fairly low quality. Is that the right way to go, or should I post with more quality?
     
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    stick with what you have. you image looks fine without bumping the quality...typically what you want to do for web content. large files makes it hard for 56K users to load as well. just maintain your large quality files for prints!
     
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    Excellent. Im a sucker for symmetry. Well done :D
     
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    Good job! I also enjoy the symmetry and repeating shapes. The garden seems foreign to me. We do not get a lot greenery or water. Wyoming on a whole is mostly desert.
     
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    I like it too. I really like your framing and I love the symmetry. Great job!
     
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    Wow - thanx folks.
     

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