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waiting at window

By cartoonkatie
Total newbie been browsing this site for the last 2hours so i thought id join and see what i can learn

Tags: Sad Girl Black and white Close-up and macro Portraits and people

Voters: woolybill1, mars, andrewrit and 5 more


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mars 13 England
29 Jul 2008 11:56PM
Just spotted this lovely capture!

M
30 Jul 2008 12:00AM
Great capture...and a great expression well caught!
Andy
woolybill1 Plus
14 37 78 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2008 12:08AM
Welcome aboard, Katie. Not too clueless really!
Classic composition putting the eyes almost on the third of the frame; nice mono treatment too. There are two small highlights on the right edge of the frame that would be better removed, but in general terms a really promising image.
Bill
30 Jul 2008 12:25AM
ty for comments Smile and yes i am clueless just took me 20 min to figure out how to make pics smaller so its gonna be a while b4 i get a hang of editing them too, just looked at coral draw to have a go and got totally lost !! its gonna be a long process
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4247 Canada
30 Jul 2008 12:47AM
The image is actually too small, - should be bigger!

Its 240 X 320 and should be 600 at its longest side, - if you upload again in the bigger size it will look much better, - its a good shot.

W
tripodted 15 32 1 Northern Ireland
30 Jul 2008 7:34AM
Welcome aboard. This is a good image. I like the light and the sad longing look in the girls face.
Ted
woolybill1 Plus
14 37 78 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2008 12:43PM
Hi again, Katie. The Techniques section of this site has various tips for resizing photos for uploading. I can't find any reference to Coreldraw but there is a reference to a piece of free software; you can find the article by clicking on {link=https://www.ephotozine.com/article/Resize-your-photos-for-the-web]this link[/link].

Alternatively you can download a free image manipulation programme from Google called Picasa2 (it is a Google product, it's very straightforward to use) which I think includes a resizing facility.
Best of luck,
Bill

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