Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby Ruthiepoos on Mon Nov 21, 2016 1:29 am

The Manchester gig on Friday was fantastic. The vocals all sounded great, especially at the beginning of Did I Say and the acapella bit of Take The Long Way Round (which were both lovely to hear). Brilliant hearing I Have Nothing More To Say, but my fave of the night was My Uptight Life, it was just perfect. Everyone seemed to love it.

I am knackered and sore today but it was worth it!

I took a few photies.

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Re: Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby Ruthiepoos on Mon Nov 21, 2016 1:34 am

Couple more

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Re: Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby musicmurray on Mon Nov 21, 2016 11:40 am

Love the pics Ruth - did you use a phone/camera?
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Re: Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby Ruthiepoos on Mon Nov 21, 2016 12:23 pm

musicmurray wrote:Love the pics Ruth - did you use a phone/camera?


Thanks Murray!

I used my old and not so trusty compact camera, Panasonic TZ7. It's a bit tired and temperamental now, the zoom is knackered and I generally need to coax the whole thing gently into working properly. Also I was very lucky with the light, it was just right. Any quick light changes or moving lights and it won't focus, too dark and it can't see anything, too bright and it's a white out. There's a really fine line of there being not enough light, just enough light and too much, and I was lucky on Friday.

At Bristol the lights were great, but in a crazy way, and it just couldn't cope at all. On Friday they were much calmer luckily!

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Re: Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby Ruthiepoos on Mon Nov 21, 2016 12:32 pm

I had trouble posting these. I reduced them in size and across 2 messages as there's a max limit per photo and 3 max per post, but some you still have to scroll to see the whole photo. And the others that don't have to scroll (cause I reduced their size even more) are really quite small. Anyone know if this is normal and if I'm doing it right? :?:
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Re: Manchester Friday 18th November 2016

Postby Devotchik on Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:55 pm

Ruthiepoos wrote:I had trouble posting these. I reduced them in size and across 2 messages as there's a max limit per photo and 3 max per post, but some you still have to scroll to see the whole photo. And the others that don't have to scroll (cause I reduced their size even more) are really quite small. Anyone know if this is normal and if I'm doing it right? :?:


High resolution cameras (sharpness of the pixels) have a matching high res output (print size). So the higher the resolution of the camera (the megapixel count) the higher the output (the size of the photo if you were to print it out without it becoming pixellated). The largest a usual 8mp phone / camera prints out is to an A3 size. Anything lower can be A4 size. Anything higher than 8mp can be A2, A1, A0. Thats why you have problems posting them because the print size has to be reduced so you can post them on the computer to fit the screen resolution.

I can see (from downloading your photo and opening it up on Photoshop) the EXIF data suggests your reducing them on Windows Photo Editor. If I'm posting photos I usually reduce them in size on a photo hosting site such as PostImage which can give you options as to how small or big you want your photos to be posted.. that way you don't have to worry about resizing before you post. When you post an image to the web you lost some resolution on it - usually web based resolution is 72dpi. The high resolution on cameras is really only useful if you are going to use them in videos or print them out to large sizes.

Also just to mention on PostImage you can set an expiration date so the photo can be deleted off their servers when you want it to instead of the image being out there forever.

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