A shot from 9 january 2013 (yes a year old), taken in Aabenraa Harbor, Denmark
cool one !
really great work!
Great shot, some strange lines in the sky.
romzhy: Thanks, I would like to ask witch "strange lines" you see, cabels from the crane, or the rub hal in fog down in right corner just under the light? :-)
Superb piece of work
agree there is a strange circular mark in the sky, but awesome shot anyway
I see the strange lines to. Changing screen, over "exposing" the screen settings and a angeled "Insight" to the screen, looking at the sreen from "a top angel-view". Straight looking at the screen it does not show. It is possible a result of wrong quality
Wow, Wonderful Shot!!!
I want to make a new commentary regardig this "strange lines". I have "investegated" litle and I want your feedback please:
- I am working on a IMac 27" (brand new, not even 14 days old)
Resolution: 2560 x 1440
screen calibrated with Spyder 4 Elite. I looked at my jobs standard computer screen, and I have connected a extern standard computer screen to my Mac, and YES
on this screens I can see the hashes in the gradient parts of the skys, also I see it in diffrent gradient parts of the picture.
Due to the blacks ability to enhance moire
it shows mutch better, even using RGB colors, similare to printing with example CMYK or US standard SVOP. I think this gradient defects is a result of the screens opportunity to show
a perfect gradiens in your screens.
Can any one give me a feedback if they have possabilities to try the same "tests"..
Maybe I should mention that on my mac I can not even provoke these defects, the picture is crystal clear, at regular transitions between all colors.
In my notebook, I saw those lines pixelated, but in my job in a Mac27 2,5k monitor also I havent seen it, desapeared