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Handheld night time photo with Fujifilm Finepix F420. Natural color with slight sharpening and slight tweaking of black and white point.
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Originally posted by tonton
Sunset on Lamma

Handheld night time photo with Fujifilm Finepix F420. Natural color with slight sharpening and slight tweaking of black and white point.

Nice sunset Tonton.
post #43 of 264
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Originally posted by Mac on a Mac
I like the Water in Death valley image. Several layors give it a lot of deapth.

Thanks, I have scanned it from an A4 cibachrome (I took this picture a long time ago) and restaured the true colors and the true contrast. The so-called Professional lab ruined my pic with low contrast and a slighty yellish color cast.
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Originally posted by superkarate monkeydeathcar
My sons walking the bales.

Nice and original pic
post #46 of 264
May I make a suggest? I think it would be interesting if you would also post what equipment you took the photo with.
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Originally posted by OldCodger73
May I make a suggest? I think it would be interesting if you would also post what equipment you took the photo with.

Yes
My first pic (my garden) was taken with a 20 D and a 24-70 2,8 L

The second pic (Death valley) was taken with my 50 mm Canon 2,5 with Kodak ektar 100 iso on an EOS 10 (not the digital one)
post #48 of 264
Sadly I don't really know how to work .mac yet and can't figure out how to link to an individual picture yet, but you can check out some pictures if you like..........


Some Costa Rica Pics
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Ground Zero as seen from the corner of Liberty and West st (April 2004)

Put this in my desktops, but i like it so much i thought i'd put it here too.

I took it with a Sony CyberShot DSC-F77, and I have no idea why i like it so much, it just seems to capture something, for me anyway
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Originally posted by Powerdoc
I am sorry for the tags, but it don't work. I can't do anything with the admin control panel. Normally it should work.

Fixed
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Thi
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it's hard to take a bad photo here. (Canon T50, don't remember which lens)
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Here is one from, I believe it was Sunset Crater park



Wupatki National Park

Nick

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post #54 of 264
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Originally posted by trick fall
Sadly I don't really know how to work .mac yet and can't figure out how to link to an individual picture yet, but you can check out some pictures if you like..........


Some Costa Rica Pics

just put your individual picture(jpg) in the "sites" folder and then your url would be
http://homepage.mac.com/yourusername/yourpic.jpg
post #55 of 264

Me making new friends at Saguaro NP, near Tucson, AZ.

Minolta Dynax 7000i on Kodachrome, scanned recently from a 7 years old diapositive
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Sunrise on Xmas day last year, taken in the North off England, near Newcastle.

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post #57 of 264
Various pictures from my travels.


When I lived in Grenada we made a trip to the old airport at Pearl. This is an old Cuban airliner that has been sitting there since the US invasion of 1983.
Taken with an Olympus C50.


Some friends and I made a visit to New York in March of 2001 before moving there. This photo looked to me like something that could be in a JCrew catalog.
Taken with an Olympus C50.


One of the stunning sunsets that I saw everyday I lived in Grenada. A great sight to help unwind after a long hard day of studying.
Taken with a Canon S100.
post #58 of 264
Is that you house, Kishan?

Edit: Mods, can we also get a rule of no pictures wider than 640 pixels?
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Same "picture." Different edits.

Original:



Edit:



Sometimes home provokes different moods.
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This is a picture of my hand taken by my girlfriend in 2004. She used a very old Russian camera that was once the zenith of photography but is now just a simple, old camera. She's a photography student though, and everybody at her college drools over the camera. I don't know why.

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post #61 of 264
Wanchai from the Star Ferry

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Originally posted by ShawnJ
Is that you house, Kishan?

Edit: Mods, can we also get a rule of no pictures wider than 640 pixels?

Goodness, I wish! No that is the corner of the east wing of the library on the campus of the St. Georges University School of Medicine.
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i'll get her yet
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Originally posted by superkarate monkeydeathcar
i'll get her yet

Got her yet?
post #65 of 264
lol
did you see it while it was up? I think it was 2300 x 1800.

I would have been crucified!

I know I have a smaller one but I think it's in my iBook.
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Just link to it?
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Vb allow us to define a size limit for pics. If a majority want a limitation we can do it.
BTW people should not post giant pics.
post #68 of 264
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Originally posted by Powerdoc
Vb allow us to define a size limit for pics. If a majority want a limitation we can do it.
BTW people should not post giant pics.


Is there any forum script that automatically resizes photos that are bigger than, say, 600X450 ?

People could go on about posting pictures of any size they like, however, the script would resize their pictures to some resolution that would not mess up the thread.

I don't know if this is possible?
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post #69 of 264
I would like to see pictures no wider than 640 pixels.
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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by ShawnJ
I would like to see pictures no wider than 640 pixels.

I'm working on some rules for CC and that will be among them.

Hopefully we can get our administrator! to follow them.
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post #71 of 264
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Originally posted by Gene Clean
Is there any forum script that automatically resizes photos that are bigger than, say, 600X450 ?

People could go on about posting pictures of any size they like, however, the script would resize their pictures to some resolution that would not mess up the thread.

I don't know if this is possible?

I don't think that automatic resizing is possible, and even if it was the case it should stress too much the server.

We can only set size limits (horizontal, vertical) and the weight in KB of the pic.
post #72 of 264
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Originally posted by Powerdoc
I don't think that automatic resizing is possible, and even if it was the case it should stress too much the server.

We can only set size limits (horizontal, vertical) and the weight in KB of the pic.


I see. Well that would be good too. It's a mess now; you have to scroll and scroll to see a picture.
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post #73 of 264
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Originally posted by Gene Clean
I see. Well that would be good too. It's a mess now; you have to scroll and scroll to see a picture.

For the moment I have limited the size pic at 900 per 900. We are going to make a poll about this.
Size of pic under 900 are perfect for me, but I have a 20 inch screen
post #74 of 264
Thread Starter 
640x520 I think is the best idea.

Good coders assume a 1024x768 resolution.
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post #75 of 264
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Originally posted by groverat
640x520 I think is the best idea.

Good coders assume a 1024x768 resolution.

I can understand a horizontal limit, but does there have to be a vertical limit?
post #76 of 264
Yeah-- even on my Powerbook, I don't think a vertical limit is really necessary. I think it should also be 640 pixels maximum...
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I wish the window would've been cleaner....but here it is 1/3 the size.
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Originally posted by superkarate monkeydeathcar


I wish the window would've been cleaner....but here it is 1/3 the size.

very nice! Taken from the John Hancock building?
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Big John!*

*what my father always called it when it came into view.
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Taken last summer:

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