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mmoy
2016-06-07 11:37:45

helmuc wrote:

what lens do you use? 100mm with extensions?

We're getting seriously off-topic here. I'll reply to this one, but if you want to continue the discussion, let's do this in private.

It's a 105 mm f/2.8 macro, at ratio 1:1 on an APS-C camera. I used a mix of flash and sun light to get proper exposure. Full meta-data here: http://mmoy.piwigo.com/picture?/2428/ca … p;metadata

helmuc
2016-06-07 11:27:31

mmoy wrote:

Thanks :-). Cool thing with macro: take your camera for a 1-hour tour in a garden, and end up with at least one great shot (and probably 100 missed shots too ...).

:D :D I get what you say 100% :)

what lens do you use? 100mm with extensions?

my humble set-up is Canon 5D (1) + 100mm 2.8
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I love playing with 100mm and my blackmagic camera.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-VcvZu3Vnw .. but after seeing your photo they seem more like telephoto shots rather than macro :D

have a great day all :)

mmoy
2016-06-07 11:21:46

helmuc wrote:

off-topic.. @mmoy - just check out your gallery and omg.. this macro of yours is uber-fantastic!

http://content.screencast.com/users/hel … erfect.png

Thanks :-). Cool thing with macro: take your camera for a 1-hour tour in a garden, and end up with at least one great shot (and probably 100 missed shots too ...).

helmuc
2016-06-07 11:14:52

mmoy wrote:

I just opened the "macro" album and found it.  Indeed I had to find it from the root album.

off-topic.. @mmoy - just check out your gallery and omg.. this macro of yours is uber-fantastic!

http://content.screencast.com/users/helmuc/folders/Jing/media/8a9dff50-30f8-412d-bcd9-c5d5c2ef1df2/perfect.png

helmuc
2016-06-07 11:11:46

good morning,

funny enough - I found your "contribute to demo" call on twitter https://twitter.com/piwigo/status/726715617009606657 .. :)

.. submitted 5 photos.

have a great day all,
Helmuts

lamnt
2016-06-06 09:23:52

Hi Friend,
I am Linda
I am a new member
Nice to meet you

mmoy
2016-05-16 22:05:52

plg wrote:

How did you find the URL of the photo in the contributor website? For now, I have chosen to give the link to the contributor Piwigo website and not to the photo page.

I just opened the "macro" album and found it.  Indeed I had to find it from the root album.

plg
2016-05-16 20:57:35

OK, I'll see how I can make obvious that the original size will be submitted to demo.

How did you find the URL of the photo in the contributor website? For now, I have chosen to give the link to the contributor Piwigo website and not to the photo page.

mmoy
2016-05-16 19:24:13

Hi,

I just noticed what could be a small "confidentiality issue" with the plugin: it sends the full-resolution image to the demo, even if the site provides only low-res images.

I'm not personally impacted as I always publish the full-resolution of my pictures, some people may (typically pro photographers that would be happy to share low-res images in exchange for a link to their website, but usually do not share the full-res for free).

I've noticed it on:

http://piwigo.org/demo/picture.php?/764/category/113

which links to the original website:

http://fmorin.piwigo.com/picture?/1366/ … coin_macro

I think it would be nice to make it clear for contributors, e.g. replace the text "contribute to demo" with "contribute full-resolution image to demo", or add a confirmation pop-up. Or at least mention it in the documentation of the plugin (admin.php?page=plugin-contribute_to_demo).

plg
2016-05-15 22:48:47

If you move the website (change URL) but keep the database, you won't lose your secret keys.

If you reinstall the plugin, you will lose the secret keys. To remove your photos from the demo, you will have to contact us.

I don't remember that the secret key is sent by email.

matthys
2016-05-15 22:37:46

Thanks for the quick explanation, just one more question regarding:

plg wrote:

I don't recommend to deactivate the plugin after submitting, and certainly not to "remove" it (or you will lose the key).

What if you move your website of things get broken? Or just reinstalls the plugin? And how can you losse the key when it's send by email? Because you mention:

plg wrote:

Piwigo Demo sends back a unique key, which must be kept secret.

plg
2016-05-15 22:16:54

TheDoc wrote:

An who has enough webspace to upload pictures in that size :-)

<joke>Piwigo.com users ;-)</joke> If you take one of the 3 recommended hosting providers, you get unlimited disk space.

TheDoc wrote:

So it seems that the minimum 2000 Pixel in one direction, right?

Right. Either 2000 pixel high OR 2000 pixels wide.

plg
2016-05-15 22:14:47

Hi matthys,

matthys wrote:

Could you explain a bit about the plugin needed to be installed? Can you safely remove or deactivate it after submitting? What does the plugin do, only send the photo/picture? Sorry to ask, though I think a great idea to have some example photos in the demo ;-)

The extension:830 adds a link "contribute to demo" on the edition page of each photo. When you contribute, your Piwigo sends the photo + extra info like your URL, the title of your gallery, your email address (for notification). Piwigo Demo sends back a unique key, which must be kept secret. This key will let you remove your photo from the demo at any time, among other things. The key is the link between your Piwigo and the demo.

I don't recommend to deactivate the plugin after submitting, and certainly not to "remove" it (or you will lose the key).

In a next version, I will add the list of the photo you submitted and their current state in the demo.

matthys
2016-05-15 17:08:24

Could you explain a bit about the plugin needed to be installed? Can you safely remove or deactivate it after submitting? What does the plugin do, only send the photo/picture? Sorry to ask, though I think a great idea to have some example photos in the demo ;-)

TheDoc
2016-05-07 10:26:18

An who has enough webspace to upload pictures in that size :-)

So it seems that the minimum 2000 Pixel in one direction, right?

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