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@hacker - 9/10 - i would have made the entire thing b/w and also the isnt straight by just the tiniest bit.

here is another one... HDR. I even resized it for you!


Edited by iCrap - 10/17/11 at 7:24pm
    
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here is another one... HDR. I even resized it for you!
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TIF won't show on this forum...
..... I'm at loss of words ...

Anyway, fixed for you ...


iCrap image, not mine
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@iCrap

Why would you post a photo if you're going to take a better one later? Also get into the habit of resizing your photo, no one wants to view an 8.5 megapixel picture.
Sometimes it's useful to get critique of multiple photos of the same subject, or multiple stages of editing the same photo. People might prefer different aspects of different photos or edits. It can also give those doing the critique more information so they can provide more suggestions.

And this thread is specifically about photos. If you are expecting thumbnails you may be in the wrong place. IMO whatever size photos people want to post (within reason) is fine.

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There's no advantage in posting a picture that large for the purposes of this thread.
I disagree. Some of the original detail that is lost when a photo's dimensions are reduced are relevant to determining the quality of the photo (e.g. noise and sharpness) and necessary to represent it completely. My Internet connection is slow by most people's standards but you don't see me complaining about having high-resolution photos posted here.
Edited by TIGR - 10/17/11 at 9:26pm
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Sometimes it's useful to get critique of multiple photos of the same subject, or multiple stages of editing the same photo. People might prefer different aspects of different photos or edits. It can also give those doing the critique more information so they can provide more suggestions.

And this thread is specifically about photos. If you are expecting thumbnails you may be in the wrong place. IMO whatever size photos people want to post (within reason) is fine.
^this

I like the more detail of the larger photo's
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Sometimes it's useful to get critique of multiple photos of the same subject, or multiple stages of editing the same photo. People might prefer different aspects of different photos or edits. It can also give those doing the critique more information so they can provide more suggestions.

And this thread is specifically about photos. If you are expecting thumbnails you may be in the wrong place. IMO whatever size photos people want to post (within reason) is fine.
I never stated I expected thumbnails. But uploading an image greater than the resolution of most monitors doesn't add to the critique of a photo. The purpose of this thread is to rate photos, not pixel peep. I know that OCN automatically resizes the photos to fit viewing, but it's a bad habit to upload larger pictures than necessary.
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I never stated I expected thumbnails. But uploading an image greater than the resolution of most monitors doesn't add to the critique of a photo. The purpose of this thread is to rate photos, not pixel peep. I know that OCN automatically resizes the photos to fit viewing, but it's a bad habit to upload larger pictures than necessary.
ok I think we have hijacked this thread enough.

I am sorry for playing a part in the hijacking
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Sometimes it's useful to get critique of multiple photos of the same subject, or multiple stages of editing the same photo. People might prefer different aspects of different photos or edits. It can also give those doing the critique more information so they can provide more suggestions.
What? No, not this... not at all. It's the photographer's job to deliver the best they can, not some halfway-processed mediocrity.


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IMO whatever size photos people want to post (within reason) is fine.
Nope. At full size, not only can the image not physically fit 1:1 on any monitor made today, but it's completely unreasonable to view at such a resolution. Do you have any idea how large the print would be at those dimensions? I'm guessing you don't.


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I disagree. Some of the original detail that is lost when a photo's dimensions are reduced are relevant to determining the quality of the photo (e.g. noise and sharpness) and necessary to represent it completely.
Measurebating at 100% makes one look like a joker. Unless you intend to print large, downsizing an image to more reasonable dimensions is most certainly easier to view and faster to load. I don't care about pixel-level noise if the photo is good -- you know, something with substance.
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Let's get this back on track.

 
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post #5149 of 10513
Nice, looks like a ad for lures!! 10/10 just because I am a fisherman myself.

Just for kicks: (not real photography lol, I just like the fact)


Edited by Grath - 10/17/11 at 9:42pm
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3/10... The dog needs to try harder

I'm new to photography as a hobby, so let me know what you think.

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