Upload & Sell: Off
Those two have a really nice feel, Edward. Again, reminds me of slide film.
Taking in the sunset in Goderich
M9 & 21 SEM:
I particularly love this 2nd one Ron, where the girl's legs mimic the angles of the posts. Favourite of your 2nd set is the first one.
More generally - re the comment on Flickr upload images sizes, I always just edit my posts and upload directly to FM - is there a drawback in doing this?
I also agree with photo comments from Edward's post on the previous page...
Thanks very much!
I don't think there's really a downside to uploading directly, just that you have to pay an annual fee and some don't wish to do so when there are free hosting options available, such as Flickr. And with Flickr you can take advantage of the whole social-web thing if that's your cup of tea, developing connections with other photographers, building up a following, etc. I also post to Flickr, but have been a bit lazy keeping up with it. It sometimes pays off though, in that I've had serious inquiries from publications about using my photography, and who were actually willing to pay for the use. I suppose it also depends on what you want to do. Some use Flickr, etc., as a showcase of their best work. For me, it's more like a scrap album or journal, with relatively loose edits and broad variety for anyone to sift through, if they have time.
Here are some from central Goderich. Just old grungy stuff that caught my eye. This isn't really indicative of the town, just happened to be near where we parked for dinner...
M9 & 2x 28 Cron, 2x 50 Lux ASPH, 2x 21 Lux
B&W in part because of the ugly sodium vapor street lighting. I'll admit I've been happy to see some cities, such as where I live, switch back to the whiter light of mercury vapor style lighting for use in some promenade-type locations. Makes for much nicer nighttime color photography.