{W/NW}: People piccies

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by nels, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. Call 'em portraits, if that floats your boat...just post 'em. It's been a while since we had one of those threads.

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  2. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

  3. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

    i'm playing with the 13:8 crop ratio for awhile me thinks
     
  4. He actually shoots M2s with the CV 15mm. I have proof. On another roll, of course...
     
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  6. James, with all the pix you shot of me was that the BEST? Dang! And Monkey wants to see some of the pix with him in them too. James is right of course. I frequently do put the 15mm Heliar on one of the M2 bodies.
     
  7. <img src="http://www.widereach.net/rodina/images/2006/motherandson002.jpg">
     
  8. These are all great, well except for one.
     
  9. Rene, thats a really nice photo.
     
  10. I have posted this photo previously. Some have said that it is totally "gross." Oh well, it's just a young boy doing what he enjoys most...eating. This was taken at our local once-a-month grange breakfast. This coming Sunday, I will take a few more, but I will use a 1962 Yashica Lynx 14 camera with b/w. Let's see what happens.
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  11. Al, I like that photo. You can do Monkey later. I hear that there may be a "monkey T-Shirt" coming up!

    So sad we can't all be a bit more light-hearted, humorous, and a bit more joyful about ourselves, and toward others.
     
  12. Thank you Graham.
     
  13. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

    yes Rene, great feel in that one, kudos
     
  14. sasasasas
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  15. A guy on the street
     
  16. Could someone please explain to me how to post a freaking picture properly? The
    instructions say keep it below 511 pixels wide. The one I just submitted was 500. Yet it
    doesn't display on the thread--you have to click on it. I looked at the first picture's size on
    this thread (NELS) in PS and it was 800 pixels wide. It shows up beautifully and mine
    doesn't. What gives?

    Thanks,

    Craig
     
  17. Craig, not only does the file have to be 511 pixels or less, it needs to be 100k or less in order to display inline. Your file is 493 pixels.
     
  18. Thanks, Jay. I know my file is 498, but I see Nels' file is 1.28 million! And it's 800 wide. By
    the time I size mine down to less than 100, it's tiny. What am I doing wrong???

    TIA,

    Craig
     
  19. Craig, Nels's photo is hosted not in PN. He hyperlinked that picture onto here, which can go beyond 511..
     
  20. Craig, if you want to post larger than 100k and wider than 511 pixels you need to use your own (non-photo.net) webspace and make a hyper link to it.
     
  21. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

    Peter, that's intresting and different from you, good one man,
     
  22. Craig:

    For your pic to display in-line, it has to be 511 pixels wide, or less, less than about 100K, *and* it must have a caption entered in the caption field. Only then will it display in-line.

    Or, your can upload it to your gallery or host it elsewhere, then enter your message as HTML. This is what Nels (and others) is doing. Here's how to reference the pic with an HTML tag: <img src="complete url to your image"> Be sure to enclose the URL in quotes, and be sure to chose HTML where it says "The above text is:" on the entry screen. When you hit Submit, you should see your image. If you don't, use your Back button to go back and correct the problem.
     
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  24. Gotcha!
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  25. EricM

    EricM Planet Eric

    "ta Eric - I see you been takin your medication recently"

    long grey damp winter and now sunshine, girls and cameras mate :p
     
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    M4, 50 Summicron, TriX.
     
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  28. My dear old friend
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  29. Leica MP, 35 f2
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  30. ", *and* it must have a caption entered in the caption field. Only then will it display
    in-line"

    You can also you a space in both spots for no text!
     

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