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This is the size of that life when it was uploaded:

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3.80 MB (3,993,943 bytes)


And that's its present size in the folder
Really?


This happens when you don't press keep original size in postimg.

And a total different post. T

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Hey, Mike, you must learn to not jump off a cliff whenever you clearly haven't learnt about things or understand them fully. Like screencaps and posted screenshots.

When I open and download the uploaded screenshot in question I get the full size of it. It depends on what browser u use. I have to open it in another tab, then enlarge it, and the open it in anonter new tab, and then you have the full size of it.
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Hey, Mike, you must learn to not jump off a cliff whenever you clearly havent learnt about things or understand them fully. Like screencaps and posted screenshots.

When I open and download the uploaded screenshot in question I get the full size of it. It depends on what browser u use. I have to open it in another tab, then enlarge it, and the open it in anonter new tab, and then you have the full size of it.



Really, so there is a mystery here that seems to be irrelevant when looking at it as it realy is (face value) in comparison.



Now concerning jumping off a cliff. why would you apply that to me, when DJ confirmed that he also saw the file being small, meaning he had not checked before doing his comparison. With that, don't you think DJ should have been the one jumping off the cliff by not making sure first the comparison was equitable, before posting his findings?
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Spent the past hour or so doing a quick focus tweaking and also tried to do a quick color balance, but the gain stage is still a problem..






This is the screenshot he used for comparison. It is 3.4mb in size.

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Really, so there is a mystery here that seems to be irrelevant when looking at it as it realy is (face value) in comparison.



Now concerning jumping off a cliff. why would you apply that to me, when DJ confirmed that he also saw the file being small, meaning he had not checked before doing his comparison. With that, don't you think DJ should have been the one jumping off the cliff by not making sure first the comparison was equitable, before posting his findings?
See my previous post. It is for the screenshot that you posted and Dj Dee used for comparison, and it is still uploaded as full size at 3.4mb, so here you are totally wrong and I dont understand what you are complaining about.

If you got a proper calibration and properly adjusted white and black level, and used a good camera that dosent add any significant processing then your screenshots would be very good.
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This is the screenshot he used for comparison. It is 3.4mb in size.
Trid to explain.

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This is the screenshot he used for comparison. It is 3.4mb in size.



That is not the shot used in comparison, it was from the Baraka BD. The mine scene..


The shot you post may show full after you posted it, but that's not how I post them. In fact that one shows as 84KB. and to prove my point ALL of my shots are smaller, as DJ indicated. Not sure what's going on with the shots, but for sure when reading the info on them, what it shows is consistent with the size of them, meaning also that all my shot are smaller... check it out for yourself, it's easy to see that they are. Smaller means they are smaller in size. Unlike anything DJ post, and that's why I kept wondering why he keeps doing a comparisons of a small image to a larger one. Or a full rez to a down rez..
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This is the screenshot he used for comparison. It is 3.4mb in size.
Correct he might missed that. The file I use is the full file on the right. 3,28MB 4288x2416
And it looks like this zooming inn on the picture.

Here you see what the "camera" do in your last posted shot. You can also get this if its a very small file, but then you see the pixels and picture fall apart.
I know you don't have this on screen.
But its the camera adding stuff. That's why I say use another camera or test with different cameras.


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Here a picture taken with my Iphone of the NX9, Just to explain that a Iphone is not the perfect camera to use.

Zooming in you see the faults in the picture from the Iphone camera. That is not on the screen.




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Nice, did just the same with the two the fifth element BD i have here, one purchased in Norway and one from a trip to Las Vegas some years ago.

There are some notable differences between them, just look at this.
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US

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US

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This is why i do not like using these disks for screenshots....
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Definitive, fun to see the difference remastered and not, THEN SCREENCAPS.
I removed my post.

If you have the time take some of the G90. So it can be compared to Mikes modded Marquee

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Looks like the Norwegian BD version is the newest 2009 "restored" one, the other BD is form 2007.

Yes I will take some G90 shots of this later.
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This is the first remastered version that came out after the horrible MPEG2 original release:


https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-F...t-Blu-ray/456/


It is an all region Blu-ray so you can play it in any country.



There is a newer version, mastered in 4K, which I have not seen seen in person:


https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-F...lu-ray/138634/


There is also an elusive Japanese release...

I love my Sky HD!!!
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Interesting... the US version looks more like my BD, while the N version looks more like a cap to me. Anyway they are clearly different.


My cameras (all three of them) tends to boost colors, which should make for a good selling feature, because these cameras do not have an accuracy requirement. A boost of colors, much like what they do with demo material I'm sure is a part of the design.
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Avoid this MPEG2 version at all cost:


https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-F...nt-Blu-ray/23/

The Superbit DVD is better that this!

I love my Sky HD!!!
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This is both your pictures MP.

Do you see the difference?



Your last posted pictures give a false look, plastic look and the other one natural.

The picture to the left is the first picture in your last post. On the right a picture from some time back, both modded with the newest as you write. That is the camera you should use, because it shows your CRT more clean.
Remember same amount zoom

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It's not the same camera you used both, but it is the same camera that you said is the one you like. amd the same one I've been mostly using and you never said anything about before, so maybe it's because it's zoomed in so mush. Or because you are still converting it from jpeg to png and that the file size is converted from 113KB to 726KB during the process.


In all that it has gone through, I would say it koos about normal, or how anything would look when zoom in and and went through so much conversion.


