AJAX Pics in dropbox

I posted 'em. With descriptions. Idunno how long it takes before they
show up. Just pics of the control cabinet. That's really where all the
exiting work is. Let me know if they show up and if all was done OK.
Cheers,
eric
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Eric R Snow
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Asp3211968
Asp321 - Probably the following 8 images, about 300KB each, posted 12 Jan 2004. However, there isn't any description.
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Eric - Rather than posting pictures straight off the camera, you could at least: 1, give them descriptive names; 2, create a text description file, eg, ajax_panel.txt, with a brief overview and list of the related pictures; and 3, take the pictures at a bigger size but lower quality level, or load and save them with a picture processing program to get a decent compression ratio.
For example, if I load Imgp0456.jpg (327318 bytes, 640x480 pixels) into gimp and then save it at 75% quality level the result is a picture with 1/4th as many bytes, that looks about the same. Also consider auto color correction to improve clarity. -jiw
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James Waldby
Yeah-them are the pics. I goofed when I sent 'em and did the text file wrong. I am going to send the text file so that the title reflects the IMGP name of the pics already posted. As to color correction, I looked at them on the web and they look fine to me. The color seemed correct. I'm still learning how to manipulate digital pics. ERS
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Eric R Snow
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In several programs I've tried, auto color correction improves clarity of under-lit or low-contrast photos (mostly by increased brightness and contrast), without actually changing the colors very much; ie, gray-level adjustment rather than color changes. Not all pictures benefit; those of yours I tried it on did. -jiw
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James Waldby
What programs do you use? Rather, what program do you like best?
Bob
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Bob Engelhardt
Well, I'm using AcDsee which came with the camera. Any advice on how to use this program? I know there are tons of image processing programs and techniques to choose from and I don't have the time to keep learning different programs. Thanks , Eric
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Eric R Snow
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 06:28:00 -0800, Eric R Snow brought forth from the murky depths:
I use both ACDSee (an older version which does all I ever wanted) to view and Photoshop or Corel Draw to manipulate pics.
I've heard good things about (but never tried) Ulead Photo Impact and JASC Paint Shop Pro (almost Photoshop).
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Larry Jaques
I didn't realize anyone was bundling AcDsee with cameras, cool.
Dont forget about the ever popular easy to use Irfanview Freeware
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