- September 28, 2014 at 6:53 pm #9918Jack MacDEstablished MemberUSA, St. Louis, MO and Phoenix, AZJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 358Currently using:
I am working on a project for a B&W book focusing on shoreline. I have 23 images so far, here are four.
Yes Kipper, is you line up three of these four, you could have a triptych.
Which do you recommend?
This is the project that led me to try a T vs S test that is discussed separately.
- October 1, 2014 at 9:04 pm #9967David KFrequent MemberJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 199Offline
Jack, I’m going to limit myself to picking my favorite shot, which is the one with the file name that begins with i-dkR. (As an aside…where did those weird names come from?) I like the sky best in that one. I’m a sucker for cloud formations…we have lots of them down here in Florida. I don’t see a triptych here, but if anyone can make it happen it’s you!!!
- October 2, 2014 at 12:06 pm #9971Jack MacDEstablished MemberUSA, St. Louis, MO and Phoenix, AZJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 358Currently using:
Thanks for your advice.
There is no planned triptych here, as the images will be on individual pages in a book.
But you are right, if there was one, I would find a way.
The naming of the images occurs because I am uploading the files to my website first.
Then I do a screen save from that website, and the website gives them the strange names.
Am I right that there is now a limit on the size of a image uploaded?
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