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post #5521 of 10508
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Originally Posted by r31ncarnat3d View Post

Not to get off topic, but that photo was taken by a 50D, not a D3k or a crappy, not-decent camera confused.gif

Yes it was, the 50D wasn't mine (would have to save for a while to get one of those) I just liked the way the pic came out. At the expense of sounding like an idiot how can you tell?
post #5522 of 10508
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Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

Yes it was, the 50D wasn't mine (would have to save for a while to get one of those) I just liked the way the pic came out. At the expense of sounding like an idiot how can you tell?

EXIF Data. Every photo has metadata that you can view with the right tools. For local files, you can just right click -> Properties -> Details to see all the info. In browser, you can either download the photos to your computer and look at EXIF locally, or use a browser plugin (I'm using this for Chrome).

All I have to do is hover my mouse over the photo to see the details. This is what I see on my end:

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post #5523 of 10508
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Originally Posted by r31ncarnat3d View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

Yes it was, the 50D wasn't mine (would have to save for a while to get one of those) I just liked the way the pic came out. At the expense of sounding like an idiot how can you tell?

EXIF Data. Every photo has metadata that you can view with the right tools. For local files, you can just right click -> Properties -> Details to see all the info. In browser, you can either download the photos to your computer and look at EXIF locally, or use a browser plugin (I'm using this for Chrome).

All I have to do is hover my mouse over the photo to see the details. This is what I see on my end:

Ah cool I didn't know about that, I lost nearly all my photos when my raid array went down so all I have left is a few on my photobucket, and very few of them are any decent quality. Stupid on my part to save on a raid 0 array.
post #5524 of 10508
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

4/10 Not edited? Needs work.
Ignore the watermark at teh bottom..I'm just seeing how the vertical logo may look like and I'm too lazy to adjust the lightroom 3 exportsettings lol.
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IMG_3921-Edit-Edit.jpg by seanwebster1212, on Flickr

10/10
I think that this is an incredible photo. One of the best i have seen.
Sure i see that there is a loss of detail where the light reflects off the chrome and paint, but i think that this really adds to the overall feel.
Ever since i saw this photo, i keep looking back and thinking about it, it had a big impact on me. Thanks!

Here is a picture of my dad.
EDIT: Wow, the picture loses a lot when linked via Photobucket.
Does flicker have better quality, or are all the online photo uploders the same quality/compression?
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Edited by micro5797 - 12/10/11 at 8:28am
post #5525 of 10508
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Originally Posted by mokona99 View Post

10/10! Good lighting!
Girlfriend and I took some photos of the dress that she made.
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WoW1 nice picture, Im so jelly
post #5526 of 10508
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Originally Posted by micro5797 View Post


10/10
I think that this is an incredible photo. One of the best i have seen.
Sure i see that there is a loss of detail where the light reflects off the chrome and paint, but i think that this really adds to the overall feel.
Ever since i saw this photo, i keep looking back and thinking about it, it had a big impact on me. Thanks!

Thanks, I appreciate it. smile.gif
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EDIT: Wow, the picture loses a lot when linked via Photobucket.
Does flicker have better quality, or are all the online photo uploders the same quality/compression?

IDK, I know I can set up a max size of 1024x768 i think and I can adjust eh output quality via lightroom 3 when I export. Maybe the export settings are bad or something?
post #5527 of 10508
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

4/10 Not edited? Needs work.
Ignore the watermark at teh bottom..I'm just seeing how the vertical logo may look like and I'm too lazy to adjust the lightroom 3 exportsettings lol.
6483011229_3944dac6a0_b.jpg
IMG_3921-Edit-Edit.jpg by seanwebster1212, on Flickr

7/10... I like the photo, but there's too much blank space on the right. It's handy as a placeholder for your name, but it does nothing for the image. A tighter crop would have made it much better.
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Originally Posted by micro5797 View Post

10/10
I think that this is an incredible photo. One of the best i have seen.
Sure i see that there is a loss of detail where the light reflects off the chrome and paint, but i think that this really adds to the overall feel.
Ever since i saw this photo, i keep looking back and thinking about it, it had a big impact on me. Thanks!
Here is a picture of my dad.
EDIT: Wow, the picture loses a lot when linked via Photobucket.
Does flicker have better quality, or are all the online photo uploders the same quality/compression?
new650.png

6/10... It's too tightly cropped... the action is missing from the shot.


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post #5528 of 10508
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10/10, good light and his eyes are nice and sharp.

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post #5529 of 10508
7/10, for some reason it just doesn't grab my attention.

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post #5530 of 10508
3/10 I don't find anything in the picture. But focus and exposure are on.

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