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23rd of April 2002 (Tue), 01:59
Well I guess I've got to dip my foot in the water sooner or later! Here's my G2 gallery link: it's kind of a meager start, but I'm just an amateur with not much time and a lot to learn. (You pro's out there be kind now!)
25th of April 2002 (Thu), 14:05
I see from the number of replies in this forum that it doesn't get too much visibility, does it? I guess we all like to have others look at our own work, but don't have too much time to look at everyone elses! (I'm just as guilty as everyone else.)
25th of April 2002 (Thu), 20:31
Single photo's shared or in the critique gallery here get a lot more attention than galleries, especially if you embed them in your message so people can see them without going elsewhere...
26th of April 2002 (Fri), 11:50
Thanks Stuart. I tried that, but it didn't work from one of my pbase gallery photos I tried to link. I was told that pbase won't let us link individual photos to other web sites. (?)
By the way, I heard that Will may start up the canong2 web site again after he finds a new place to live.
27th of April 2002 (Sat), 23:55
Hey g2jim !! I miss the g2 site ! Hey I got myself a brand new site that im pretty excited about - come see it and sign the guestbook! www.dpdigitalimages.com
hope you are well- how was vacation?
talk to you later
28th of April 2002 (Sun), 02:14
BAH! (Derek) Glad to hear from you. Vacation was great! (See my pbase gallery link above for pictures.) I miss the g2 site too: hopefully it won't be down too much longer. It's kind of late tonight, but I'll definitely look at your site more tomorrow (the home page looks great!).
28th of April 2002 (Sun), 18:58
Correct Jim, Pbase will only let you link to your photo's if you're a supporter (e.g., you pay to use the site) - have a look at www.photo.net if you want to link for free...
29th of April 2002 (Mon), 14:34
You are too modest. For a 'meager start' you posted some stunning images. My favorites are the horses, the shot of the lake through the trees, the old cabin and the cat in the window. But I liked most of them enough to look at them all twice.
I browse through a lot of galleries, but only very rarely comment on them. But that doesn't mean I don't appreciate what I see. I know what you mean about the amount of feedback that you get on this site, but there are just so many galleries to view, and with so many amateur photographers using the G2 (like myself), we are all taking some pretty fine shots.
And since I personally like all feedback, I will close by saying that you could have skipped uploading the Stehekin deer, just too dark in the shade.
Murray (also a NW resident)
30th of April 2002 (Tue), 13:33
Murray - Thanks a lot for your thoughtful comments. PS - I've noticed quite a difference between PC monitors regarding lightness/darkness of images. The deer look fine on mine, so you may want to double-check your monitor settings. Thanks again.
3rd of May 2002 (Fri), 23:34
Great shots. Great variety.
Loved the lake scene with the driftwood in the left forground. It added compostional interest. Loved the raindrops on the spring flowers.
Finally, your nite scene and its wonderful reflections introduces an stronger version of an element that Darryl offered us in his Dallas pool post.
6th of May 2002 (Mon), 13:50
Thanks a lot for your nice comments, Howie.
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