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Here's some older photos I took in 2003. More to come chat me up for some other images.

Pics by Buck

feedback is appreciated.

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mine is at flickr, but probably will get a flickr slideshow script later to show all these flickr pix on my own website.
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I like the colors.
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I like your pictures webspace (and instead of spamming your own and invading another's post stchatterbox how about providing feedback instead)

webspace Got some nice ideas on those pics, but the quality you uploaded with doesn't do them justice. I think my fav might be the pastel pink one but hard to tell. image quality on all is poor
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I too love camera effects when taking photos I have not tried it yet with the sun just lighting on stge lights. Love the Sunsets. I will post a few of my sunsets and sun rises.

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ATNO/TW wrote:
and instead of spamming your own and invading another's post stchatterbox how about providing feedback instead


read the title more carefully, friend. :(
webspace shares his gallery and asks for feedback, and so can we. don't just get mad when somone also shares. too bad of you, ATNO/TW and what a shame. :oops:
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Sorry aobut the quality. The photos are all scans from old 35mm and the scans are optimized for fast loading. It's really the images but I suppose poor image quality does reduce the overall impact of the image. I'll take that into account whn I build my photo gallery.

Thanks for your imput,

Really appreciated.
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Heres a small gallery of mine
http://homepages.tesco.net/king.richard/james.htm

feedback would be great

thanks
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Those are great photos James.
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I like the photos. Very nice.
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I concur.
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I was putting together some nice collection, from Thailand, Malaysia, Greece etc.. check out my flickr..

http://flickr.com/photos/mughrabi
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Hello,

This is my PhotoBlog - http://www.dotcompalsPhotoBlog.com

Updated daily.
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Nice collections !
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Great photos.
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Hmmm... fastamber doesn't want to load for me... (http://fastamber.com/blog/2007/01/05/gallery/) I get a 'cannot find the server' message.

stchatterbox - I enjoyed these pictures very much, I really like the 'soda water' one with the red cup with the woven mat, great contrast!

My photography website, it's not bad...
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Nice site. I like the layout and the pictures are well done.
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Here's one of mine.
http://modelmayhem.com/pics.php?id=312830
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I like the last one best, the one with the snow on the tree. That was well done.

I've got my photos online at flickr, if you want to check them out.
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This is my gallery

http://ravalonline.com/image
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This is my website: http://www.hqphotography.com.

Comments?
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Hey everyone!

Here in sydney, its really hard to find a good spot for the sunset =( but i found the most beautiful place for a sunrise =)

here are some of my pics =)

http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/100_1037.jpg
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/100_1038.jpg
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/100_1048.jpg

Dont mind the fence in these 2.. it was raining that morning so we had to find a spot where we could stay in the car lol.
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/100_1226.jpg
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/100_1222.jpg

What do ya's think?
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sexcbubz wrote:
Hey everyone!

Here in sydney, its really hard to find a good spot for the sunset =( but i found the most beautiful place for a sunrise =)

What do ya's think?


Were these taken with a point and shoot or SLR? It would have been nice if the ocean was brighter (photoshop?) It just seems so dark and can't really get to see the waves.

I'm not sure if it's both dusk and dawn but that point where the sun is on the horizon and you see the spectrum of colors. Should try to capture one of those.

I like the photos, I really do, just pointing out some things you might want to consider.
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lol, im assuming i was just pointing and shooting lol.. since i dont know what SLR is lol. I wanted to photoshop them, but im new to photoshop.. not very good with it, the best i did was making me and my boyf look like we are about to have a mortal kombat combat =P
(took me forever!)

only did it last week, check it out!
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/round1copy.jpg

and i dont exactly understand what u mean by the second sentence.. what do i capture? and how do i capture it?
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sexcbubz wrote:
lol, im assuming i was just pointing and shooting lol.. since i dont know what SLR is lol. I wanted to photoshop them, but im new to photoshop.. not very good with it, the best i did was making me and my boyf look like we are about to have a mortal kombat combat =P
(took me forever!)

only did it last week, check it out!
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e259/sexc-bubz/round1copy.jpg

and i dont exactly understand what u mean by the second sentence.. what do i capture? and how do i capture it?


