|01/19/2004 12:04:26 AM|
by j_calvertComment by Shelley:
try and make yur post bigger. I think that this photo would have shown much better that way. I usally do around 600 x whatever at 72dpi. that makes it about 6 inches wide at 72 dpi. Usually falls within the limits of dpc downloads and is a better size to view. Looks like a nice photo to hard to really see
|01/18/2004 11:36:45 AM|
|01/18/2004 08:21:19 AM|
by j_calvertComment by Glen King:
This might be a neat image, but I can hardly see it. Next time make use of the full dimensions and file size allowed. See the rules section.
|01/16/2004 10:32:53 PM|
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|01/16/2004 10:30:52 AM|
|01/15/2004 10:07:06 AM|
by j_calvertComment by Shannon:
This picture is so small it is hard to see any detail, looks like a beautiful mountain shot but really too small to tell.
|01/15/2004 01:24:17 AM|
by j_calvertComment by radur:
I think it was better to submit this photo larger with bigger dimensions to obtain a powerful image
|01/14/2004 10:07:17 PM|
|01/14/2004 08:51:09 PM|
by j_calvertComment by LoudDog:
I'm not going to say it's too small because you will get a lot of other people telling you that. I won't say there is no interesting point of view either...
It is a nice lanscape shot, and that's what I like to take pictures of (unfortunatly most people here don't seem to like landscape shots...). I'll vote you well just to counter the anti-landscapers.
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