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    Hill View

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    Looking back towards Australia from Thursday Island
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    The result of tethering the IQ180 on a Cambo WRS with a Surface Pro3

    Mesquite Sand Dunes, Death Valley

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Don, unless this is a night shot, something is up--I assume your copyright is white and clouds usually drift in long exposures. For me, your image looks dark--I profile my monitor. What ICC profile do you have attached to your image?

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    Will, daylight shot and my copyright is white. I'm on the road right now and have to content with a wonky laptop.
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    I've been telling Don for years to move to Mac and invest in a good profiling puck

    Seriously though, you may want to dial your monitor brightness back about 1/3 of the way down or so, it may help some for now...
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    Kinda like the mood of the shot...

    Did a little work on it before heading out the door (in Tahoe w/Ken Doo) this time using C1 with layers and opening the shadows a bit.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogs857 View Post
    Hill View

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    Looking back towards Australia from Thursday Island
    Brings back memories - TI State School was the first school I attended as a child in the early 1960's - it was different back then, my Dad was Harbour Master and I was bare footed urchin roaming the island, playing in the old hill top forts and sailing our tin canoes off the beach.

    And I guess the wind still blows a gale more often than not.

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    You might know this spot well then Mal, small world

    This is from Millman Hill. Horn Island is the one in the foreground to the left and this is looking south down the channel to Bamaga.

    I reckon this place may have changed a bit since you were here, the fort is still there though and one of my favourite places to go and sit at when I need to think.

    That is when the wind doesn't try and blow me off
    Stop chasing gear, start chasing photos instead.

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    Great image . I love that .
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    Ken and I are in South Lake Tahoe scouting out locations for our April non-workshop workshop. Caught this image this morning, Cambo WRS, IQ180 and 40 mm with 5mm shift. f/11 15-seconds and a 10-stop filter.

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    The images I post now seems badly compressed. Maybe I should pick up a few hints from someone in the know as how to maintain (atleast some of) the technical excellence from the originals.
    When I save for web at 1000px wide (ps cc) it shows fine on my monitor.

    Then I upload that image to photobucket.com and then link it in the post here on getdpi. Somewhere in that process the image looses a lot of its glory.....where am I going wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    The images I post now seems badly compressed. Maybe I should pick up a few hints from someone in the know as how to maintain (atleast some of) the technical excellence from the originals.
    When I save for web at 1000px wide (ps cc) it shows fine on my monitor.

    Then I upload that image to photobucket.com and then link it in the post here on getdpi. Somewhere in that process the image looses a lot of its glory.....where am I going wrong?
    I noticed that a couple days ago as well. Not something I have seen before, so perhaps there is a change in the posting chain somewhere.

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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    Dan,

    I have started linking to photos on Flickr and have been getting much better display on GetDPI. That may be due to proper Retina display integration, as it links to images with twice the end resolution. This may be undesirable if you want to limit the resolution viewers can screen-grab, but it makes for much better (sharper) displayed images. Look at posts by Michiel Schierbeek or Barry Haines in the "Fun with Sony A7..." thread for good examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    The images I post now seems badly compressed. Maybe I should pick up a few hints from someone in the know as how to maintain (atleast some of) the technical excellence from the originals.
    When I save for web at 1000px wide (ps cc) it shows fine on my monitor.

    Then I upload that image to photobucket.com and then link it in the post here on getdpi. Somewhere in that process the image looses a lot of its glory.....where am I going wrong?
    I think it is photobucket's server compressing the image files. I host my own website for file storage and image linking, and my images never look compressed after linking here, so I do not think it is this forum.

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    i have the same issue. i use flickr but still find my images to be un sharp. Member Kimyeesan seems to be able to post razor crisp images. i wonder what service are you using to host your pictures?

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    Thank you all! I read some info on photobucket and it actually says that it does not compress any uploaded images.

    I'm testing the image below in that instead of saving it in photoshop as 'save for web' I kept it at 300dpi and saved as normal jpg but downsized to 1000px. Does it look crisper to you?

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    better i think. I use Flickr's app for Lightroom and the results are not ideal

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    Quote Originally Posted by danlindberg View Post
    Thank you all! I read some info on photobucket and it actually says that it does not compress any uploaded images.

    I'm testing the image below in that instead of saving it in photoshop as 'save for web' I kept it at 300dpi and saved as normal jpg but downsized to 1000px. Does it look crisper to you?
    Crisper than what? (OK. Saw the link, but it tells me to go to a sign in page.)

