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    A vintage processing of a previous shot done in Lr 3 Beta 2
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    Is this vintage? Halifax Law Courts, 1860.

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    if this isn't vintage I don't know what is. From the Tower:

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    I took this images a few summers back while visiting the West End of the Olympic Peninsula and Ruby Beach.

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    Ok, I'm not digging the resolution on this post. The image is very sharp. ;-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer View Post
    I took this images a few summers back while visiting the West End of the Olympic Peninsula and Ruby Beach.

    Best to ya'all, Ernst

    Ok, I'm not digging the resolution on this post. The image is very sharp. ;-(
    Hey, Ernst. I suspect the image was > 1024 pixels or > 250KB. In either event the image is automatically resized by the board software and can get quite soft when that happens. Also, just a note - not a problem - but the idea of the assignment is to get out and shoot something during the assignment month. Leave this one here, it's an interesting image nonetheless but now the challenge is to find something vintage before the end of May Cheers.
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    - Wonderful vintage shot of Andrew RICHARD - very well done!
    - Nice vintage processing Edg!
    - Iggy - I like your shot, and composition. it's sort of vintage because of the age of the building. Buuuut.....processing looks modern for the way this was shot.
    bambi - Love it - very cool shot and processing
    Ernst-Ultich - I just love, love the feel here - Totally captures the vintage mood. There's no hard a fast rules for the assignment but most of us try to shoot something new as opposed to finding something old that fits. If you feel the creativity, of course please feel free to post again in this thread.

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    Yup uploading directly is totally fine but please keep the image under 250K or the forum software will compress the file which will affect sharpness. personally, I upload all my images at around 100-200k and have never had a problem.
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    My Bad!!! Thanks for the heads up and I will keep that in mind for the future.
    Also thanks for the comments.

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    That is a very cool shot Ernst-Ulrich Schafer!

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