Millz, you need to level those shots a bit. Try using the viewfinder, itself, as your judge of horizon, then slowly frame your shot ... then press the shutter.
The first image is horizon and parallax corrected (notice how the buildings are not leaning in, towards the top) ...
and the last image is horizon corrected and substantially "cropped" to eliminate negative space.
Does this work for you?
Dr4gon not sure if they are doing it now or not but a few months ago when I went 'pro' on flickr they were doing a extra 3 months free, you paid for the year then they sent you a email reward code you entered and it extended your pro account for 3 months. So with the flickr upload tool I can post direct to here and it will resize the image is that correct? do I have to do any adjustment to the image?
Millz maybe cover over the movie marqee with christmas lights in photoshop?
All they have now is like $2-5 (forgot exactly) break if you sign up for 2 years instead of 1. I feel that they should at least give us Verizon customers a price break. 200 pictures just isn't that much....
Originally Posted by seanhoxx
What I meant was if you upload a 3000 pixel by 2000 px picture it will break it down for you by thumbnail, small, medium, large, and original (for Pro accounts). Then you just find the image you want, get the URL to the location, and post it here as an image.
hey donlittle tacky on the marquis dont ya think /
img code i dont no what you mean. But ya i dont no what im doing but i thought that was a sweat pic. i used all the settings that don told me to and they worked great.
figured out the image code ty
On photobucket, they list out a ton of codes. It's the last one for bulletin boards and forums that you need to copy ;)
hope this is the right one little landscape again newbie here just throwing alot out there
N0, I'd say you are getting the hang of it. Very good!
Sorry about the marquis ... I was going for "Santa does Dallas" ... but stopped prematurely. Sorry, it's deleted (as in poor taste).
With a couple of tweaks ... that one image can look spectacular!