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PostPosted: Mon Aug 22, 2011 2:47 am 
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Well I liked it anyway!


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And so do I! I love the perspective and the tree is a nice touch!

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Nice shot Phil! Please be aware though that the maximum dimensions for images on our forum are 1024 pixels, yours is a bit bigger. If you could post a smaller version, that'd be great! Thanks.

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I like it also, especially the way you've captured the sky/clouds.

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Changed, Bjorn


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Thanks eVolutioN and Arthur

It was just a snapshot from the top deck of a moving open bus, and the visibility wasn't great so a bit of pp was required.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:11 am 
Phil,

I really like your photos but you do post them a bit to big all the time.

My laptop has a 1280 x 800 display and this photo is 1100 across the top. This means it doesnt fit in my browser properly. If it was 1024 its spot on.

I know you've probably got a lovely big shiny monitor that makes the world a lovely bright beautiful place but please have a heart and dont amplify my monitor envy by posting photos I cant view properly :P


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Apologies

No shiny big monitor here - just a work laptop (at 1440) or a home laptop (at 1920)


My hosting website offers the following size options for posting (ratio depends on the picture aspect ratio but the longest size for landscapes stays the same):

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Large (800 x 533)

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Extra Large (1100 x 733)

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