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    Christopher Creek...How should I crop or otherwise change it

    I reduced the size of this file to fit another site. Should I make it larger? I think it needs cropping, but I'm not sure where?
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    Last edited by bnachman; 27th April 2013 at 07:29 PM. Reason: I forgot the picture.

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    Re: Christopher Creek...How should I crop or otherwise change it

    150 pixels on the long edge is a bit small to see clearly, Bernie. When I try to view at full screen size it looks a bit soft, which is probably due to the sizing.

    I normally work around 1000 pixels but you can go a fraction larger if you want.

    As far as I can see, the basic image looks fine at that crop; unless there are any specific areas that you wish to remove or to zoom in tighter.

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    Re: Christopher Creek...How should I crop or otherwise change it

    Thanks,, Geoff. The original is much sharper.

    Bernie

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    Re: Christopher Creek...How should I crop or otherwise change it

    As mentioned, it's hard to comment due to the small size. The only thing I can offer is that IMO there is a lot of dead space in the foreground. Unless a larger version reveals underwater details that aren't evident as presented. Maybe try a pano crop removing some from the bottom

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