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ErikKaffehr
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« on: July 01, 2009, 02:06:45 PM »
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Hi,

I put some more pictures on my very experimenal web-site. I'm experimenting with different ways to present pictures, one of the aims is to have very good full screen presentations.

The latest set of images from Grand Teton and Yellowstone is here:

http://83.177.178.241/2009_national_parks_01/index.html

Klick on the full screen icons as shown below for full screen:

[attachment=15022:Fullscreen_icon.jpg]

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Erik
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« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2009, 05:10:45 PM »
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Quote from: ErikKaffehr
Hi,

I put some more pictures on my very experimenal web-site. I'm experimenting with different ways to present pictures, one of the aims is to have very good full screen presentations.

The latest set of images from Grand Teton and Yellowstone is here:

http://83.177.178.241/2009_national_parks_01/index.html

Klick on the full screen icons as shown below for full screen:

[attachment=15022:Fullscreen_icon.jpg]

Best regards
Erik

Nice images.

Two things:

1) Flash is not color managed
2) The images are larger than most we see in online galleries, but still not full screen (at least on my 30" monitor)
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« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2009, 08:33:09 PM »
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Nice pix.

Third thing: the title of the page is "Gallery Title." Easy fix.
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« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2009, 11:29:23 PM »
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Thanks!

Two questions:

1) What resolution do you have? I could try to make sets of the presentation one with low resolution and another with high. I guess that it is a moving target...
2) So how is color affected by Flash not having color management. Most elderly screens are pretty close to sRGB, so I guess that using sRGB is pretty decent, BUT some professionals screens have very large gamut and would probably have significan color skift. So the better the equipment the worse the colors with Flash?

I'm much interested high quality presentations and more interested in quality than gimmicks, any suggestions are welcome.

Best regards
Erik

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Nice images.

Two things:

1) Flash is not color managed
2) The images are larger than most we see in online galleries, but still not full screen (at least on my 30" monitor)
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« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2009, 08:26:14 AM »
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The Grizzly image is maybe not that spectacular but I imagine it quite hard to see one. Nice. From the rest, I like 1 6 8 and 9 most.

Christian


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