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Ronald use the litttle icon on the message toolbar with the little mountain and sun and paste your flickr link in there. It will put
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at the end of your link and you will be able to see your photo posted after you save.

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Thanks, But as you can see it put the IMG in front and back, but all I get is a link. I did add with the yellow mountain
 
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One more of Natalie

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Finally got one to work.
 
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good job...

Ya too may IMG's in the latter one.
Just one
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on the end.. and the picture link in the middle.

Like a IMG sandwich. :biggrin:

Lovely grandaughter btw.
 
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Now it`s working like I know what I am doing.
 
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She liked having here photo done.
 
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Very pretty little girl and some nice poses. A little fill flash might have helped to improve the overall exposure and show here off. Glad you were able to get her pictures on her for all of us to enjoy.
 
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The girl is beautiful, images are quite good and sharp but they are severely underexposed.
If they look good on your monitor, your monitor is too bright and needs to be calibrated.

Note the before and after histogram.

In the before, even the highlights in the sun never get to teh top of the histogram.
Fill flash or exposure compensation would have helped. Digital cameras can't handle this much dynamic range from bright sunlight to shadow, particularly when the important part of the image is in the shadow.

 
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Thanks Mike.

These were all done immediately after a non stop drive from Chicago to Finger Lakes area New York and I was really tired. About 12 hours

Actually they look good on my computer, but notice every trip thru another causes it to go darker. When I bring it back from flickr it looks to dark on my screen too. Somehow they change slightly.
 
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Thanks Mike.
When I bring it back from flickr it looks to dark on my screen too. Somehow they change slightly.
Changes should not be made sequentially in JPG images.
If you shoot jpgs (rather than raw), open the original jpgs, make any changes, save it as a tiff or PSD and make any subequent edits on this tiff.
Opening a jpg, making changes and then re-saving multiple times causes image degradation because of the compression of a jpg. THis would be seen in the loss of fine detail.

Opening to view and then closing (not saving) doesn't hurt the file.
 
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She liked having here photo done.
CUTE! Little Miss Attitude. :biggrin:
 
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