    The 300dpi number is a placeholder and nothing intrinsic to the image--the pixel dimensions are the only number that counts. After downsizing, I always sharpen. Then I save using Save-for-web to control file size. I do not resize in save-for-web.

    If the place the image is displayed is resized for the site, then I am not sure what you can do--in my blog, the blog image is scaled, but shown at actual size if you click on it. The scaled version is always a little soft.

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    Shashin, good question lol, crisper than what!! Just me thinking maybe a little quick.... It was more a general feel if it felt sharper than my previous images...
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    Dan,

    I don't feed my flickr or 500px accounts, and am only half way at getting a photo shelter site going. So what I have done with the few photos that I've posted is to go through the GetDPI site itself. I upload a photo to the gallery, and then link to that.

    In photoshop, I'm using Tony Kuypers actions, and he has a real simple and effective way to save images for the web. You choose a size to save at and the action resizes your original and pops up several layers that you can then fine tune to your liking. One layer sharpens more aggressively and produces more haloing and has a luminous mask attached to it. On this mask I usually paint 100% black with a small brush over the high contrast edges that will show the haloing. The other sharpening layer is less aggressive. I usually opt to sharped less than his default and lower the opacity of each of these two layers. It's fast and easy and does a good job presenting the image. I then use the save for web to get my jpg.

    Don't know if this helps. By the way…your stuff is great!!!!!

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    I use the PS scripts what Jack (site owner) has created to resize image, works perfectly when you save images on the GetDPI Gallery itself, meaning the image in the post looks exactly as it does on my Retina display shown with Preview (Mac). PM Jack to get the scripts, there is a small charge, but well worth it - it supports the site after all :-).

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    Orient Sports Complex, Shanghai
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    Nice one A, here's my take on today's blue sky
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    Welcome to getdpi Andrew,
    Welcome to the point of no return, wakaka...

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    Friday Island Sunset

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    Last edited by Dogs857; 22nd February 2015 at 04:38.
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    Lantau Peak - before sunrise
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    I'm a long time member and lurker just gathering up the nerve to ante into this game with so many impressive photographers, this my initial photo post.

    Bandon Oregon, A/S Factum, SK60, IQ180, 2mm tilt, 5 frame stitch, warmed up a bit


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    Jump in Mitch, the water is fine.

    I always have the same feeling posting in here, there are some great photographers in this forum. Never quite sure if I will be up to par.

    However, from your first photo I think you will fit right in
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    Sunset The Twelve Apostles
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    Here's one from Mesquite Dunes, Death Valley
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    Navajo Reservation, Arizona
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    Mitch Rouse RM3di SK60 IQ180 6 frame stitch
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    Here's one from last night, shot at the pedestrian area called "Xintiandi", downtown Shanghai.

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    Pt Vincente Light, Palos Verdes Penn, California

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    Lantau Peak, Hong Kong
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    I was in the studio last Sunday shooting the office Vespa. Took longer to detail it than shoot it...three images merged (one base shot of the office, one each with a sunbounce left and right to add fill,) and then edited for some floorboard/wiring work. If the editing is an issue, I can take it down.



    I realize that the outside is hot. I have detail there, but hey, creative license!

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    Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch View Post
    Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

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    Great image
    Looks very brown for the salt.....I like it!

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    I love photography, but also motor sports. (I'm a die hard environmentalist so go figure).

    Fantastic Harry!

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    Gong Qing Park, Shanghai
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Great image
    Looks very brown for the salt.....I like it!

    I've driven 382 mph there
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    yes I warmed it up. Salt there is very white at least at mid-day. This was early morning.

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    I'm definitely still loving the challange to make old tech work. Aptus II 5 with a two image blend. One long exposure (ND) and one short to get static parts noiseless...

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    "Sycamores"
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    Three from Limekiln State Park, Big Sur, CA
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    Limekiln Bench View:


    Limekiln Falls:


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    One from last fall, taken in 3 stitches with a 28HR, and IQ260, iso 50 F11. Location is the Buffalo National River, upper end, Bee Bluff. Wonderful spot where the right bank is lined with Sycamore/Gum/and Maple trees, with a few Dogwoods thrown in for good measure. Loaded as an attachment, but will enlarge a bit when you click on it.

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    One from this past weekend. 3 Image stitch at f/2.8 with the mamiya 110/2.8 on an Alpa STC.
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