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Posted 20/06/2010 - 01:57 Link
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Thanks Tim I Finally Got It!!!!!
Posted 20/06/2010 - 03:00 Link
Nice work Darlene, it is a bit crooked which is distracting....but the fireworks are wonderful. I want to be able to take firework pics too...did you use a night scene mode?

Ohhh the magic of Disney!!!! I have never been there, how many times have you been to Disney world.
Posted 20/06/2010 - 03:11 Link
Thanks Judith...I did know it was crooked I geuss I was more concern if i could posted it here.
No I did not use the night scence...just the flash...I've been there only once, this year in Jan.
Posted 20/06/2010 - 04:51 Link
Good to see an image of yours here Darlene!
Posted 20/06/2010 - 16:29 Link
Glad to see it Darlene!

One more tip, after clicking on the 'All sizes' button on Flickr you have a choice of image sizes. Using the 'large' size URL will give you a full width pic here on PUF (it is slightly shrunk from Flickr's 1024 wide down to PUF's 800 wide, but that's how I post all my pics and I don't notice any serious problems).
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Posted 20/06/2010 - 18:07 Link
An exciting image, Darlene. Nice to see it.
Best wishes,


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Posted 20/06/2010 - 19:05 Link
It's a nice fireworks image, Darlene. I am just wondering about the flash you say that you have used. How could flash contribute to this image?

Btw, the image has disappeared from the thread - at least on my machine
Best regards

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