Tag Archives: GIMP

Photography Experiment #2: HDR From One RAW File

Expanding on my last experiment with exposure bracketing whereby a photo is composed of several separate exposures using layer masks in post-processing, I found a good candidate for a similar technique where the different exposures come from the same RAW file. Continue reading

Sunset at Gemmys Point, Lakes Entrance Victoria

My Exposure Bracketing Experiment Using GIMP Went Surprisingly Well

I accidentally took this photo the other day at Gemmys Point near Lakes Entrance, Gippsland Victoria, overlooking the Gippsland lakes just after sunset. Continue reading

Scaling Images for Websites

Last week I hastily posted a rant about massive images used in some web pages and web formatted email newsletters.

Fingers have since been pointed at Mailchimp, a popular mass mailout service, for the bungle. Apparently Mailchimp says it scales images that are published with emailouts. It does, sort of. Continue reading

When Adding Images to a Website… PLEASE Scale!

G’day everyone! It’s been a while hasn’t it? I haven’t posted lately because I’ve de-prioritised blogging for a bit to get some other stuff done. Sorry about that. Or maybe you’re glad of the space?

Anyway, time for a bit of a rant and hopefully some education. Continue reading