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    Regular meaning just average everyday handheld snapshots at home or a friends, and street meaning taking the camera out with the into the city and taking photos.
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    I was out today shooting TX at 800 in Acufine, so I've posted an image and a detail of same with the other examples posted in the Non-Gallery Images Gallery. I wonder if there is some convenient way of assembling all these images on one page. It's turning out to be an interesting comparison.
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    David if you are doing comparisons and discussing them you can put the image right in the middle of the discussion after you have posted to the non image gallery. At the point in the discussion you want the shot click on the [Img] icon and then put the url of the image in, found by going to the image in the gallery and right clicking for properties. Copy and drop in the url and click [Img] again to close out and the image will appear where its needed.
    Example, your closeup of the shot, this one is gotten from the thumbnail:

    And this one gotten from the large image:


    I hope this helps make the discussions more interesting.

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    Thanks. I do that sometimes from images on my own website, but didn't know we could do that from the apug galleries (i.e., I thought we might block links to gallery images for copyright or bandwidth reasons).
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    Actually I would think linking from within the gallery more effective, quicker loads and less liable to turn into dead links unless you delete the image. If you put one in from an outside site such as your own any later searches may be frustrated by the lack of an image to illustrate the discussion if you happen to change the content of your site radically.
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    HP5 @1600 in D76 works for me.


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