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Trust me its cold!
Trust me its cold!
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Challenge: Cold III (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-6D
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Date: Jan 22, 2014
Aperture: 16.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/60
Date Uploaded: Jan 22, 2014

On Jan 22 we were the coldest in the U.S. Trust me its cold!

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Place: 56 out of 110
Avg (all users): 5.7803
Avg (commenters): 6.8889
Avg (participants): 5.7018
Avg (non-participants): 5.8400
Views since voting: 260
Views during voting: 230
Votes: 132
Comments: 12
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02/06/2014 02:06:40 PM
Hey Doug, great photo, but if I can help with resizing I'll try... Forget about the DPI. That really only comes into play with printing photos, and even then it's a long, tricky story.

The max file size limit is 300kb, but the tradeoff of sacrificing the "best" quality at that file size is well worth making sure the photo is as large as it can be. There's no noticeable difference in quality at that size, but smaller presentation is definitely noticeable. I made the same mistake when I was new and someone helped me out, so here's me trying ;-D

Best practice seems to be to reduce your photo by steps toward 800 pixels wide or tall. Basically, if your image is 4000-odd-pixels wide, reduce is to 3200, then in half to 1600, and in half again to 800. Do you sharpening at this last step. Many methods are available, but you'll see exactly what you're going to see online. When converting to jpg (or saving for upload) use the Save for Web option, and use the quality slider to get your file under 300kb. For me it's about 50/50 whether I'm at 100% or below, and when I'm below I cannot tell the difference.

I hope this helps, even a little. Don't be afraid to search in the forums for similar topics or others that you might be interested in. And even start a thread to get fresh opinions. Best of luck!
02/05/2014 09:14:46 AM
I tried to go as big as possible but im restricted to only 300kb. Now unless there is a way I can re-size in lightroom and retain somewhat of a good size id love to hear it. This is at 72 DPI image sharpening - standard.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/04/2014 10:53:55 PM
I don't doubt it. So cold your photo shrunk! Great colors and scene.
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02/04/2014 11:29:09 AM
It looks it
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02/03/2014 10:33:22 PM
You can feel the cold. Nice shot.
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02/02/2014 09:37:49 AM
I like the colors :)
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02/01/2014 02:45:02 PM
I believe you
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02/01/2014 09:40:42 AM
I REALLY wish this was bigger.
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01/31/2014 06:22:03 PM
great shot
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01/30/2014 04:44:45 AM
I really like this picture, but why this size? What a pity! :(
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01/29/2014 08:51:15 AM
Nice colours. Wish the photo were bigger
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01/29/2014 07:26:51 AM
Amazing light! Love how the blue and orange interact with each other.
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