One of the nice things about being new to Photoshop is there is an endless supply of tutorials online that will show you how to do everything possible with photoshop.

A point and shoot would be a pocket type digital camera and a SLR (Single Lens Reflex) would be like those used by Professional Photographers. Seeing as how you don't know the difference I'm betting point and shoot. If so, read your manual about exposure and ISO settings, adjusting those may allow you to take photos with the ocean more visible.

As for the second sentence, my apologies about it being confusing I was in a hurry since it was 7:30am here and I start work at 8:30am. I think it's somewhere around 11 to 13 hrs time difference between Australia and Guyana.

What I was trying to say was, have you ever seen when the sun is coming up or going down and far into the horizon how the colors that make up the sun's light brakes up into individual colors? try getting a shot of that. The photos you have are very amber. Nothing thing is wrong with it in my opinion I'm just talking variety. also, see what happens when you adjust your white balance to sunny. Some cameras even have photo settings for dawn and dusk.

here is a simple example of what I'm talking about http://www.ni-photos.jmcwd.com/dusk-mountain-road.jpg
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Hi sexcbubz, i loved your second photograph of the sunrise. Really nice capture considering it was taken using (as we've discovered) a point and click camera.

A couple of years ago i was not very well clued up on Photoshop or Photography either, just reading up tutorials online and you can learn easily. It's really exciting when you can pick up some skills like that so easily.

I like what you have done with the Tekken thing though. Kinda funny, and a nice job.
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As for the second sentence, my apologies about it being confusing I was in a hurry since it was 7:30am here and I start work at 8:30am. I think it's somewhere around 11 to 13 hrs time difference between Australia and Guyana.

What I was trying to say was, have you ever seen when the sun is coming up or going down and far into the horizon how the colors that make up the sun's light brakes up into individual colors? try getting a shot of that. The photos you have are very amber. Nothing thing is wrong with it in my opinion I'm just talking variety. also, see what happens when you adjust your white balance to sunny. Some cameras even have photo settings for dawn and dusk.

here is a simple example of what I'm talking about http://www.ni-photos.jmcwd.com/dusk-mountain-road.jpg


Ahh! i get ya now! Yeah i wanted to try and capture some of the colours, but there wasnt much there.. everything was so yellow lol.

My camera isnt that good, its a simple 6mpx one. and it doesnt have all that many adgustments.
Even if it did, i wouldnt really know what they are for :oops:


Im not that big on photography, i was there with my boyfriend to watch the sunrise, but then i killed the moment and remembered i brought my camera!
(Dont think he was too happy =P )




SB: Thanks for the thumbs up on the MK pic =P
I used Photoshop, paintshop pro and paint to make it!

I was thinking of looking up some tutorials, but i find them harder to understand the the program itself!

What does everyone here prefer.. Paintshop Pro or Photoshop?
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I prefer Photoshop, but only because I'm familiar with it. I've been using it for three years and I don't think I'll be changing any time soon...
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sexcbubz wrote:
My camera isnt that good, its a simple 6mpx one. and it doesnt have all that many adgustments.
Even if it did, i wouldnt really know what they are for :oops:

Im not that big on photography, i was there with my boyfriend to watch the sunrise, but then i killed the moment and remembered i brought my camera!
(Dont think he was too happy =P )

What does everyone here prefer.. Paintshop Pro or Photoshop?


Regardless of how simple your camera is or how deep your interest is, try reading the manual it may teach you a few things about your camera that could improve your skills.

My vote goes to Photoshop. I've found when it comes to image editing everything comes second. I don't think any similar program has as much online tutorials.
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Yeah, Photoshop for me too. It does pretty much everything i want it to do.

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