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Rathmoyle King jumping at the Horseplay Conundrum

By LensYews      
f5.6 at 1/2000, 100mm focal lenght, -2/3 exposure compensation and ISO of 500. I was using the day to practice event photography, so shot using medium JPEG format.

Tags: Sports and action

Voters: BERTRAM, maryg, unicorn17 and 4 more

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12 Sep 2009 11:19PM
Superb capture, its a shame the image is small.

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maryg 8 66 18 Scotland
12 Sep 2009 11:22PM
What I can see looks to be a very well photographed shot, definitely well composed , but because of the size it is difficult to comment further.
Regards Mary
LensYews 7 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2009 11:49PM
I really must get around to taking out the e2 membership and get past this 100kb upload limit Smile
13 Sep 2009 5:48AM
Great shot - good timing - bit small, but just about see it's a good image.

13 Sep 2009 7:55AM

Quote:I really must get around to taking out the e2 membership and get past this 100kb upload limit Smile

GREAT SHOT i think you can upload 300 KB if your not a member

foxtolbot 7 8 3 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 11:59AM
nice image as you said would have been great larger.

13 Sep 2009 12:55PM
Really nice shot well timed. I'm not a member and I can upload bigger images.

LensYews 7 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 5:38PM
I'm sure it used to be, but has recently changed. These are the current restrictions in the photo uploader help icon. So I can either go with a 600 pixel image at a JPEG quality rating of about 4, or a 300 pixel image at JPEQ quality 10, using elements 6.0 to do the conversion/saving, but using 72dpi. So upgrading to e2 membership after I clear the credit card down again looks like the best option.

All images must be:

* JPEG format (.jpg at the end)
* RGB format (not CMYK)
* resized to under 100Kb* in file size
(400Kb* for e2 members)
* no larger than 600x600 pixels in size
(1000x1000 pixels for e2 Members)

Important: *where possible please aim to compress to as close to 70Kb (200Kb e2) to improve your upload speed and performance. If you are unsure how to optimise your photographs, look at this technique:Resize your Photos for the Web

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