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Candlestick Tree, Niton Undercliff

Candlestick Tree, Niton Undercliff


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  • I'm having real trouble with photographing my pictures at the moment - the thumbnails look fine,but then when you click on them there's an enlargement which makes the painting harder to ''read'', and loses detail or rather makes it fuzzier.

    I could blame the software, but I think it's probably me.... anyone got advice? Am I getting too close to the pictures when photographing them (well, how would you know? I mean, is that a likely explanation?)? I'm using a now rather elderly Olympus C-160, and have been using FastStone Image Viewer (but have not had trouble with either before..).

    Anyway, this shows up better on my blog at

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Sat 26 Sep 12:46:46
  • Beautiful tree Robert, love it :)

    Posted by Maria Hughes on Sat 26 Sep 13:24:58
  • You're quite right Robert, the enlarged version sometimes becomes a bit out of focus here, especially with oil and acrylic paintings. Might be the shine of the paint. This tree of yours is just great with lovely details of the moss and twigs.

    Posted by Satu Vartiainen on Sat 26 Sep 14:59:02
  • Certainly would look magnificent big Robert great work

    Posted by dennis rounding on Sat 26 Sep 16:56:52
  • Quite an achievement, Robert; the graphic marking is extremely effective. Powerful piece!

    Posted by Ruth Dolan on Sat 26 Sep 18:15:31
  • Another nice piece Robert well done mate .

    Posted by dennis roberts on Sat 26 Sep 23:28:37
  • This looks like a unique tree Robert, well captured.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Sun 27 Sep 12:23:56
  • A cracking painting Robert.

    Posted by russell edwards on Sun 27 Sep 20:14:47
  • Lovely windswept feel to this piece, Robert.

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Mon 28 Sep 15:51:51