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A few more images.....hope they aren't too big.

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Dazzlercee, 4 May 2006.

  1. Dazzlercee

    Gangster

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    Taken at Ullswater, Lake District this past weekend.


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    Snowdonia - Weather was dire so did a B+W conversion.


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    St. Asaph Church, North Wales.


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    A peacock at Chester Zoo.
     
  2. cyKey

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    Love that black and white shot. Chester Zoo eh. Are you local or was it a passing visit?
     
  3. Dazzlercee

    Gangster

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    It was a day trip that turned into half a day trip once the clouds converged!
     
  4. Zheka

    Wise Guy

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    Beautiful photographs!
    I’m looking forward to see more from you Dazzlercee
     
  5. olv

    Soldato

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    Love the b&w shot, fantastic stuff
     
  6. TomWilko

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    Black and White shot is wonderful, the rest suffer from dodgy border syndrome I feel though!
     
  7. xolotl

    Man of Honour

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    Just to echo what I said in the other thread lovely pictures. I certainly look forward to seeing more from you.

    The peacock one is arguably the weakest. The black and white one is just brilliant, I love it.
     
  8. philio16

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    Love the 2nd and 3rd shots, I think the boreders are a little excessive though
     
  9. themask70

    Wise Guy

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    Love the second one and last one :)
     
  10. Dazzlercee

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    I am in two minds over the borders...I think photos on the web look unfinished without some kind of framing/border, however I understand how they can be excessive and/or repetitive at times. Any suggestions on how to set these images would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks for the comments by the way. :D
     
  11. philio16

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    I agree a border is needed! I usually give mine 20-40 pixels on each side depending on the size of the image. Each to their own though, the large borders work well sometimes :)
     
  12. Strax

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    I like the first one, but why waste all that space with a big border; just give us a bigger picture ;)
     
  13. Mark M

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    I like the pics but I dont lile the shadow on the border.
     
  14. madmaxx

    Hitman

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    Love number 2 - a really nice composition. Another vote to lose the shadow on the border though!
     
  15. DannyDan

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    I really like 1 and 2.

    Another vote for ditching the borders tho, I think they'd look far better with non-shadow smaller borders.
     
  16. Joe T

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    Very nice indeed, but yes smaller borders = better. :)