Thanks to you guys who helped me to understand how to post larger images on the forums. It is greatly appreciated!
Here is a pretty neat spider's web that I found only because it was back-lit in the morning sun. As this is quite a detailed shot I was wondering how it would look given all the press about the 800E's not having the low pass filter. What do you think?
I cropped this pretty heavily in order to give a look at the two spiders on this web.
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#2. "RE: Another 800E try" | In response to Reply # 0Bump57 Nikonian since 01st Apr 2007Mon 25-Jun-12 02:41 AM
Hey Ron, looks like you got the image size thing figured out. 1024px and 293kb, pretty much perfect for posting here. One other thing you might want to watch is when you are posting image in the portrait view to try and not have them much over 800px on the long edge. This will keep the full image in view on most of today's monitors, if you go much longer some people will have to scroll up & down to see the image and will not be able to see the whole image at one time.
Cool spider web by the way........
Scott Martin Sternberg
Scotts Fine Art