Wallpaper photography. Wide-screen and regular-screen aspect ratio.

Discussion in 'Photography' started by FallintoColors, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. Colorful wallpapers for your screen. No pop-up's. No installations
    required.
    16:10 and 4:3 aspect ratio wallpapers are available.
    I have just added some new photos. All photos are taken by me.
    Please visit:

    www.fallintocolors.com

    Regards,
    AKW
     
    FallintoColors, Oct 1, 2008
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    Burgerman Guest


    You need much bigger ones.
    Tiny pictures are a waste of time.
    My monitor on both my laptop and my desktop are 1920 x 1200
     
    Burgerman, Oct 1, 2008
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    Burgerman Guest


    What makes you think that all or any of your visitors are using just 1024
    resolution?
    Quick look in my websites logs shows me that in the last few days alone I
    had visitors with the following resolutions:

    640 x 400 ? Still!
    800 x 600
    1024 x 768
    1152 x 864
    1280 x 720 web tv
    1280 x 768
    1440 x 900
    1400 x 1050
    1600 x 900
    1600 x 1024
    1600 x 1200
    1680 x 1050
    1920 x 1200
    2048 x 1536

    There are more...
     
    Burgerman, Oct 1, 2008
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  4. Thank you for your reply. May I visit your website? Please let me and
    others know your website address.
    Mine is only a small website. The resolutions I offer are most
    suitable for laptop computers with 15.4" or 17" screen.
     
    FallintoColors, Oct 1, 2008
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    Peter Guest

    Thank you for your reply. May I visit your website? Please let me and
    others know your website address.
    Mine is only a small website. The resolutions I offer are most
    suitable for laptop computers with 15.4" or 17" screen.



    I think it's nice of you to offer your work. If anyone doesn't like your
    art, constructive critique, in a diplomatic fashion would be in order.
     
    Peter, Oct 2, 2008
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  6. I think it's nice of you to offer your work. If anyone doesn't like your
    Thanks. Constructive critiques are welcome. My website is small and
    new. I need to further improve it.
    With regards to the comments from Burgerman above, I have adjusted the
    introduction on my website. Presently I offer wallpapers for ordinary
    laptops. Possibly many of them are with 15.4" screen. If the users
    are not demanding, they may like to strech the wallpapers to fit for a
    little higher resolution.
    This is a photography newsgroup. I know you guys are professionals.
    Cheers!
     
    FallintoColors, Oct 2, 2008
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    Burgerman Guest

    Thank you for your reply. May I visit your website? Please let me and
    others know your website address.
    Mine is only a small website. The resolutions I offer are most
    suitable for laptop computers with 15.4" or 17" screen.



    My laptop is 17 inch and is 1920 x 1200.
    My sites are commertial and not related to images so not relevant.
     
    Burgerman, Oct 2, 2008
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  8. I am indeed new here and didn't quite understand the culture.
    What you said is kind of fun : )
    Have a good day!
     
    FallintoColors, Oct 2, 2008
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    Peter Guest

    I am indeed new here and didn't quite understand the culture.
    What you said is kind of fun : )
    Have a good day!


    The culture here is like many newsgroups.
    Sometimes you will get good information. Some are more interested in
    flaming. You will learn who is who.

    BTW I am somewhat new here too. Most here seem to be serious amateurs, and
    there are some pros.
     
    Peter, Oct 2, 2008
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    Dave Guest

    [snip]
    If you have websites and you're a subscriber to alt.photography it's
    reasonable to assume that you are a photographer and that you can let
    others see your work on one of your websites.

    I checked out Fall into Colours (sp?) at:
    <http://www.fallintocolors.com/>
    and liked what I saw, especially the macro shots. Overall I'd say
    AKW's composition is good. My only criticism might be that some of the
    shots in the earlier galleries look oversaturated - but I've never
    seen Canada or New England in the autumn / fall...

    If you'd like to browse my efforts at widescreen wallpaper check out:

    <http://www.henniker.org.uk/html/1680wallpaper.htm>
    where you'll find images which are 1680 x 1050 pixels for most 20" and
    22" monitors.

    C'mon Burgerman, don't be coy and please let us check out your
    websites whether they're commercial and irrelevant or not. And YES it
    does get a bit like:
    to quote Shiva Das ;o)

    regards Dave.
    <http://www.henniker.org.uk> 3300 photos especially
    Edinburgh & Scotland. + 3D rendered art, old ads etc.
    Délété david for email; watch the spam filters.
     
    Dave, Oct 6, 2008
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    Burgerman Guest

    My websites concern money and oil companies, engine tuning etc!
    My photography isnt online...
    And you dont "subscribe" or even need to be a photographer to use a
    newsgroup!

    And I'm crap artistically and good technically. And small images have too
    little information to be useful or of interest.
     
    Burgerman, Oct 7, 2008
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  12. Hi Dave,

    I like your photos : )
    They are in general very nicely framed and the colors look natural.
    I accept you criticism because I did adjust the contrast of some of my
    photos.
    I tried to exaggerate the colors so that the images look more
    impressive on a low contrast LCD screen.
    The target audience of my website is the general public rather than
    only photographers. Not every one has good equipments.
    From what I observed, 15" and 17" computer screens are still very
    common in many ordinary offices and homes.
    People who read messages in this newsgroup likely have good computers
    and screens ; )
    Anyway, I'll possibly enhance the colors of my photos when I have
    time.

    Regards,
    AKW
     
    FallintoColors, Oct 8, 2008
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