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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 06-28-2015, 06:54 AM

Obvoiusly a bit of a textures day for me today.

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06-28-2015, 07:39 AM   #2
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Very nice indeed
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Very nice indeed
Thank you.
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Very nice! I hope this is not an indiscreet question but wow, how is it that you veterans maintain the sharp detail after you upload? (out on a limb here )

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Very nice!
Thank you.

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maintain the sharp detail after you upload?
For me this works, obviously it goes without saying that you need to get the image sharp in the first place.

Then just comply with the forum sizing requirements i.e. for jpg max file size 900KB, max width 1280, max height 800. Hope this helps, as I believe if you exceed these... the forum resizes images to suit.
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QuoteOriginally posted by plantej Quote
Very nice! I hope this is not an indiscreet question but wow, how is it that you veterans maintain the sharp detail after you upload? (out on a limb here )
Very good texture and details.

I find images loaded to an album first, seem to fare better than those uploaded directly to "Post your Photos"
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Very good texture and details
Thank you.
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I like it especially the contrast between left and right.

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I like it
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especially the contrast between left and right
Perhaps a fortunate coincidence, the flower is placed on the third.
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For me this works, obviously it goes without saying that you need to get the image sharp in the first place.

Then just comply with the forum sizing requirements i.e. for jpg max file size 900KB, max width 1280, max height 800. Hope this helps, as I believe if you exceed these... the forum resizes images to suit.
Thanks for that.
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Very nice shot.
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Thanks for that.
Try that and see if it makes a difference for you.
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Very nice shot.
Thanks very much.
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One of many shots in masterclass from you!
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One of many shots in masterclass from you!
Thank you, but I'm not worthy of that.
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