The right image sizes for websites. Posted in: Web design stuff on Tuesday, 28 August 2012 I'm writing this following a phone call from one of our clients about their website.
They didn't really understand the problem they'd created and it's safe to assume that a lot of other people don't either. The problem in question was making a new page for their website that took a full two minutes to load, even on our reasonably fast broadband connection... The page was a mixture of text and some product photographs that had been carefully (and quite well) taken the day before - 26 images to be precise - each one uploaded to the website in full, straight off the camera resolution and then made the right size in the website's editing pages. Image sizes. As web developers, we understand how digital images work because we need to, but most people don't. If the page has maybe one large image, it shouldn't be too noticable - start to do the same with five, ten or more images and things are going to get very slow... The right way to do it. Pentax 645D Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) 17971 B&H Photo Video.
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For mobile professionals and laptop power-users, the current selection of portable laptop monitor options are often lacking in resolution, durability, or both.
Engineers, creative professionals, sales representatives, and military or government customers often have to make compromises if they need multiple monitors for extending their mobile workspace or giving memorable product demonstrations. On-Camera Monitors. Some accessories in video production and HDSLR filmmaking are so essential that they transcend being mere add-on gear, and become part of the camera system itself.
One such item is an on-camera monitor. Sometimes referred to as a “video-assist monitor,” they’re used to help the camera operator (or assistant) focus the camera. There are literally hundreds of different monitors in this product category. This guide was created to familiarize you with common features and to explain the varied capabilities of these monitors so you can make an informed decision should you decide to add one to your kit. Best Monitors for Photo Editing : Is it REALLY that important?
Is the monitor really that important?
The quick answer: YES, absolutely. IF YOU CAN’T SEE THE COLOR AND TONAL DIFFERENCES on your monitor, then you can’t make good post-processing decisions and adjustments to your digital negatives. It’s that simple. You can’t adjust your curves to give your print smooth tonal transitions or to distinguish subtle shadow detail if you can’t see those transitions and details to begin with. In order to make optimal adjustments to your digital negatives, you must be able to see as much of your color gamut as possible and the color must be accurate and reliable.
Monitor Technology : IPS vs. TN stands for Twisted Nematic, which is by far the most popular and wide-spread screen technology. More importantly for photographers, though, is that TN monitors use 6-bit color technology, and therefore can’t display the full 24-bit color range (16.7 million colors) that video cards can produce (and that the monitor manufacturers usually claim they can produce).
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