Even if you don't have anything with software developement, it's still an interesting read...
Time for a little promotion..;)
Might you or other be interested, I also wrote a number of #Wordpess plugins for the #photography site. Showing some basic exif, a map if you use GPS exif, wikipedia info connected to a post,and a bunch for admin tools to make the working with photography easier.
All depending on the needs and setup of course (the easier part..;)
See https://gerhardhoogterp.nl/2018/06/20/florals-3-3/ for an example for the userside of things,
Search for the keyword "Phototools"
My stepmom "complained" that I sometimes write stuff in the family messenger group that she doesn't understand.
Further questioning revealed that it took her a long time to figure out the ";)" I sometimes make. My sister "But that's just a smiley!", Stepmom "But there are those colorful smiley faces for that!"
Here I am, officially too old school.
Question, does anyone know what mastadon is looking for in a page to show an status-card__image?
My fuzzy tree photo from 500px is included with an overlay with "show or go" options.
When I include an url from my own site in the same way I just adds an url.
I assume that there's an piece of metadata responsible, but ....
Anybody in the know who has an idea?
I was just watching this video on youtube about "should images be sharp" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8ZLlPY19uI)
and started to wonder. His example photo is a bit soft also due to age and analog technology. But still, can I get away with more obvious unsharpness and still have a photo which evokes an other feeling besides "he shouldn't.. really!"
So here's an unsharp photo and my question, could I get away with it.. ;-)
As I'm lucky to see the sunset out of the window of my workspace, I have a whole series of "out of my window" sunsets from which this is the latest..
All kinds of images, all mine.
Digital, analog, nature, street, etc.
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