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Old Aug 27, 2010, 10:54 AM   #31
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I'm not sure that this was covered but are we looking at 100% crops or are these full images reduced to a low resolution? Also was any PP done on them or straight from the camera?
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Old Aug 27, 2010, 12:05 PM   #32
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I'm not sure that this was covered but are we looking at 100% crops or are these full images reduced to a low resolution? Also was any PP done on them or straight from the camera?
Good question Mark. I don't know, but Sarah would.

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These images are full resolution images posted from a third party website so that no image size reduction was required and so there was no burden on this website.

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These images are full resolution images posted from a third party website so that no image size reduction was required and so there was no burden on this website.

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Not sure if it is linking incorrectly then as I only get 768 pixels for the longest side rather than full size.
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The side by side image comparison of the salt and pepper shakers was a screen grab and therefore, it is indeed much smaller than any of the other photos in the thread.

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It's the shots of your husband that I looked at, they all have a max size of 768 pixels rather than being full size so think something is up.
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Old Aug 27, 2010, 2:03 PM   #37
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The 40mm lens has some nice close focus abilities that are very akin to a macro image. So today I worked with an image that would be familiar to all of you to see if we could get some better image quality.

Here is today's image sample:

http://anchorse.smugmug.com/Other/Pe...0_otwCf-XL.jpg

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I don't like that one so much. There is a lot of noise on it. Although
this is more a function of the body than the lens.
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It's the shots of your husband that I looked at, they all have a max size of 768 pixels rather than being full size so think something is up.
I'm seeing the same here. 768 on the longest side.
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Thanks for the input, Mark-

Silly me, I thought that I had found a way to "pump-up" the image resolution. Let's do one more test. Here is a link to the F-28 photo of my husband in the largest size. Has that increased the resolution any, Mark??

http://anchorse.smugmug.com/Other/Pa...5_MMug5-X3.jpg

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Thanks for the input, Mark-

Silly me, I thought that I had found a way to "pump-up" the image resolution. Let's do one more test. Here is a link to the F-28 photo of my husband in the largest size. Has that increased the resolution any, Mark??

http://anchorse.smugmug.com/Other/Pa...5_MMug5-X3.jpg

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That one is 960 x 1200. This one is 2214 x 2768. The file size is
8.4MB.

http://anchorse.smugmug.com/Other/Pa...935_MMug5-O-LB
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