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    Playing from the cheap seats.

    Playing with some radical shutter speeds from the cheap seats at the local D7 meet. And since things were slow on the photo portion of the site, I thought I would post some.
    I am switching servers in the next few days, so if it is down, just chack back in a few hours.
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    damn, those are some nice shots. I have never been to anything like that....just the local dragstrip w/ riced out hondas playing around.

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    Whoa your JPEG compression went kinda whack on your drag racing photos
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    Really? I was trying a new deal on them in Adobe GoLive. What browser do you use and what is your screen display? It looks fine on the few options I have here. But I could try some other stuff.
    Last edited by Wannabe; 03-09-2006 at 01:31 PM.

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    Ah, I have never run screen resolution that high with firefox. I will try and change a few things, then post it again.
    I actually have to do work right now. I will get to it in a few hours.
    Try it now. I was stretching everything in GoLive to 100 percent of screen. the pics were smaller than 1200, and thus stretching them arbitrarily. It should be a bit better now.
    Last edited by Wannabe; 03-09-2006 at 02:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe
    Ah, I have never run screen resolution that high with firefox. I will try and change a few things, then post it again.
    I actually have to do work right now. I will get to it in a few hours.
    Try it now. I was stretching everything in GoLive to 100 percent of screen. the pics were smaller than 1200, and thus stretching them arbitrarily. It should be a bit better now.
    resize the pics with photoshop to a suitable size for web lke less then 800 wide. Never use the image height and width tags. Resizing photos is actually a very complitated thing esp when you get in to printing. Dont let an internet browser do it

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