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    Here is one I got advice on in Tampa. I don't know how to create those fancy frames, but check this out anyway. The black represents where the image has been cropped. The title has been "Living History" because it is of an ancient working farm in Norway, but for this type of print comp it seems a little unexciting.

    Thanks,
    Elizabeth
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    Granted it's only been 3 hours since I posted on a Friday night, but over 20 views and no comments? Yikes.

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    I'm not so much on critique- but I am having a hard time seeing it so little because there is a lot of detail that mushes together. Is it possible to post it bigger?

    (No, I don't know how - ask Mark L., he knows EVERYTHING!)

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    (No, I don't know how - ask Mark L., he knows EVERYTHING!)
    Obviously you have not met my daughter, who is convinced I don't know a thing.

    Actually, it's really simple. If you have your own website, size the file at something like 600-800 pixels on the long side, and host it there, then link it here, using IMG tags.
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    Okay Mark, my tech guru--my website, which is not technically live, has a long side size of 950 pixels. How about a web gallery image link? I'll try that. I didn't realize 'til I already posted that it was so tiny.

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    Trying again: okay, not. My website is, yes, *STILL* under construction. Working with Big Folio to resolve issues. Probably won't be live before next week. Oh well. I thought the image would be larger n the board.

    Elizabeth

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    Thanks Mark--any comments anyone?

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    Hi Elizabeth;

    Ok, now I see some subjects. I would crop and work around the grazing horse as your center of interest. It needs to go a good bit deeper. I'll study it more and come back. I've got a family group consultation in a few minutes.

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    Thanks D. Craig. I may try another crop.

    Elizabeth

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