Category Archives: Digital Imaging Group

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE…..

This week’s banner image was submitted by Robert McMillan. Thanks Robert!

Image Details from Robert:
This image was stretched in Photoshop CS4 using Image/Size. The required pixel size was plugged in with scale and constrain off. Original image was a HDR photographed Jan 23rd around 2PM as the storm was clearing.

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Would you like to see your image here? Members only…..Please Email ONE image to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member images”. Image dimensions must be: 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind that there will be text at the upper left (as shown). If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. So share an image where you won’t mind these parts being covered up. If your image is light at the bottom, only tab titles will appear.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool.

ALSO….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE……

This week’s banner image was submitted by John Norton. Thanks John!

Image details from John
This bridge sunset was captured in France. No photoshop manipulation.
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Would you like to see your image here? Members only…..Please Email ONE image to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member images”. Image dimensions must be: 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind that there will be text at the upper left (as shown). If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. So share an image where you won’t mind these parts being covered up. If your image is light at the bottom, only tab titles will appear.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool.

ALSO….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

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Would you like to see your image here? Members only…..Please Email ONE image to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member images”. Image dimensions must be: 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind that there will be text at the upper left (as shown). If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. So share an image where you won’t mind these parts being covered up. If your image is light at the bottom, only tab titles will appear.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool.

ALSO….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE…..

This week’s banner image was submitted by Marianne Skov Jensen.

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Image details from Marianne
A mustard flower growing in and around a barbed wire fence at the back of a campground in Flagstaff. Photo opportunities are everywhere!

July 8th, 2010
Canon 7D
Canon 70-200 f/4 (non IS lens) at 98mm
ISO 400
1/400th sec at f/5
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Would you like to see your image here? Members only…..Please Email ONE image to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member images”. Image dimensions must be: 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind that there will be text at the upper left (as shown). If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. So share an image where you won’t mind these parts being covered up. If your image is light at the bottom, only tab titles will appear.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool.

ALSO….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE……

This week’s banner image belongs to Chick Gerston. Thanks so much for contributing, Chick!

Image details from Chick:

This picture was taken along the West Fork Hiking Trail in October 2006. It was taken mid-day using a Canon Rebel xTI. It was a great year for color. Some years are better than others. The three boys were there at just the right time; as they say, chance favors the prepared mind.

The West Fork of the Oak Creek lends itself to some really pretty color, not available everywhere in Arizona. Some of the rock formations are extremely colorful and appear in magazines from time to time.

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Would you like to see your image here? Members only…..Please Email ONE image to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member images”. Image dimensions must be: 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind that there will be text at the upper left (as shown) and a white bar across the bottom of your image for the tabs. So share an image where you won’t mind these parts being covered up.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool.

ALSO….please share a little information regarding your image. Suggestions: Location, time of day, equipment, etc. Also tell us if it is Photoshop art. Yes…Photoshop creations are welcome and encouraged! Just remember that the very bottom of the image will be barely visible.