An unusual image, I like it a lot.
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> Subject: [OM] The Problem of Display
> Out the kitchen window, I saw a still life*, provided by Mother Nature, a
> spider web with stuff caught in it. I took it's picture, and like the result
> a lot.
> As screen background, sized for my 24" monitor, 1920x1200 it's arresting, a
> large, lighted image in a small, dim room.
> As an ~1200x900 image on Google Photos, it's nice, but not nearly AS nice.
> If you can view a ~1900x1200 image full screen, here it is.
> Google Photos, Flickr and SmugMug mess with large images, with not so
> good downsampling.
> AKAG just posts large images, and lets the viewer deal with it. Or does he?
> Here's what Win7 says about one of his recent images on Firefox: "1,920px
> 1,440px (scaled to 1,622px 1,217px)" If I right click and choose "View
> , I get the full resolution version. Switching between the two, it seems that
> loses something in translation.
> What sizes should I be posting? A good site for large, non-messed with
> Befuddled Sizes Moose
> * Temporarily still, as the next wind, from a different directions changed it
> lot, not for the better.
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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