Need input!!!

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by kf4jqd, Jul 31, 2001.

  1. kf4jqd

    kf4jqd Active Member

    Hello All:

    I need your input on how my web pages are doing. Anything else I should add. Even miss spelled words! What else could I add that would be of interest?

    Thanks,
    Andy

    www.geocities.com/droid144/index.html

    :rolleyes: :eek:
  2. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    Website

    Hi Andy, looked at your website, very nicely laid out but the photo's need working on, some are out of focus, do you own Paintshop Pro 7 or similar package. If not, I would be only too pleased to clean them up a little for you. I did one this morning just to see, sharpened it and got rid of the noise around it.
    Hope you don't mind friend.

    shamus




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    NARA Member #24
    http://www.badger-creek.co.uk

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  3. kf4jqd

    kf4jqd Active Member

    Thanks Shamus

    Shamus:

    I use Corel Print House. It's not the most powerful print program. I scan the pictures in at high resolution then change them to 72dpi and save them under a different file name. This saves space on my site. I would gladly accept any modifications from you! ;) I have a Print Shoppe 4.0, but that's too old. :eek:

    Thanks again,
    Andy
  4. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    Andy,

    I your photo program, trying mucking around with the brightness, contrast, & focus etc buttons to see if you can clear up some fo your pics. It does make a huge difference.:D
  5. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

  6. scudrunr

    scudrunr New Member

    Rather than take picures with flash, use the standard light you have over your layout W/o flash, the pictures will show more even though they may be yellow. its a chance i'm willing to accept.

    shamus, what did u use for when you took the pictures of beaver creek?
  7. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    35mm

    Hi scudrunr and welcome to the gauge,

    For Badger Creek Lumber Company, I used a Minlota X300s 35mm camera with Daylight Flourescent Tubes spaced at 18" intervals on the ceiling.

    cheers
    Shamus
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    NARA Member #24
    http://www.badger-creek.co.uk
  8. scudrunr

    scudrunr New Member

    Andy, even if you are not using top of the line camera equipment you should be able to turn off the flash. I guarantee pics will look better

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