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Jan 06, 2016 07:09 as a reply to  @ post 17844869 |  #1906

Thanks Gene! I don't see the miniature look, but the place sure has an out of this world look to it!


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Jan 06, 2016 07:22 |  #1907

Stiga wrote in post #17846517 (external link)
If you host a file on POTN (by using the Upload facility), the original size will be retained up yo 1280 pixels along its longest side. If you upload an image larger than 1280 pixels, it will appear as a thumbnail which you can click on.


This image is 1464 pixels wide and was uploaded directly to POTN
Edit: Hmm! That didn't work, they must have increased the max size!


This image is 1024 pixels wide and was uploaded directly to POTN

Before they changed to the new platform the max long edge was 1024 and I was not aware this limitation changed. I use Flickr to host my photo's and link them to POTN and I don't believe there is any physical system in place limiting you on the size of the photo you can display. I know in the old platform there was nothing in place and I don't believe that the new format changed that though I haven't personally tested it. That said, the system administrators eventually catch your oversized post and remove it for you, so it didn't take too long to conform to the requirements. It's been a long time since I uploaded anything directly to POTN, but my recollection is that it would not allow you to upload anything larger than the size limitation.


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Jan 06, 2016 10:13 |  #1908

J-Blake wrote in post #17846614 (external link)
Before they changed to the new platform the max long edge was 1024 and I was not aware this limitation changed. I use Flickr to host my photo's and link them to POTN and I don't believe there is any physical system in place limiting you on the size of the photo you can display. I know in the old platform there was nothing in place and I don't believe that the new format changed that though I haven't personally tested it. That said, the system administrators eventually catch your oversized post and remove it for you, so it didn't take too long to conform to the requirements. It's been a long time since I uploaded anything directly to POTN, but my recollection is that it would not allow you to upload anything larger than the size limitation.

Thanks for the explanation.

BTW, though it did not bother me when I started posting here last month, it must be confusing to some to find that part of the FAQs and "How to" instructions refer to the old vBulletin software which was abandoned 2 years ago:!:


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Jan 06, 2016 10:24 |  #1909

Thanks for the info Stiga, much appreciated.

It's been a few years since I posted here, and things have changed!




  
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Jan 06, 2016 10:57 |  #1910

Here is the way embedded image size limitations works in this forum according to the designer, Pekka. This was posted in Jan of 2015. Max. image size for posting was held to 1280 pix on the long side but apparently, that has been increased. I haven't tested that yet though.

Pekka wrote in post #17392708 (external link)
With AMASS it works like this: We set a rule for MAXIMUM EMBEDDED SIZE. This covers both byte size of the file and pixel size. The rules are there to prevent excessive page download sizes.

All images in posts are verified and checked for size and other things after you post or edit the post. If you embed an image that exceeds either of those limits, the image is not displayed as image, but as an icon + explanation + link to the image. So, you can embed very large photos, they will get linked instead.

The cool thing is that when some day we change the rules, and all photos that were "too large" under the previous rule but fit in the new rule are immediately shown as embedded images. So, the output method is not final, it is "virtual". What is also possible with this system and what is planned for FYEO: member preferences where you can set your own image rules for a device, like "do not show images over 100kb" when on mobile, and "show all images up to 1600 wide and 3MB" when on a big screen computer.


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Jan 06, 2016 18:21 |  #1911

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Jan 06, 2016 19:19 |  #1912

What I love about the first picture is that it looks what's under water are smoldering coals... Nice...




  
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Jan 06, 2016 21:38 as a reply to  @ MalVeauX's post |  #1913

#2 and #3 are quite fantastic.


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Jan 06, 2016 21:45 as a reply to  @ MalVeauX's post |  #1914

Awesome work Malveaux


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Jan 07, 2016 04:57 |  #1915

Moonshiner wrote in post #17847616 (external link)
What I love about the first picture is that it looks what's under water are smoldering coals... Nice...


Jeff Hanson wrote in post #17847765 (external link)
#2 and #3 are quite fantastic.


MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17847774 (external link)
Awesome work Malveaux

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17847774 (external link)
Awesome work Malveaux

+1 :-)


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Jan 07, 2016 12:09 |  #1916

Many of you have seen this shot before but this is more a test of image size limits here. I did re-edit this image using SNS-HDR Pro 2 alpha 3. When I uploaded this image it was 1400 x 935 but the forum uploader resized it to 1280 x 855 automatically.


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Jan 09, 2016 07:36 |  #1917

HDR at night? Why not, didn't cost anything to try :)
I in no way caught what this church presented. The hassle was trying to dodge
the huge spot lights. I had Poof put my backpack in front of one of them, and used the
oak tree to block another.
7 shots, merged in LRcc.
The Trinity Cathedral in Davenport is really spectacular, dont let me poor attempt turn you
away from a visit; we found it driving the area at night looking for photo ops-

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Jan 10, 2016 10:30 |  #1918

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17850932 (external link)
HDR at night? Why not, didn't cost anything to try :)
I in no way caught what this church presented. The hassle was trying to dodge
the huge spot lights. I had Poof put my backpack in front of one of them, and used the
oak tree to block another.
7 shots, merged in LRcc.
The Trinity Cathedral in Davenport is really spectacular, dont let me poor attempt turn you
away from a visit; we found it driving the area at night looking for photo ops-

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Necessity is the mother of invention :-) I like what you have done


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Jan 10, 2016 17:09 |  #1919

Thanks Stiga :)

Walking around Moline, we should be shooting eagles but they are so few of them it's not to worry with--so into the ice cream
parlor. Natural? Hmmmm. HDR? Definitely. Pleasing to the eye? You tell me-

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Jan 10, 2016 22:27 |  #1920

Sometimes I go through the HDR process and for what reason? Here is an example. Even now I ask myself why I bracketed
this shot. F1.8, is there are reason to process HDR/Tone Mapping/Exposure blending at such large apertures?
I suppose I was stuck with the challenge (self imposed) of doing the best I could with a boring subject, I mean a rake is a plow is a how is a part of harvester.....

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