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Old Feb 5, 2008, 11:49 AM   #1
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Not so sharp. What do you expect? Sharpness is just a tool used by amateurs :-)


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Old Feb 5, 2008, 2:24 PM   #2
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Well, that´s me. USM 30/250. Smart sharpen 30. Sorry


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Old Feb 6, 2008, 5:33 AM   #3
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Posting the huge versions certainly gives an excellent impression of being beneath the real thing.

As 'Landscape Photos' I also like them when copied & pasted so I could see them the whole frame at once. Bridges are a wonderful subject, especially when you catch the light as strikingly as you did here.
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Old Feb 6, 2008, 6:37 AM   #4
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Posting the huge versions certainly gives an excellent impression of being beneath the real thing.

As 'Landscape Photos' I also like them when copied & pasted so I could see them the whole frame at once. Bridges are a wonderful subject, especially when you catch the light as strikingly as you did here.
Thanks, Alan T. "...being beneath the real thing" - that was the intention.

There are people who can read other people's intentions.

Sometimes I can do that too. It´s a shortcut to other people's minds

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Old Feb 6, 2008, 7:25 AM   #5
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File too large/long? Right click and choose Show image (PC) and the picture will adjust to your monitor. Great for extra large, very high and very long posts. Mac - don´t know
I tried this before, the first time you offered the facility in one of your posts. It didn't work on my setup then, and it doesn't now. I haven't seen anyone else suggest it. If it was that easy, I'd favour relaxation of the '800x600' guidelines.

I believe I am using a completely standard, up to date, IE7 installation under Windows XP/SP2, on a 1280x1024 monitor. The biggest image I can see is by using F11 (full screen), and that isn't big enough. To see your large images I have to copy them elsewhere, and use one of my many different image viewers.
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File too large/long? Right click and choose Show image (PC) and the picture will adjust to your monitor. Great for extra large, very high and very long posts. Mac - don´t know
I tried this before, the first time you offered the facility in one of your posts. It didn't work on my setup then, and it doesn't now. I haven't seen anyone else suggest it. If it was that easy, I'd favour relaxation of the '800x600' guidelines.

I believe I am using a completely standard, up to date, IE7 installation under Windows XP/SP2, on a 1280x1024 monitor. The biggest image I can see is by using F11 (full screen), and that isn't big enough. To see your large images I have to copy them elsewhere, and use one of my many different image viewers.



File too large/long? Right click and choose Show image (PC) and the picture will adjust to your monitor.

Great for extra large, very high and very long posts.

Mac - don´t know. This goes for the internet browser Mozilla Firefox that is a superior web browser.

Sorry, thought everybody used Firefox. It´s much, much better than Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox is free to download and use for eternity http://www.mozilla.org/download.html

Sorry all if I have been misleading.

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Old Feb 6, 2008, 8:48 PM   #7
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Sorry. First picture. Standard size


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Second picture. Standard size


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There are people who can read other people's intentions.

Sometimes I can do that too. It´s a shortcut to other people's minds
These are also memory evoking images, Torgny, which reminded methesights of eveningtranquilty I enjoyedenhanced by a glass of tea crossing the Bosphorus by the ferry inmy Istanbul days!
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There are people who can read other people's intentions.

Sometimes I can do that too. It´s a shortcut to other people's minds
These are also memory evoking images, Torgny, which reminded methesights of eveningtranquilty I enjoyedenhanced by a glass of tea crossing the Bosphorus by the ferry inmy Istanbul days!
Thank you, bahadir, for viewing and commenting.

I once sat by the water of the Bosphorus below the Blue Mosque, let´s say as elevated as I ever had been.

Some strange merchandise from Lebanon had just a little bit to do with it

In the vincinity there was a small kiosk were they sold muffins.

Those muffins are the sweetest, most delicious piece of fine bakery I ever have eaten, before that visit to Istanbul or ever since. Mmmm

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