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THIS WEEK…Mel Strauss

This week’s banner image was submitted by Mel Strauss. Thanks Mel!
MelStrauss-monument-valley
Image Details from Mel:
I took this pano in Monument Valley. It is a hand held pano stitched in Photoshop.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….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.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK….Mel Strauss

This week’s banner image was submitted by Mel Strauss. Thanks Mel!

Image Details from Ira:
Grand Teton National Park, handheld and stitched with Photoshop.
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Attention Members: If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website, please email ONLY ONE image cropped to 770 pixels wide by 200 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar. Enter the above dimensions.

Finally….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.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…Mel Strauss

This week’s banner image was submitted by Mel Strauss. Thanks Mel!

Image Details from Mel:

The image is from Grand Teton National Park. It was stitched using Photoshop. The individual pictures were taken without the use of a tripod.
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE jpeg image in sRGB colorspace sized at 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”. When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.
Finally….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.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK…Mel Strauss

This week’s banner image was submitted by Mel Strauss. Thanks Mel!

Image Details from Mel:

Grand Teton National Park. Taken at sunrise, with a Canon 40D, stitched in Photoshop, and handheld.
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE image 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.

When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.

Finally….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.

Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE…..

This week’s banner image was submitted by Mel Strauss. The early bird gets the prize shot!

Image Details from Mel:

This was taken from the balcony at Signal Mountain Lodge – Grand Teton National Park.
Taken with a Canon 40D, stitched in Photoshop, hand held.
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If you would you like to see one of your images on the DIG website….Please email ONE image 827pixels wide by 306 pixels high at 72 ppi to: meeting@digmeeting.com with a subject of “DIG member banner”.
When choosing an image to upload, keep in mind there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. The easiest way to crop is to set the dimensions in the options bar of the crop tool. Click on the crop tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar. CLICK HERE to see how to set the crop options on the Photoshop toolbar.
Finally….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.
Thanks in advance for your participation!

THIS WEEK’S BANNER IMAGE…..

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

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Image Details from Mel:

Shot handheld in Teton National Park with a Canon 40D. Stitched with Photoshop CS5.
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Would you like to see one of your images on this website? Members only….Please send only ONE image as images cannot be stored for later use. Email 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 there will be text at the upper left. If your image is dark at the bottom, a pale white bar will appear across the bottom of your image for the tab text. 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. Click on the text tool and enter the pixel dimensions in the options bar.

Finally….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.
Thanks in advance for your participation!