The Grand Event: an all-stars happening. Make sure you don't miss it!
Started by bigsoldier, June 25, 2017, 09:44:52 PM
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Quote from: capnbirdseye on June 25, 2017, 09:53:39 PMDid you see the 'Attach:' box below where you type your message ? you select your photo to upload from there, must be 120kb or less
Quote from: bigsoldier on June 25, 2017, 10:22:01 PMthank you for your comment.yes i saw it but it only let little kb.it is impossible to upload a good photo here what a pitty..
Quote from: capnbirdseye on June 25, 2017, 11:29:26 PMNot at all, can you find anything wrong with this photo of just 110kb ?
Quote from: bigsoldier on June 26, 2017, 12:05:08 AMwow how did you do that.it writes 1,65 mb less at my photos thats why i cant upload photo i think.
Quote from: Overlord on June 26, 2017, 04:25:11 AMThe obverse and the reverse you linked to seem to be of two different coins. Is that so?
Quote from: capnbirdseye on June 26, 2017, 10:21:24 AM here is the same photo reduced in quality to just 60kb and it still looks just as good good.I think you will have problems reducing your photo size if you are using a phone unless you are able to edit it, the photo's from my small camera are around 400kb to start with but I use a free program called PhotoScape to circle crop and reduce the size, Have a look at the coin photography board to see how others can make low res photo's with iPhones etc here
Quote from: bigsoldier on June 27, 2017, 12:56:40 AMdid you make it lower with a program or another way?i download a program and it could make only 720 kb
Quote from: Figleaf on June 27, 2017, 09:57:30 AMHere are your pictures. The first one was cropped to take out much of the background (on a round coin I could have taken out even more). I chased up the contrast and increased lighting. This brought out the details, which facilitates identification. Next, I brought the pixel depth down to 70%. This lowered the weight of the picture by 90%, while it is only 50% of the original size. Now, for the same cost, 9 other people can also post a picture and your has become much easier to identify.For the sake of completeness, I also cropped the second picture, resizing it and reducing pixel depth, but not changing contrast, as detail is good enough as it is. Its weight came down 95%, from over 700 kb to 34 kb.I used a Mac and Graphic Converter 2 software. Please refer to this thread for more information and ideas. The first picture indeed seems to show a Byzantine coin. We would need the other side for an id. The second doesn't look like a coin to me. I think I could be part of a horse's harness. The two items should be presented in different threads, as they belong on different boards.Peter