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Madis
10th August 2007, 03:53 AM
heh what do u think of this signature?
i was bored and made it ^^
http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/9752/untitled7hj1.jpg

Madis
10th August 2007, 03:54 AM
PS! Taty there with the 2008 flare ;)

windsurferdagg
10th August 2007, 04:42 AM
man I still can't figure out how to get an avatar... let alone get a picture in the signature...

does the avatar need to be exactly 100 by 100 pixels?

Madis
10th August 2007, 04:51 AM
well yeah, i can modify the avatar for you, just send me the picture my avatars actual size :
http://www.windsurfjournal.com/virtual/2/FCKImages/Magazine/Matos/2007/StarboardWave2008/AcidEvo2.jpg
and the signature:
http://www.windsurfjournal.com/virtual/2/images/news/StarboardFlare2008.jpg

windsurferdagg
10th August 2007, 05:00 AM
hmmm... alright, I will have to think about the pic I want to use. If I don't get it in 15 minutes, I will send'em over

Thanks a lot

thomas

mark h
10th August 2007, 06:21 AM
Just testing to see if my pis is there now.
:)

steveC
10th August 2007, 06:57 AM
Hi Madis,

In the latest post above, You've presented some interesting shots. However, I would lose the "Madis" signatures in the frame of some of the photos. In these type of scenarios, the photo guy can claim his "stamp" by locating it outside the frame of reference , as this is the proper and accepted balance between the photographer and subject. Outside of the intimate circumstances between the photographer and subject, a design guy must rely on higher levels of recognition that aren't always readily apparent in the individual images themselves.

Not trying to be too negative here, but that's more in line with accepted protocol.

windsurferdagg
10th August 2007, 08:54 AM
I must have read wrong, I tried soo many times to get that avatar up. Just realized that it has to be exaclty 100 by 100 pixels. So if you have photoshop, just crop the image, and great image size to 100 by 100 pixels...

and mark h? nice typo ;-) your pis isn't there now :-)

Thomas

Madis
10th August 2007, 10:32 PM
steveC wrote:
Hi Madis,

In the latest post above, You've presented some interesting shots. However, I would lose the "Madis" signatures in the frame of some of the photos. In these type of scenarios, the photo guy can claim his "stamp" by locating it outside the frame of reference , as this is the proper and accepted balance between the photographer and subject. Outside of the intimate circumstances between the photographer and subject, a design guy must rely on higher levels of recognition that aren't always readily apparent in the individual images themselves.

Not trying to be too negative here, but that's more in line with accepted protocol.


Come to think of it, I agree with you, so i lost the "Madis" ^^

Thanks!