From Flickr, for example here's what I do:
Open the image you want to post, and then from Actions, choose: View All Sizes.
Then choose the size you want to post (the GetDPI forum is optimized for 900 pixel on the long side, so stay under that if you can). Then when the size you want is open, Right Click on that Image, and choose Copy Image Address.
With that copied, you can post the image address on the GetDPI forum using the little yellow box above the reply window.
Hope this explanation makes sense, and is of some use to you.
Here are some more, thanks for the info lloyd. much appreciated.
Still uploading some more after these.
and some more... lovin the D3X, i wonder if anyone can guess which images are D2Xs and which are D3x.
very good eye lloyd, actually it was for Autocar middle east magazine and they had no budget for the studio, so i took it out into a dessert road with no ambient lights and went wild with the torch. This has saved some of my clients a lot of cash but still getting something that could pass for the studio. The BMW and GTR are done with the light painting and i also have a little aston martin on its way. will post it next.
I hate cheap clients but everyone has a budget i suppose.
and some more.
I think the images are looking a little pixelated and have lost a fair amount of detail when i upload them?
and a few more. Including a 3 minute photo-shoot with kevin Spacey
Awww. Thanks mate.
I think i went a little over the top with the random selections.lol......
Very happy that they are going down well.
I'm a little frustrated that the image quality is dropping when i upload though. The D3x images are looking quite low res.
From the archives...
awesome. lovin it
BTW: Rayyan, I'm fairly sure, you know that view from your journeys "here and there and everywhere" , and the trip wasn't arduous all-over, some fun as well, I may reassure you of that!
Best regards - Hermann
As for the resizing, resolution issues. Have you clicked on your thumbnails? When you do, if you click again on the larger version that opens you'll see that you can click on it yet again and a much larger version opens. I've done so with a number of your images, and they look really good that way. It issue in general is one reason why many of us prefer to post the larger version (still web resolution, but not as thumbnails). That way the images appear as we wish them to appear. BTW, the forum does add a little sharpening, so you may have to test a bit to find the right mix for your taste.
Again, glad you decided to join us. Looking forward to more.
My 15-year-old niece drops in two of her 15 points for the game.
D3s, 85/1.4G @ f1.4, 1/1000, ISO 1600:
Steve: Mahalo, Duke Stevahanamoku!
Corlan: Thank you!
Rayyan: Thanks. Actually she didn't go into any of those shops. She was with me having a milkshake. That's the life!
Rayyan: Very cool photo! Excellent! Nice skin tone and color.
Pete: These dance photos of yours are stunning! The body positions you capture here make an elegant composition.
Jorgen: Great framing. Beautiful IQ.
Rayyan: Superb image! The pp really suits. (insert salute here)
Jorgen: "Sweet Order" is a great capture. She's unnervingly peppy appearing.
Hermann: Great images! Very good focus. Although, I think the Audi Q7 was a designer's mistake. IMHO.
Hermann: Beautiful photos and a beautiful place to cross country ski.
bahr: Those are great images! All of them! Thanks for posting. Looking forward to more. (insert thumbsup here)
Rayyan: Every image is a pleasant surprise! The asymmetrical balance in this photo's brilliant. I think the strong lines created by his look and the rail are offset by his mass and the column. (insert thumbsup here)
Lloyd: Perfect shot!!! (insert salute here)
1. D7000; 28-300mm; 93mm; 1/1600s @ f/10; ISO 1000
2. D7000; 28-300mm; 300mm; 1/2500s @ f/5.6; ISO 1000
3. D7000; 28-300mm; 42mm; 1/800s @ f/11; ISO 1000
Very nice work bahr!
bring back some memories. But faded ones!!
But it was not so crowded. I like quiet. Hush. The rustle of the coconot leaves, hear the waves. Not kids screaming!!
I hope you had a good time!!
Remember, me and the model in the hotel? I posted a photo here previously.
Well it would appear, that models can't keep away from me. Or I away from them.
I do not particularly like dolled up girls ( gender neutral ). I avoid them, but..
There I am waiting for Aria to take me back to the hotel. I have had a full day of meeting and talking to people in the market place. 50mm at the ready!
Something catches my eye, to my right. I step back. Peer inside. I am tired.
Looked interesting though!
I walk in. 50mm at the ready. Dirty Harry..make my day, I think.
I look at the..no not the model. She is run of the mill, she can wait.
I am a frontal man myself. For anything. ' Kiss You ' she was shouting!!
I want to see what I should be kissing ( or whatever!! ).
I move forward. Sorry sir, this is private. What is? This shoot.
I just want to Kiss, says I. The Model? says the boom man. No.
He has a grin. Who then? he asks in anticipation.
The girl..the ' Kiss You ' girl of course. Not the model. Too much lipstick, says I.
The model is hot. ( temperature and humidity ). Wipe, powder. Her grin is gone. She stares at me. Then at someone behind me.
Please leave now, sir. Bad breadth, I smell from behind me. Bouncer, Ugly, BBIIGG!
Stupid I am, Dumb No.
What about the ' Kiss You '. A smile, her eyes meet mine. Did I read them say
Now, please. The Ugly.
The Good, Bad and the Ugly. The Ugly wins. I leave. But I shall return!
I promise to myself. I shall do a model here. Me and her. Alone. Or I shall make a Model. Promise.
I kept that promise. I shall tell the story some other time. What a Model, I made.
I returned. Did a ' shoot '. She has her first audition. I might return to Bali.
You live a dangerous life filled with pleasure. Great story, lovely photo
Beside the Dubaļ skyline, really like the Accord shot - not sure what level of processing is involved, but the result's absolutely top notch.
Superb portrait, totally different style... a classic.
Eventually, the one below might be my favorite.
(oh, nice bike, too, and good photo btw)
Excellent action shot!
Not for this specific photo, but isn't the 85mm a bit short for this kind of session on FF?
Love the one quoted just above, Matt. Both modern and bringing up memories, when we were young and unmindful, crispy sand under the feet, gentle sun on our shoulders.
(note: had a good laugh... "Not a very big ocean"...)
Hope you got your kiss (and i don't mean from the big guy)
I have a friend here who covers the Utah Jazz for AP. He uses Canon, and shoots with two cameras, one mounted with a 300/2.8 for shots when they are at the far end of the court, and the other mounted with an 85/1.2 for the near court. He's using the 1DsMKIV, so he has a cropped sensor, but he shoots from a little to one side of the basket, so he gets about the same perspective as I had in close and centered.
I thought it worked well for me. I tried with the 70-200, but found I preferred using the prime. Less to think about, and that new "G" lens focuses in a heartbeat, which was a big plus.