Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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Google Reverse Image search does wonders and so does TinEye to find out where your photos have been posted. Both are very useful!


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I. Preparations. a) The first rule. If you do not want anyone to use your photos, do not publish them. Once they are published they can be "pirated" in some way or another. b) Be very clear on the licence of your photos. Probably you can licence some under a creative commons one, or on the contrary, state that you can not use them in anyway without a fee ...


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No. Photostream is a view of all photographs in the account. Flickr offers Albums, Galleries, and Collections, where you can arrange groups of photographs together as you'd like, but the photostream (and once it comes out of beta, the Camera Roll) will, according to Flickr staff comments, always be the full view of any photographs set to be publicly ...


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Photos are displayed at 2048px on their longest edge. Have a read on 500px support page for more details.


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Ideally, output sharpening is always dependent on the target medium. Optimal quality needs an image which was resized and sharpened for the intended viewing conditions. A high-res display needs a larger image than a low-res display, and a screen needs differnt sharpening than a print, all of which should, eg., be handled automatically by the Lightroom ...


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What is the best resolution and quality for website The answer is that there are, and must be, several per image. Responsive design You should consider using a responsive web-design and using HTML5 and CSS3 to serve up a version of the image suited to the size and resolution of the viewing device. The optimum image for an iPhone is different to that ...


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The best resolution for a normal website is exactly 1-to-1. IE you want to display an image at 200 pixel width, you should save it to 200 pixel width. forget DPI as its entirely irrelevant when displayed on screen. Quality (JPG) should be as low as possible without affecting the image quality too much, usually around 65-85% - of course it depends on the ...


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I pretty much was in the exact same situation as the OP. I wanted a simple portfolio site that wasn't a gallery host (flickr, 500px), wasn't ugly (Coppermine, ZenPhoto, Pwigo), wasn't full of security holes (Gallery2 no longer being updated, anything WordPress based), and I could self host. Open source would've been awesome, but I was also willing to pay for ...


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Fred Miranda has in my opinion the best photography community on the internet right now. Try the appropriate Presentation board or the Photo Critique board.


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in manage page, there is a menu in the left side of the webpage. You can see 3 items: All Photos Public MarketPlace When you are in All Photos, you can see the private uploaded photos which are in your library. For moving these photos to your profile or Public, you can simply select them, then drag and drop at Public link at your left side menu.


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Try to find som photographers assocation near you loaction. I think that you can find there many good or very good photographers. And they can look at your photos and critique your work.


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From what you are saying, you did a basic html "website" and want to integrate photo gallery that is on your local machine. This is not possible with a basic html "website", you need to get a blog engine (wordpress is the most popular), for my website I took ghost and customized it based on what I want to see in my page (as long as I am a software developer ...


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Here is one reference. The best resolution is an evolving standard. Not just in terms of sizes but also the depth and quality of images displayed change as new displays and devices are invented. When 2K and 4K monitors become common, current sizes will not be optimum. In any case, most common maximum sizes today are for wide screens pixel dimensions of ...


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You could try to frame them in a wide gray or white passepartout (or mat). This might look like a real image on a wall.



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