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  • #61
    Here is a photo uploaded from my phone without any editing or resizing beforehand:

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    • Ian
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      Ignore the two Canada Geese at the bottom. The swans are all a family - the dirty grey ones being this year's brood. That's the Grand Union Canal towpath just down the road from our house. The swans like to roost there and of course this makes walking past them quite risky!

    • Ian
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      Taken with a Huawei P30 Pro using the 5x folded optics 'zoom' lens - it's remarkably crisp and sharp.

  • #62
    Well done. I'll try one unedited from my Samsung tablet. Click image for larger version

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    Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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    • Garry
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      Larger than life, Ron. Great detail.

  • #63
    Looks good to me. I'm sure I speak on behalf of all members here. Thank You for all the hard work you are doing. It's very much appreciated.
    Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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    • Ian
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      Thanks Ron - am off to bed now

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    And here is one of them, with parent, taken in the Spring:
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    • Rodbender
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      Beautiful shot Ian. How I miss not being able to get out and about. One for this years calendar.

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    • #66
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      And yet more testing
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      • Ian
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        Now successfully uploaded a 15 megapixel 16MB square JPG automatically resized to the correct 1600x1600 attachment limit.

    • #67
      Good work, Ian. Have to say. It's good to be able to see images in a large format. But I have a large wide screen . What about others who may not have a wide screen. Will they have to scroll sideways ? Or is the sizing auto ?

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      • #68
        Ian images fit nicely on my Samsung tablet and expand to full sreen with just a single tap on the image. All looks very nice.
        Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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        • #69
          Originally posted by Garry View Post
          Good work, Ian. Have to say. It's good to be able to see images in a large format. But I have a large wide screen . What about others who may not have a wide screen. Will they have to scroll sideways ? Or is the sizing auto ?
          I'm currently viewing in 1366x768 display mode and the forum resizes to fit and the images do as well. I will need to dig out an old native low res monitor to check the quality of the down-sizing. On my 4K display the resizing looks a little mottled.
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          • #70
            Apologies - I didn't realise that user reputation privileges (Likes) were switched off - now corrected.
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            • #71
              Originally posted by Rodbender View Post
              Testing attachments image posting.

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              This photo has no camera exif metadata preserved. It would be nice to see what camera and lens, etc. used.
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              • #72
                Sorry that one was selected from my desktop background folder. Here it is again from the original folder and should have info attached.

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                Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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                • Ian
                  Ian commented
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                  No need to apologise - it was basically a reminder the image handling does preserve exif data, which it didn't do before this version of vBulletin. It was this added feature which triggered me to go ahead with the upgrade.
                  Last edited by Ian; 3 weeks ago.

              • #73
                Ian I have always critisied those who remove exfi data as it helps the viewer to learn how an image was produced. I never intentionally remove data and had not relised my computer did this when compiling background images for desktop use. As the say you learn something new every day.
                Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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                • #74
                  The forum is looking great, Ian. Even better now that we have Home page, and Recent threads. Every time I look, there is something new here. Thanks for your hard work.

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                  • Ian
                    Ian commented
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                    That's very kind of you but it's a bit all over the place at the moment! Expect more oddities!

                • #75
                  More test Images. This time some panorama shots taken with a Canon 2mb camera I always carried when out fishing.

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                  Regards Ron. Live each day as if it was your last. One day you will be right.

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