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Tibetan Lama

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Tinker, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. Tinker

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    Shot earlier this year; I was lucky after days of miserable weather. As usual I'm open to constructive feedback Lama Jampa 2.jpg
     
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    this Image is very soft w/o details.
    Is this a Scan or a Digital Picture?
     
  3. Tinker

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    it's a digital picture (CVF50); the loss of detail is due to cropping and low quality jpg settings for posting on this website; the original holds the expected amount of detail and sharpness
     
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    I'm wondering where you made this image and what the lama's name is. I do alot of photography of Tibetan buddhist monks and am going to Mongolia to photograph monks there in mid-September...
     
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    Hi, his name is Jampa Rinpoche and I shot this in my back garden !
    He visited us a couple of times during his visit(s) to The Netherlands (he actually lives in Spain)
    Share some photo's after your visit to Mongolia?
     
  6. dirk

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    Hi Tinker,

    if the 1600x1600 Pixel with 500KB is not enough for your image, you can either upgrade to a higher userlevel to get 1MB per image or simply use an external weghoster and embed the image-link here in the posting to display it here within the posting.

    Best wishes
     
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    Nice image - would be great to see a more detailed version.
     
  8. Tinker

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    Will post a higher res version once back from a short holiday....!
     

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