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Deer at Devils Bridge

Camera:Nikon COOLPIX 990 Check out Nikon Nation!
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Username:stimpy stimpy
Uploaded:19 Jan 2004 - 11:10 AM
Tags:Wildlife / nature
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andytvcams
andytvcams  1110396 forum posts United Kingdom
19 Jan 2004 - 11:14 AM

You should congratulate yourself on this capture as deer are not the easiest to capture i know i spent two weeks in Scotland and even using long lens could not get this close,so well done from me.

Andy..

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iscramble
iscramble  1090 forum posts United Kingdom
19 Jan 2004 - 1:00 PM

You little devil SmileSmile
A bit "blurry" but I like it.
Cheers
Phil

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stimpy
stimpy  10
19 Jan 2004 - 1:11 PM

DOWNLOAD HAS CAUSED THE BLUR PROBLEM, ORIGINAL IS SPOT ON.

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iscramble
iscramble  1090 forum posts United Kingdom
19 Jan 2004 - 1:19 PM

Righto, sorry, no offence intended.

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Will
Will  121788 forum posts United Kingdom
19 Jan 2004 - 1:30 PM

If the image is under 60k in file size when you upload, it will not be altered at all.

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stimpy
stimpy  10
19 Jan 2004 - 1:44 PM

iscramble, no offence taken, am i downloading these photographs incorrectly.
I take the image, resize it, and on most images lose the sharpness and image quality ?
Can someone advise.
Much obliged for your comments, i take all advice on board, it will help my portfolio.
cheers all

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iscramble
iscramble  1090 forum posts United Kingdom
19 Jan 2004 - 1:50 PM

If you are resizing to less than 500 x 500 pixels you may still not be reducing the file size to below 60k. You should check this in the picture properties before you upload. I (& a lotof others it would seem) use Photoshop to save as a web image.
this gives you the oportunity to not only change the pic size but also the file size.
I usually put the compression at medium and see what that does first. You can then adjust ot down or up from there. You can usually get it quite close to 60k if you practice a bit.
Hope this helps.
Cheers
Phil

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stimpy
stimpy  10
19 Jan 2004 - 2:06 PM

CHEERS, I'LL DO WHAT YOU'VE SUGGESTED
THANKS

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notabimbo
notabimbo  10
20 Jan 2004 - 1:02 AM

Excellent!
I love the way the pattern in his antlers is repeated by the pattern of the branches.

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Skinz
Skinz  1194 forum posts
28 Jan 2004 - 5:03 PM

Nice capture of the deer. Not an easy subject to photo.

If you have photoshop then when you save the image click on Save For Web and then click on the little arrow (next to the preset drop down) and choose Optimise to File Size and put 60k in the box. Your image will then be saved to the correct file size. Remember to alter the image size first.

Rich

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