How to Upload and Discuss

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You can upload your pictures and comments on all web pages that have the “Leave a Reply” comment block at the bottom of the page. You may practice at the very bottom of this page if you like. The practice replies and comments at the bottom of this page will be removed on a weekly basis.

Please upload JPG files only as other file formats such as TIFF or RAW are typically very large. Keep your photography files small, web pages don’t need big megapixel files. Resize your images to no more than 1600 pixels wide by 1000 pixels high. Preferred image size is 2 MB or less, which is more than enough to display your picture beautifully on this website. Images will resize automatically on the posting page. You can still view the full image by clicking on it, which will open the image in a new (dark-table) window.

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30 Responses to How to Upload and Discuss

  1. Geoff Turner says:

    Here we go again. The cars are for depth of field (f was 16) and the road, a leading line.

  2. Geoff Turner says:

    This one is for leading lines. I think the leaves are directing your eyes in one direction – just not at anything in particular.

  3. Roxanne LeBlanc says:

    My test photo and post.

    One of 3 tennis court lamp photos shot from below – leading lines.
    My first ever attempt at digital photography with very basic older Canon camera (borrowed from my daughter 🙂

  4. Loretta Gotmy says:

    using the Adobe Elements application I tried to correct the exposure and colour of my photo. I would like to crop and fade out the dog? But I am struggling to figure this out

  5. Loretta Gotmy says:

    Here is my next attempt to upload a picture…. before

  6. Loretta Gotmy says:

    before photo

  7. Eric Peake says:

    New Zealand glacier reflection. Camera: first digital Canon Rebel, 28mm, F11, iso 200.
    A stiff walk to this beautiful tarn high above the Tasmin Glacier but worth the effort.

    Tetons. Camera: Canon 20D, 30mm, f4.5, 1/40th, iso 200, shot in raw. Many great photo opportunities in the Tetons and only a days drive from Calgary.

  8. Eric Peake says:

    New Zealand glacier reflection. Camera: first “affordable” digital Canon Rebel, 28mm, F11, iso 200.
    A stiff hike to this beautiful tarn high above the Tasmin Glacier but worth the effort.

    Tetons. Camera: Canon 20D, 30mm, f4.5, 1/40th, iso 200, shot in raw. Many great photo opportunities in the Tetons and only a days drive from Calgary.

    • Henri says:

      I see you were successful with this upload Eric. Absolutely beautiful tack sharp shot with excellent depth of field. I really like the little lake. You could not have wished for a better day.

  9. Christine Mitchell says:

    ISO 200 AP F8 oops here is the image!
    Hue for warmth and cropped

    • Henri says:

      Hi Cristine,

      Success! You did it right. The image did not appear because I first had to approve it. This approval process is to prevent hackers and trolls from posting inappropriate content on the site. Since you have been approved you should now automatically be able to post without any hassle. Your name and email have to be identical to what you used on this post though. I am looking forward to see more posts from you.

      Henri

  10. Frankie says:

    Hi Henri,

    Here is my practice photo for Looking Up. I just became a member today and saw the photo assignment. So I guess I’ll be too late since it’s Oct. 4. But I want to get going! Let me know if the size is ok. It looks pixelated when I open it, but it’s 700 pixels wide. This is zoomed all the way to 400mm because the magpies are way up a very big tree. They had gathered to harass a sparrowhawk.

    Frankie

  11. Peter Jones says:

    Henri. I was looking for a category to show off this Point and shoot camera abilities and decided on Triangles
    This is an archive shot, taken this September at Barrier Lake. Lumix ZS 80. 160/sec @f6.4 ISO80 Peter Jones

  12. Adelle says:

    This is a practice shot for the low light archive. I have reduced the size to 411.9 KB
    ISO 160 1/100 sec f/3.5 7.3mm with my Coolpix P100

  13. Adelle says:

    Thumbnail test

  14. Adelle says:

    Resized #2

  15. Adelle says:

    Resized iPhone photo of New Zealand Silver Fern leaf

  16. Ray Crockett says:

    Light Painting – Test upload

  17. Ray Crockett says:

    Test 2

  18. Ray Crockett says:

    Test 3

  19. Robert Scott says:

    Silhouette Downtown skyline from our new library
    cell phone

  20. Robert Scott says:

    semi silhouette, Stampede Oasis taken with my cell phone

  21. Henri says:

    All you need to do is re-size the image in editing software. Such as “Windows 10 Photos” click the “…” in the top righthand corner then select resize. Then click the “C” for custom in the popup window. Then change the horizontal size to “800” then save the image under a different name, so you don’t overwrite the original

  22. Debbie McCluskey says:

    Here is my test file for the first post.

  23. Debbie McCluskey says:

    Test attempt for posting portrait picture. Taken just after dusk in the blue light. The street lights were just coming on. F6.3, 6 sec ISO automatic at 400. Done with tripod.

  24. Diane Nickel says:

    A sunrise over N Glenmore Park. This was shot while running an early morning errand just before Christmas 2020, and I had the foresight to take the camera bag with me. I was happy with the rich colors, but also with the clarity of the moon. For all the times I’ve made the effort to try for the those morning colours only to have cloud cover work against me, this felt like a gift.

  25. Malcolm says:

    Hi Henri – thanks for your work with this group and I found Zoom meeting Wed before last very interesting- this photo was shot at Dale Hodges on SRAuto so I guess camera chose what I see under info: f/6.9, exposure time 1/600, focal length 162 mm — trying to learn to work with other settings S M and Adv and SP1 and SP2 but just starting on that– shot on FujiFINEFIX S8600 (camera only cost just over $100 and I’ve used it a lot so lens cap is held on with electrical tape and been knocked around a bit – so due for new or second camera and wouldn’t mind advice re that) – I have this and few other shots of bobcat, wooduck, ermine from Dale Hodges I could post on photographers choice but quality is not nearly as crisp as others I see there so maybe will wait on that – also am double booked as new CALL member and in Mystery Book Club this Tuesday (but that group only meets once a month) – so could work on this and next challenge for two weeks from Tuesday – thanks again

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