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08/10/2004 09:04:17
norman
Just put a zip file onto the server with a number of pics from Donington. Don't know how long the server will take to process the catalog and for the pics to get 'approved'. They are re-sized for the web and have not been cropped as I have'nt had time to do so. I know Caroline has posted a lot of images on her site which you can order prints from but if she missed you on the day and you can see yourself in my pics let me know. I'm not selling prints but I can email a JPG image if you see one you want.
08/10/2004 14:17:25
Steve Hill
Some great shots Norman! Particularly of the SV through the chicane! Are these the first pics of the car on track?
08/10/2004 22:15:21
NickPS
Great shots Norman! Both you and Caroline must have been uploading and editing your pictures through the night to get them up so soon! Very impressive. I agree the SV looks great... Nick
08/10/2004 22:32:43
Caroline
[QUOTE=NickPS]Both you and Caroline must have been uploading and editing your pictures through the night to get them up so soon! Very impressive. [/QUOTE]Hehe - pretty much right in one there Nick! Started sorting mine out as soon as I got back and got them online at 5 to midnight! I do have one little trick up my sleeve though, it's a program (called BreezeBrowser if anyone's interested) which automatically generates the HTML for the index and individual pages (from my own template in this case, though it comes with quite a few nice ones built-in), plus thumbnail versions of all those images I've picked to publish, so all I have to do after it has finished is put the files up on the server :D Regards, Caroline
09/10/2004 07:23:50
norman
[QUOTE=NickPS]Great shots Norman! Both you and Caroline must have been uploading and editing your pictures through the night to get them up so soon! Very impressive. I agree the SV looks great... Nick[/QUOTE] Thanks Nick. In my case I copied the files from my camera when I got home (about 7:00pm). Now for the nerdy bit ... used 'Dr Browns Image Processor' with Photoshop CS to batch convert all the RAW files. Its a free script for use with Photoshop and well recomended. It re-sizes and converts them to JPGs. Took about an hour. I then zipped them up and emailed them to my office address and put them up the next morning from work. One of the advantages of being an IT manager. I was a bit dissapointed with some of the images as I didn't get the 'panning' technique just right. A few of them have some subject blur but they don't look too bad when re-sized down for the web.
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