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Utrecht by Nelleke Utrecht by Nelleke
Another oldie :)


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Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands.

My photos are NOT stock. This means I do not want them to be used in any way. I don't mind them being used as a reference for a drawing/painting though: please
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:iconle-ari:
Very beautiful photo and very beautiful city! You are big talant!
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:iconsteamhead1880:
SteamHead1880 Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just wow!
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:icongiovanino:
giovanino Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow . got to be there now
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Sammyman92 Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful xD
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TTM77 Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Just curious, why do you like TIF format?

Usually I find JPG is better when it come to picture with lots of shades of color, mix of sharp and soft ares.

While I find PNG is amazing awesome with sharp pictures.  Very detail while have small file size.

One of your TIF picture I tested it... and here are the  file size with same resolution:
GIF = 195k
JPG = 197k
PNG = 1.05meg
TIF = 1.09meg
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:iconnelleke:
When you use TIF during editing you lose no quality, which you do lose when saving as JPG. The reason it's still TIF when I'm uploading it here is because I apparantly forgot to convert it to JPG when resizing. Which isn't that bad, because with some pictures you can lose quite a lot of quality in that convert as well.
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TTM77 Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
how do you know it loses quality?  I heard that a lot but I can't find any indication of it.  I know there are option to reduce the quality and usually I set it to high quality.  :D
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:iconnelleke:
It can really make quite a difference! But you do what you want to, and I'll do what I want to ^^
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:iconttm77:
TTM77 Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
no, you misunderstand my question.  I want to see how the quality is lost.

Do you want to tell me how you can tell if the quality is lost?  :)
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:iconnelleke:
You can see the difference when you zoom in :) It won't matter much if you only save once, but I safe after every step, and you can see it well in that case. The reason I safe in tif is so it can be printed in a large size if necessary.
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