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chunx2005

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After a good month out I am back - Afraid so.
I have updated my website with a new collection for my bets shots with my new camera so far as I had the quality setting WAY to high. If there are any shots you liked that are missing then just email me.
I am planning some trips this week to Barrow and maybe to Bluebell way again (if I am brave enough) Plus the Warley show this weekend.
Thanks to those who checked for updates - they will come soon.
If you have a minute or two to have a look then my site is
www.ah-trains.fotopic.net
Also included a very nice little game at the botton :toothy2:
Thanks
Andy :angel8: :tongue1:
 
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Some nice photos there.

Quick suggestion. Use some Image software (like Paint Shop Pro or Adobe Photoshop) to resize your images.

PS - Never noticed you had gone *runs for cover*
 

chunx2005

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David Thanks for the advice - the images probably weren't very good any way and I dont really have much time anymore to resize.
Know I dont post that much on here but i hadn't been on for a long time untill this week.
 

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Irfanview, which is freely downloadable, allows batch reprocessing of images as well as having some other basic editing tools.
 

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David Thanks for the advice - the images probably weren't very good any way and I dont really have much time anymore to resize.
Know I dont post that much on here but i hadn't been on for a long time untill this week.
FinePixViewer which came with your camera can also resize images
 
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