Yep, same camera mostly used this year and last so far..
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It's not the same camera you used both, but it is the same camera that you said is the one you like. amd the same one I've been mostly using and you never said anything about before, so maybe it's because it's zoomed in so mush. Or because you are still converting it from jpeg to png and that the file size is converted from 113KB to 726KB during the process.


In all that it has gone through, I would say it koos about normal, or how anything would look when zoom in and and went through so much conversion.


Yep, same camera mostly used this year and last so far..
Then start to use it, because you get fake sharpness one the one you use now.
The one to the right. You see that its natural.

And again, it has nothing to do with file or converted. If you zoom in on your original you see the same. Enough with this nonsense.

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When I zoom in using Postimage, it dosn't change at all. But I can see that it does look a little rough without zooming, when looking at it close up. So maybe it could be that the camera is beginning to distort the image when the image is bloomed in. But all I can say is, it's the same camera you like and said I should use.



But seeing my file blow up in file sizing about 700% from it's original state. I would say it should look maybe even worse.



Oh considering that I shoot my shoys furthest away from the screen rather than being right at the screen...but thinking about this, it's still in he same spot I've always used it in.

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When I zoom in using Postimage, it dosn't change at all. But I can see that it does look a little rough without zooming, when looking at it close up. So maybe it could be that the camera is beginning to distort the image when the image is bloomed in. But all I can say is, it's the same camera you like and said I should use.



But seeing my file blow up in file sizing about 700% from it's original state. I would say it should look maybe even worse.



Oh considering that I shoot my shoys furthest away from the screen rather than being right at the screen...but thinking about this, it's still in he same spot I've always used it in.
You zoom in using post image? hehe And saying this: (((But seeing my file blow up in file sizing about 700% from it's original state. I would say it should look maybe even worse. ))) You still don't understand anything.

The image i cut away the black bars as usual, no point in seeing that.. So you should go closer to the screen when taking the shots.
Open it on your computer you see. If you don't know how to do that forget it.

Ask your selves this.
1. Do you want to show good pictures posted ?
2. Do you want to use a camera that don't tamper with your picture
3. Do you want to understand why your pictures don't look good.
4. Do I not see that the camera I use now make my pictures look plastic?

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to do that forget it.

Ask your selves this.
1. Do you want to show good pictures posted ?
2. Do you want to use a camera that don't tamper with your picture
3. Do you want to understand why your pictures don't look good.
4. Do I not see that the camera I use now make my pictures look plastic?

Well, when I look back over the past two months at least, and the many times you either clicked the like bottom or your many great to good comments you've posted. I'm now confused as to what you're talking about... same camera, setup, etc..


Do I want to take good pictures. Could you do yourself a favor and look back through the many years I've been posting shots, and simply ask yourself, do this guy really care about taking things to another level. And what you'll find there would be that I don't care. I'm not that concerned about jumping through hoops to make the shots appear better. My posting is based on "what you see is what you get" or you draw your own conclusion. And add to that, I'm not selling or promoting anything. So If it wasn't a concern when I was selling mods, why be concerned now.
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Well, when I look back over the past two months at least, and the many times you either clicked the like bottom or your many great to good comments you've posted. I'm now confused as to what you're talking about... same camera, setup, etc..


Do I want to take good pictures. Could you do yourself a favor and look back through the many years I've been posting shots, and simply ask yourself, do this guy really care about taking things to another level. And what you'll find there would be that I don't care. I'm not that concerned about jumping through hoops to make the shots appear better. My posting is based on "what you see is what you get" or you draw your own conclusion. And add to that, I'm not selling or promoting anything. So If it wasn't a concern when I was selling mods, why be concerned now.
That is totally fine, and many times I just watch the photos on my phone.
On a computer you see things more clean. I cant tell you what to do, but you should change camera.

This camera I like of the one you have OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA SZ-15,DZ-100 saw this was used on many I liked.

This is one then on the right. And the OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA SZ-15,DZ-100 was used. Also see that most of the likes are from that camera.
I really hope you see why I say this.

If I liked some of the others was seen on my phone.

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I like the darker skinned colored guy with the roses better, the paler one looks sort of artificial to me. But I guess one can have both skin-types? Anyway, at my workplace we a lot of colored guys there, and one woman, and they all have Eddie Murphy skin-tone.

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I like the darker skinned colored guy with the roses better, the paler one looks sort of artificial to me. But I guess one can have both skin-types? Anyway, at my workplace we a lot of colored guys there, and one woman, and they all have Eddie Murphy skin-tone.
You talk about the different BD disks of fifth Element i guess.
I have only the US version on disk.

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Ok, DJ, I'll try the Olympus camera later, after sun leaves the sky.



Man, you are without doubt, the most persistent person I know of, that would be after my wife I must say. She just like you, when I say no or I'm not going to do something, it's like her mind hears just the opposite..
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The shots here are using the Olympus camera DJ









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Better pictures for shore. No more plastic look.
No more added ****.

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Better pictures for shore. No more plastic look.
No more added ****.

Ok, you were right on this one..


This Olympus camera is the smallest and quite complicated to work with. I noticed I had the to compression to "Fine" so I changed that to "Normal" and then did a full reset. The compression remained on "Normal" afterwards. Now I have to play with it more. The shots I took are 4:3 and I'm a little too lazy to do the crop thing right now, so I'll these few more shots more as-is













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