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Discussion in 'Introductions...' started by Trish20, Jul 19, 2020.

  1. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    I used the "Upload a File" option but instead of posting the photo, it was a thumbnail. I will have to work on this :(
     
  2. gray1720

    gray1720 Well-Known Member

    There's an option to insert as full image somewhere at the bottom of the upload screen - scroll to the bottom?
     
  3. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    centralLondon2 - resized.jpg

    Success! Thank you Gray :)
     
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  4. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    That’s nice!
     
  5. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    Thank you Pete. :)
     
  6. gray1720

    gray1720 Well-Known Member

    My pleasure!
     
  7. Chester AP

    Chester AP Well-Known Member

    It's a great shot, and almost monochrome - only shades of blue plus black and white.
    I don't expect any beginner's questions from you!
     
  8. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    Thank you for the lovely comments Chester. I took it during lock down and was very fortunate to have that perfect sky :)
     
  9. Chester AP

    Chester AP Well-Known Member

    I think my comment should not have the word 'almost'.
    Your image is truly monochrome because it is all shades of one colour and very unusual because of this.
    Time for a large print to frame and put on a wall?
     
  10. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    Sorry Chester, I have been away and only just seen your post. I have seen a frame with a mount for three or four photos and I am thinking of using it for this photo and a couple of others I took on the same day. :)
     
  11. Chester AP

    Chester AP Well-Known Member

    If buying a frame in which you will fit the print yourself, be careful if the print will be in contact with the glass. If this is the case, do not get a glossy print because a single bit of dust between the glass and the gloss surface will case a 'Newton's rings' effect where air is trapped around the dust. Go for a textured or semi-matt finish on the print to avoid this problem.
     
  12. Trish20

    Trish20 Member

    Thank you Chester :)
     

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