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Soldato
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Killa_ken said:
How do i find those out? :p
Oh, terribly sorry.

When you open your image in Photoshop, edit the Image Size (Image > Image Size) to get the picture size as you want it, then choose the File > Save As option and move the slider until you get the balance between quality and filesiza that you are after.

Or you can just right-click on the original JPEG, choose Properties > Summary > Advanced and copy down the vital statistics. Usually these are the most useful:

Camera | Focal Length | Shutter Speed | Lens Aperture | ISO Speed | Metering Mode |
 
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My views are similar to Mr_Sukebe's.. don't like the corners and the horizon is crooked.. can see the potential though and nice colours..

The dark corners at first look suggested that you had used a wrong size lens hood which had darkened the corners.
 
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