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akornylak


Jun 6, 2010, 12:21 PM
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I'd like to share Chris Brown's photo essay from a free ascent of Sheer Lunacy (5.12) in Zion, for A Steady Drip Magazine
Enjoy - http://bit.ly/aACfxt


joeforte


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Is anyone else experiencing VERY LONG load times for each photo, even though they are low quality?


akornylak


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Its a slide show, so there is a pause between each one. If you click on a photo you will be able to use your arrow keys to go between each one.


lrossi


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The site says "grain" so I shouldn't complain, but I gotta say those are some grainy photos.


JakeRd


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lrossi wrote:
The site says "grain" so I shouldn't complain, but I gotta say those are some grainy photos.

Agree. At first I thought it added a cool dimension to the pictures, but then it got annoying. But if that's what the photographer thought was best, then that's his right.


the_alpine


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Just saw this. Thanks for linking it up Andrew.

I was trying to experiment a bit with this - both with image processing and image delivery.

Its definitely grainy.


todaytourism


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I love it...that was so cool...I like to try creating one too...^_^


kennoyce


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JakeRd wrote:
lrossi wrote:
The site says "grain" so I shouldn't complain, but I gotta say those are some grainy photos.

Agree. At first I thought it added a cool dimension to the pictures, but then it got annoying. But if that's what the photographer thought was best, then that's his right.

I guess that's what the photographer wanted but in my opinion, it just looks like they were shot with a $50 P&S at ISO 6400. Not my style of photography.


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