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markthompson 13 13 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 12:29PM
Much improved by reloading larger image. Still like the colours & composition.

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wotashot 13 2.2k
3 Jan 2005 12:31PM
Great colours and lighting,

mark_elford 12 61 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 12:32PM
Likewise Click Again.. Wink
This is a shame, it looks out of focus, but you have resaved. Just had a look at your folio, did you rescan the pic or resize, it makes a lot of difference to the final result.
All the best
adonoghue 13 519 England
3 Jan 2005 12:36PM
You can hardly go wrong with a sea of bluebells...lovely colours. The bare path is a very good lead-in

3 Jan 2005 12:37PM
Lovely composition.

IanFlindt 12 740 21 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 12:47PM
Beautiful, Nick - very well composed and exposed. The only niggle I have about it is that it makes me pine for Spring!
Aurora 12 3 England
3 Jan 2005 12:50PM
The larger version is even better. wonderful image of carpet of bluebells.
mattberry 12 259 14 England
3 Jan 2005 12:54PM
Its a nice image as far as the 500 pixel small size is concerned but the large version doesn't stand up I'm afraid. As someone has already said its out of focus.

I would like to click but feel the large version should match the quality of the small one really. If it had been submitted with just the small version then fair enough I would have judged it acccordingly.

Sorry to ramble on and hope you don't take my comments the wrong way.

3 Jan 2005 1:25PM
Thanks for your comments,everyone. As a newcomer to this site I must still be on the learning curve for uploading files. I agree the large version image looks awfully blurred. It was crisp and clear on the original 17M file sized picture. Something undoubtedly went wrong during the resizing process and conversion to jpeg format. I need your help and advice on how to retain the quality of the pictures.
mattberry 12 259 14 England
3 Jan 2005 1:33PM
How did you prepare the large image for uploading? If you are using PS then the best way seems to be to use the save to web option once you have resized so the longest side of the image doesn't exceed 1000 pixels.

When you do save to web adjust the quality setting so that the image size is 200k or below and bobs your uncle!

debster 12 693 3 England
3 Jan 2005 1:44PM
Lovely work. A really nice vision on such a cold day. Makes me look forward to spring again! Well done.
KathyW 13 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
3 Jan 2005 1:51PM
Lovely springtime shot, don't know what happened to the large sized one, but the small one looks good!
AngelaR 12 155 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2005 2:57PM
Lovely shot - like the fallen tree in the foreground too.
glazzaro 12 70 23 United States
3 Jan 2005 4:00PM
Great shot, makes one long for that time of year! Click!!!
riprap007 12 1.6k 37 England
4 Jan 2005 1:18AM
fine image
creative_sara 12 647
17 Jan 2005 5:22AM
Listing things I must take and bluebells is one of them this year great shot Smile sara
willf1 12 51
20 Jan 2005 1:03PM
Its a really nice image. You have managed to captured the correct colour of the 'bluebells', which is nice to see.


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