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Old February 23rd, 2018, 05:31 PM
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 06:20 PM
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Christine,

This is an impressive scene. The Roman Senate would have loved to have had such a stadium!

I love the green!


Is this one shot or stitched


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Old February 24th, 2018, 12:38 AM
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Christine,
I noticed that some of your panos are blurred…
Is this intentional?
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Old February 24th, 2018, 07:23 AM
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Christine,

This is an impressive scene. The Roman Senate would have loved to have had such a stadium!

I love the green!


Is this one shot or stitched


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no not stitched ... all one pan...
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Old February 24th, 2018, 07:25 AM
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Christine,
I noticed that some of your panos are blurred…
Is this intentional?
it is enlarged here from the post.... I didn't want to reduce the size.... it looks clear on my laptop when I look at it... it seems that here it's been enlarged some how... is that possible...
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Old February 24th, 2018, 10:00 AM
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Well it is 2647 pixels wide, so if you look at your image wtih the entire image view, unless you have a very large laptop, the view is stressed in size hence seems sharper than it is…
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Old February 24th, 2018, 10:04 AM
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it is enlarged here from the post.... I didn't want to reduce the size.... it looks clear on my laptop when I look at it... it seems that here it's been enlarged some how... is that possible...
You only need to enlarge your original to say 800 to 1000 pixels wide unless it is Detail rich, like a line up of all Olympians with medals, stitched from overlapping shots so we can recognize the facial features of the individual athletes.

For ordinary shots, 1200 pixels and over requires scrolling on most screens anyway! Worse, you can risk getting fuzzy images...

....unless, you are like OPFrs Nicolas Claris, Cem Usakligil, (or the "master", Bart Van Der Wolf or others), and are adept at using enlarging algorithms and sharpening to deceive the eye and maintain the clarity of the pixels, even though we see no more actual detail than present in the recorded image that is enlarged.

Photoshop and other standard programs do well for doubling the size and fairly well for increasing x4.

But as you go further, the sense of "detail" and clear vision is lost, but without seeing smoke or a cloud pass over your scene, our brains can't fathom why the view seems artificial. To some extent, that veiling haze can be removed by either the "clarity" option in Adobe Camera RAW or other software or else use unsharp mask 20% and 60 pixels wide and adjust from there.

This website does not resize your images to fit the page or expand them so we have to scroll. Just post images from 400 to 900 pixels wide and folk will see them. The less magnification you force your original to reach, the better the final image will appear to be!

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Old February 24th, 2018, 12:34 PM
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You only need to enlarge your original to say 800 to 1000 pixels wide unless it is Detail rich, like a line up of all Olympians with medals, stitched from overlapping shots so we can recognize the facial features of the individual athletes.

For ordinary shots, 1200 pixels and over requires scrolling on most screens anyway! Worse, you can risk getting fuzzy images...

....unless, you are like OPFrs Nicolas Claris, Cem Usakligil, (or the "master", Bart Van Der Wolf or others), and are adept at using enlarging algorithms and sharpening to deceive the eye and maintain the clarity of the pixels, even though we see no more actual detail than present in the recorded image that is enlarged.

Photoshop and other standard programs do well for doubling the size and fairly well for increasing x4.

But as you go further, the sense of "detail" and clear vision is lost, but without seeing smoke or a cloud pass over your scene, our brains can't fathom why the view seems artificial. To some extent, that veiling haze can be removed by either the "clarity" option in Adobe Camera RAW or other software or else use unsharp mask 20% and 60 pixels wide and adjust from there.

This website does not resize your images to fit the page or expand them so we have to scroll. Just post images from 400 to 900 pixels wide and folk will see them. The less magnification you force your original to reach, the better the final image will appear to be!

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ok... let me play around with the original...
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Old February 24th, 2018, 12:40 PM
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