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Jul 24, 2006 02:26 |  #1

this is my first time posting a picture, so please be gentle :)

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Jul 24, 2006 02:58 |  #2

Nice setting, is the originals quality also this bad?


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Jul 24, 2006 03:45 |  #3
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I'm sure the banding is from high compression.


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Jul 24, 2006 04:57 |  #4

I agree...


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Jul 24, 2006 06:03 |  #5

I like it, would just crop the poeple sitting to the right out!
As others said... the poor quality I am sure is from compressing


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Jul 24, 2006 06:18 |  #6

O try to clone out the security camera too,.


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Jul 24, 2006 07:15 |  #7

Is that the Groom ;)

Strange looking jacket...




  
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Jul 24, 2006 09:41 as a reply to  @ DAG123's post |  #8

the groom (that's me) is wearing a Barong Tagalog. Its from the Phillipines. Its like the tuxedo here. :)


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Jul 24, 2006 09:42 as a reply to  @ OdiN1701's post |  #9

OdiN1701 wrote:
I'm sure the banding is from high compression.

is there any other way for me to compress pictures without loosing so much qualty?


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Jul 24, 2006 10:55 |  #10

I love the shot, but am not a fan of tilting the camera when you have these big pillars


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Jul 24, 2006 11:07 |  #11

i agree with jillybean. I think I would have liked to see the colums straight in this particular photo.




  
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Jul 24, 2006 12:17 |  #12

Irfan view!!! (To resize) search for it on google its free


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Jul 24, 2006 13:38 |  #13

may be ok to rotate it counter clock wise to straighten it up and crop the two people sitting to the right of the frame, also clone out the camera as sugested.


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Jul 24, 2006 18:23 |  #14

this shot has alot of elements that make it spectacular. Unfortunately the angle (high) and tilt doesn't complement it. At least for me. The distance to the B&G and the huge pillars dwarfs the subject matter.
Also the sides with the wooden ceiling (left) and the lobby with people playing checkers?(right) is distracting.
I would get up close, maybe shoot from waist height of the subject matter, portrait styled and allow the pillars as the background. This will also remove that 'glowing' table at the rear. One can spend a long time just shooting along this corridor!


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