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I didn't plan to post this photo but I saw yesterday something here in TE that I didn't like it at all. This photo as opposed to all the others is very-very pure like a virgin without any processing. Naked. Just as taken by camera phone. Only "resample": 1632x1224-->800x600
More notes in the other version there:
http://www.treklens.com/gallery/Europe/Greece/photo299157.htm
...because not allowed here. See the result after process.
Mine photo isn't like a stamp 330x250px and mine photo isn't 60Kb or 80Kb in 800x600. It is 191Kb!!! in 800x600px, when the original is 317Kb in 1632x1224px. That means the photo has a lot of digi information. So everyone can process it. 317Kb is a little because it contains too black colour.
Photos by K750i have 400Kb - 630Kb size mostly in 2Mp.
(The Creation Software is always R1L002 prgCXC125952_EU_1_CL 0.0 nothing else)
The parasol I posted yesterday, has an original size 631Kb in 2Mp, and the post was 199Kb in 800x655 with the frame. Do you understand what is that means? Too much information because the frame is nothing. Whole frame is the same colour and after the compression is about 5-10Kb.
-- The most important is that. I don't take photos in "Auto Mode". Seldom.
-- The second is that. I take photos in 2Mp mostly, the largest posible size.
-- The third important is that. I am very careful to not move, because it's very easy by the phone's light weight.
-- The fourth is that. I watch carefully the direction of light.
-- The fifth is the most difficult. While I'm shooting I have to compose at the whole screen because I have not many opportunities with crop in 2Mp!

I GAVE YOU ALL MY SECRETS!!! You??? ;-))

Always I have the original photo. So if someone wants to test his abilities and mine sincerity, press [contact me] to send the original shot.


Dedicated to my friend doubting Thomas ... Emiel_Skyfreak.

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