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60 lakes basin - revisited

Postby copeg » Wed Feb 14, 2007 4:14 pm

Over the last few months, since I bought a slide scanner, I've been slowly re-scanning and re-processing some 'old' (well, not really that old) slides from backpacking trips. Slowly but surely I'll make it through them and put them online. I uploaded a few from a trip in 2001 I took to 60 Lakes Basin. I'm kinda remodelling the site and the format is new, so I hope things work...if not let me know. Also appreciate feedback on the format (or the photos :) ) . It does require javascript to individually view the photos in the 'viewer' webpage. I hope to add a 'slideshow' feature in the near future.
http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~cope/photo/ ... Lakes.html



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Postby MountainMinstrel » Wed Feb 14, 2007 5:38 pm

Great shots Trailblazer. I liked the last one the best. The only thing that I think you need is some type of navigation on the "viewer" page that would let us go to the previous or next image. That way we don't have to go back to the home page. A slideshow would obviously make that less important though.

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Postby copeg » Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:05 pm

MountainMinstrel wrote:Great shots Trailblazer. I liked the last one the best. The only thing that I think you need is some type of navigation on the "viewer" page that would let us go to the previous or next image. That way we don't have to go back to the home page. A slideshow would obviously make that less important though.

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Thanks so much ken! What you suggest about the navigation is kind of what I meant when I said 'slideshow' - probably the wrong terminology on my part. It should be easy to do...just need to make the time to do it ;)
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Postby doug395 » Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:41 pm

Looks good Greg, looking around your site, really like that image of Tunitas Beach; I can hear the river, smell the ocean and feel the light, very cool. What scanner did you get. I got a Nikon scanner a few months ago and was going to re-do everything until I got distracted with the 5D.

Here’s a few images scanned on the Nikon:

http://www.dmphotography.smugmug.com/ga ... #123791029
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Postby copeg » Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:06 pm

doug395 wrote:Looks good Greg, looking around your site, really like that image of Tunitas Beach; I can hear the river, smell the ocean and feel the light, very cool. What scanner did you get. I got a Nikon scanner a few months ago and was going to re-do everything until I got distracted with the 5D.

Here’s a few images scanned on the Nikon:

http://www.dmphotography.smugmug.com/ga ... #123791029


Thanks Doug! Appreciate the comments on the Tunitas Beach shot too. I got the Nikon V ED scanner a few months ago...I can finally go through those old velvia slides, although I wish I had a 5D to distract me :nod: Love those scanned images you posted
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Postby Hikin Mike » Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:56 pm

Looks good Greg!
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