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fidgetbones

The sea slug photos were taken in North West Australia at ningaloo reef.

Forester2

Fabulous picture of the flower - is it British?

Were you in Lanzarote in the micro ligh?.  My husband took lots of arial picutres when he was hang gliding there. 

ginagibbs

This is was taken in my garden using my old faithfull Kodak


 

fidgetbones

I love that double hellebore,  brumbull.

Forester2

Brumbull - the above posts have answered my flower query - 

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ginagibbs

Thanks David, I take this camera everywhere!

fidgetbones

What variety of double hellebore is it, Brumbull.?

little-ann

i have lots of pictures on my computer but some wont load because i think they are too big so what is the optimum size for pictures to be downloaded to this forum please

little-ann

exciting  what sort ?????????

the sunrise was taken by my OH on his fujifilm i think it takes better pictures than my more expensive richo caplio

he gets up at silly o clock every morning

punkdoc

I am going to South Africa soon to go on a safari and see some of the gardens. I need to replace my very old not so good camera and would like to buy a good compact. I would welcome advice as to what is best.

BobTheGardener

Little-ann, I did some experimentation with posting photos to the forum and found that it's the file size which makes the most difference.  If you have a PC, download and install the free "Irfanview" program and load your photos into it.  Use File, Save As and choose Save as type JPG.  You'll see a JPEG/GIF save options screen - move the slider to 75 then click Save on the main window.  The applies just the right amount of file compression to allow full size photos to be posted without noticeably affecting viewing quality.  The original (as saved by the camera) for the photo below was about 1500kb and wouldn't post in a way that could be clicked and the full size seen.  After running it through Irfanview, it is about 300kB.  Edit: I forgot that I also resized to 1920x1080!


 Taken with a Canon 350D, 1s exposure, ISO800, 18-55mm lens @55mm.