MARCH THEME: Within 100 paces of your door

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  • #3384

    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    Dennis >>> Looks like you copied the URLs of the thumbnails. You have to open ‘Edit Media’ and then click on an image to display it full size; then right-click on it and select ‘copy image location’ (or whatever your browser calls it).

    #3385

    Anonymous

    An upload attempt

     

    #3388

    Anonymous

    Second attempt

     

    #3392

    Anonymous

    More help please

    The three images above were uploaded from my PC at a larger image size of 1200 pixels on the longest side and the largest file is only 364Kb.

    A click on each image will produce a reasonable sized image for viewing.

    The problem now is I can’t add any text such as shot info’, title or description

    Dennis

     

    #3394

    D. Williams
    Participant

    Dennis I have put a description of how I uploaded a full size image from the gallery over on your test image post.  It has just struck me that you have Attachments above your images.  I think you are confusing two methods of uploading.   Simply copy the image full size URL and paste into the box that pressing the RH side text tab gives you after clicking img on the tool bar just above the post.

    DO NOT BROWSE YOUR COMPUTER OR UPLOAD AS AN ATTACHMENT AS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST WINDOW … if you want a full size image in your post.

    #3395

    Anonymous

    Bin Day

    Canon EOS 1100D, Canon 18mm-135m 53mm, 1/90, f4.5, ISO 400, natural light

    Haircut sir?


    Canon EOS 1100D, Canon 18mm-135m 24mm, 1/125, f4.5, ISO 100, natural light

    What no number?

    Canon EOS 1100D, Canon 18mm-135m 106mm, 1/180, f11, ISO 200, natural light

    #3397

    D. Williams
    Participant

    YAY!!!!!  😀  Well done Dennis!!!  ( and Ian I suspect)

     

    #3404

    meg cumming
    Participant

    Well done Dennis I will have to try and follow the instructions as its bugging me. But to your infrared  on the trees no it isn’t. It’s just they were taken under the light at night then I changed it to mono. quite spooky really.

    #3423

    Anonymous

    Delores many thanks thanks for advice and time but I think I now have a workable method.

     

    #3426

    D. Williams
    Participant

    Excellent Dennis.  Just glad you found a method that works for you.

    #3461

    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    Clouds and bamboo
    Clouds and bamboo

    (Looks best large on black, here )

    Fujifilm X100
    23mm
    1/280s
    f/11
    ISO 200
    Available light
    LR 4.3; Silver Efex Pro2

    #3462

    Peter Robinson
    Keymaster

    I like the low angle you’ve used Ian which emphasizes the size of the bamboo and eliminates any distracting foreground.  It looks like it’s reaching for the sky. That’s quite an interesting sky as well.

    #3463

    D. Williams
    Participant

    A  very attractive image Ian.  I like it where the leaf silhouettes are defined but at the bottom right hand corner where they become a bit more overlapped and blocky it is not quite as pleasing for me.  Lovely dramatic sky.

    #3466

    Anonymous

    Abit  hypercritical   Ms. D–  its not a critique   just monthly theme.

    #3468

    Ian McNab
    Keymaster

    Textures and patterns

    Textures and patterns

    Fujifilm X100
    23mm
    1/125s
    f/8
    ISO 200
    Available light
    LR 4.3; Silver Efex Pro2

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