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Old 24-02-15, 04:26 PM
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I recently went on a Bird Photography 1 day course these are some of the photos. As you will see MR Ratty paid a visit at the same time

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They look great Rob but are too small!
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Old 24-02-15, 05:13 PM
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Lovely pictures but would agree with Peter, they are a bit small.
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Hello All,
When I looked at how to upload the photos it said there was a size limit of 19.5kb for JPEG. Or have I done it the wrong way?
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I have now made an album but not sure how to make in accessible to everyone. Even there the size limit is 95.5. I have now also started a Flickr Album can I make this available from here?
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Can't see a link to the photos from your post, but can access the album. The pictures look nice and sharp, but a tad over-exposed to me; a bit pale so the colours appear slightly washed out. That said, I'd be happy with them.

Can you post some details of the course please?

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Thanks - the photos are straight from the camera unprocessed so I could address those issues in photishop

The course in run by Ron McCombe based in the Scottish Borders if you search you will find his web page. The course runs for 3 hours.
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A great set of images in your Flickr Album Rob! Thanks for the link.
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Thanks - the photos are straight from the camera unprocessed so I could address those issues in photishop

The course in run by Ron McCombe based in the Scottish Borders if you search you will find his web page. The course runs for 3 hours.
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