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Pierdelune
First time I scanned an old picture, originally made in 1962 in black and white. I will like to have your opinions and advices on that picture.

Thanks a lot.



 Between Sun - Black and white Retro picture 
Nikon D300
Edited: 11/17/2004, 07:36:50 AM by Admin
Pierdelune
I try to put a link on that image and it did'nt work. I clik on Insert Image and put the link from the page where my pic appeared. That does'nt work like this I suppose

How does it works ?
Nikon D300
Posted: 11/16/2004, 11:27:40 AM
Pierdelune
second try.. maybee it works now.. I clik on hyperlink



So let's go for your advices on this old pic. Please.



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Nikon D300
Posted: 11/16/2004, 11:32:54 AM
Ericsphotos
I am not realy sure if you want opinion on the scanning or the photo itself. If you ask about scanning, the image doesn't have too much details in shadows so scanning the image like that is not difficult. The dynamic range of the scanner is not so critical. Without seeing the details I really can't say anything else.

On the other hand if you ask about the image I would place the figure of the person more to the right and also in a different pose, more static to suit the tranquility of the moment.
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Posted: 11/17/2004, 00:30:13 AM
Tomazl
For me the photo is to dark, but it must be OK, since it was already downloaded.... :)
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Posted: 11/17/2004, 04:51:48 AM
Photodesign
The picture is good, it`s not to dark. Is just perfect. With one condition.... to cut 1cm from the bottom.

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Posted: 11/17/2004, 07:04:05 AM
Achilles
Admin

Originally posted by Pierdelune:
Quoted Message: I try to put a link on that image and it did'nt work. I clik on Insert Image and put the link from the page where my pic appeared. That does'nt work like this I suppose

How does it works ?


You should right click the image and copy the image URL. You can also put a link on the thumbnail if you combine the code generated by the 2 buttons (add image and add url). Give it a try see how it works...it shoud be something as {url}{img}{/img}{/url}
Posted: 11/17/2004, 07:39:07 AM
Pierdelune


Thanks enveryone for your criticism. I'll take the good and the bad ;) trying to do better next time. To Eric', don't forget that this pic was took in 1960 that's make 44 years ago. Hard to see any details as it was took against the sun with a Rollei 6 x 6.




Originally posted by Photodesign:
Quoted Message: The picture is good, it`s not to dark. Is just perfect. With one condition.... to cut 1cm from the bottom.





To Photodesign. You are right, I should have cut 1cm from the botton. Thanks.



Nikon D300
Posted: 11/17/2004, 08:22:57 AM
Pierdelune
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You should right click the image and copy the image URL. You can also put a link on the thumbnail if you combine the code generated by the 2 buttons (add image and add url). Give it a try see how it works...it shoud be something as {url}{img}{/img}{/url}[/quote]



How come that today, the pic is showed and yesterday it didn't work as I had only an X on a the little square ?
Nikon D300
Posted: 11/17/2004, 08:26:09 AM
Achilles
Admin

Originally posted by Pierdelune:
Quoted Message: How come that today, the pic is showed and yesterday it didn't work as I had only an X on a the little square ?


Because: Message edited at 11/17/2004, 07:36:50 AM by Admin
Edited: 11/17/2004, 08:33:53 AM
Pierdelune
Wow.. you mean that Adm took time to put my image on ? I am always surprise by their good work. Sorry that I could not find the exact words in English to express my admiration for what they do to help any of us. I could only say again .. thanks to all of them.



Amically.
Nikon D300
Posted: 11/17/2004, 08:49:56 AM
Achilles
Admin
LOL Pierrette thanks for your kind words, it wasn't such a big thing. Don't forget to test the URL feature on the thumbnail.
Posted: 11/17/2004, 08:53:58 AM