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Old Jan 3, 2009, 12:03 PM   #21
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....I did manage to download the file to my computer and can see it that way....
How did you do that, please? FTP?


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Old Jan 3, 2009, 1:06 PM   #22
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On a technical note :-)

I am able to view and download the photo with firefox but not with I.Explorer 7

however when I tried to open it in an editor I got this



I re saved the file in RGB and compared the EXIF of the original and the new file

and found this in the original





and in the new re saved file as a RGB file



it seemed to be one line shorter :-)



So I'll post the new re saved file to see if anyone can see it

I'm using Internet .Explorer 7 to send this message





It's probably all as clear as mud now............musket



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Old Jan 3, 2009, 1:23 PM   #23
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I can see both posts, Bynx. However, the figure has a yellow cast that is distracting.
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The resave by musket works fine. I can see it now!! Very cool shot Bynx. The laser looks like it came from the movies

I still can not see the two post by Bynx. I'm using IE 7 also.

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Old Jan 3, 2009, 1:39 PM   #25
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Got it, thanks, musket. Do you have a laser-musket yet?

At last we can see brilliantly subtletonal distinction in your high-key, Bynx. I don't recall stormtroopers generally being all that subtle in their approach.
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Old Jan 3, 2009, 2:00 PM   #26
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Thanks to Musket's detective skills he has unveiled my stupidity. As Walter has pointed out, there is a yellowish cast to the white figure. This is because it stands near a window and is probably about 15 years old. The sun has yellowed the white plastic finish. To remove this cast I converted the RGB file to CMYK so I can easily remove the yellow. Here is where my stupidity comes in.....I forgot to change it back to RGB. My apologies to everyone for their time. Thanks especially to Mugmar for discovering the truth.

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Old Jan 3, 2009, 3:05 PM   #27
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....I did manage to download the file to my computer and can see it that way....
How did you do that, please? FTP?

I see that this is resolved now, but to answer your question, I had to be in reply mode to be able to download it. Right clicked on the file name and selected "save as".

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Yup, I can see it now:lol:

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Old Jan 3, 2009, 6:03 PM   #29
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Yeah, I see it now. Thank you Musket for your great detective work.

Nice job, Bynx, especially the beam emanating from the "fazer" rifle. I assume that's a PS addition.

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