Nicely done! What software are you using? (And thanks for submitting it in .png format!)It is a photo of the emblem on the trunk of a 1700 voyager. The logo itself was cut in half and flipped so that the shading was even on both sides. I then removed The V in the voyager text and the bottom rocker and added the 750 and Web address. It is transformative from the original photo, and Kawasaki does not have a trademark for the emblem. Even still, it is fair use as this forum is for educational purposes relating to Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycles.
Thanks all! I use paint.net. Free and good enough. Png is my preferred format because no background.Nicely done! What software are you using? (And thanks for submitting it in .png format!)
Pretty good for free via website. You have a PC? If so, you should give GIMP a try. It's open-source which means it's free, far more powerful than Photoshop, and with literally thousands of free plug-ins and extensions (no ads) there's not much it can't do. Here's an example:Thanks all! I use paint.net. Free and good enough. Png is my preferred format because no background.
I couldn't get a decent picture by then. Don't think any I have are that great, at least not without a lot of work.Time's running out, fellas! Get your submissions in by the 17th of this month!
What kind of phone do you use, Spockster?I couldn't get a decent picture by then. Don't think any I have are that great, at least not without a lot of work.
Yes it's probably ok, I just haven't been taking any good pics. I've kept the resolution settings low for text and email.Camera not any good on that model?
I can still fit in my pink Speedo. Just my Speedo and my cut...A calendar of members and their bikes? I'd pay $20 for that if it was printed.
Do you have some sort of data limit on your phone? What about your home's internet connection?Yes it's probably ok, I just haven't been taking any good pics. I've kept the resolution settings low for text and email.
Would be hard to find a background right now that isn't gray barren woods.
No it's just courtesy to not send 1gb to someone in a text. Data might be free but someone's time is more valuable.Do you have some sort of data limit on your phone? What about your home's internet connection?
Most mobile carriers offer unlimited texting and messaging, which includes images.
A GIG? For a photo???No it's just courtesy to not send 1gb to someone in a text. Data might be free but someone's time is more valuable.
Got fiber optic at home, fastest ever.
Just used gigabyte as an example.A GIG? For a photo???
An average DVD movie in 1080p is roughly between 1.5 to 4 gigabytes. There's no way you're taking 1GB photos.
I just looked up your Moto G, It has a maximum 50mp (megapixel) resolution. It's most likely a 1 bit system which means that each picture you take should be roughly between 3-10 MB.
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Even if your phone was taking 64-bit photos with 50 megapixel resolution (which it couldn't), the maximum size is 381 MB. If that were true, a hundred pictures would consume 38 GIGABYTES.
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Set your resolution to maximum, buddy! 5mb is quite small. Well....it wasn't always that way, lol!
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I have a 1 Terabyte (1000 Gigabytes) card in my phone. The equivalent of over 500 movies.
I do remember the days of dialup. Who could forget that sound???Just used gigabyte as an example.
Don't have a memory card so storage is also a concern, I just don't use high resolution for random snapshots.
Now if I decide to have posters printed, I crank it up.
Edit... I just got into that habit when using dialup and I think there used to be a problem on phones where high res pics wouldn't display the entire picture at the same time.
Oh, okay! What do you think of the flaming letters logo?Yes, it has a slot, just haven't put one in it yet. I have several with my camera. I don't keep a lot of stuff on my phone.