And the rest!Welcome dude. head on over here and show us some pretty pictures of the crank https://www.rotorburn.com/forums/index.php?threads/project-car-motorbike-thread-lets-see-em.149155/page-559
Welcome mate, we're all old farts here. But I'm still year younger than youFunny thing is in the late 90's, I could right programs to build database collection etc. Now I need to learn how to resize photos on my phone to post them.
On an iPhone, click on a picture.Welcome mate, we're all old farts here. But I'm still year younger than you
If I'm posting from phone, I find easiest to take a screenshot of your photo. Will then be small enough to post.
Right click on the photo and 'open with paint', then use the resize button, usually around 60% does the job.If you message or email them to yourself your phone will probably give you the option to resize. Then use the one you sent yourself.
or there are apps and hosting sites if you want to be more particular about what you’re doing.
That really shouldn't happen. If you reduce an image down to, let's say 1200px wide from whatever the phone takes it at, image quality should still be good even below 1mb.Problem is a good looking photo with nice detail at 5-6mb then looks like it was taken using a potato when reduced down under 2mb.
Most of this is due to poor quality compression algorithms rather than file size though. Paint/Windows Image Viewer/Editor image resizing functions are very "lossy" - ie: they sacrifice a lot of fine detail to keep file size to a minimum. Even if you keep the resolution large they still often look like shit because they're simplifying the image details so there's less details for the compression algorithm to have to write into the file. But if you jump into Photoshop (if you have it) and play with different compression algorithms in the "Image Size" function. You'll see some subtle variations between different compression processes and their outputs, but (IMO) a smaller resolution image at a higher quality presents better than a high resolution image with pox details.Problem is a good looking photo with nice detail at 5-6mb then looks like it was taken using a potato when reduced down under 2mb.
I'll see you there. VDHS won't do vintage any time soon. Lobbied for years to have more than just Elite for women, despite 20+ women usually entering, and many being 12-15yo. They've just been forced by AusCycling to make more female categories, but unless Shane decides to race an old bike, it won't happen. I'll keep the 222 ready jusy in case though.