- Feb 5, 2018
Yep. My Android phone just downloaded the full size 16MP original dng. Haven't tried with my windows PC, but I can't see it being a problem. Google Drive preserves the original file, no matter what format.
He he he. I'm the furthest thing away from an IT expert you could imagine, but I can figure out Google drive, and photo. It actually works quite well for storing, finding and sharing photos. If you go into Google drive settings, and enable create Google photo folder, whatever jpegs you upload through Google photo is stored there in drive.Ooooooooh! I'm getting clevererererr at this IT thingy stuff
Those came through. I loaded them up in ACR and played around with them a bit - here's my take, hope you don't mind:
Nice shots!It looks fine. I'm apologies for going off track with regards to the thread but I think sometimes we tend to get "caught up in the moment" and see things as how we feel them as opposed to how they actually are. The camera invariably can't reproduce that "feeling" although we can sometimes get close to it via processing skills. I've posted this before I think but it was an abysmal day for photography with 50knott winds and blown sand and spray. I had that "caught up in the moment" feeling but knew that with so much crap in the air the image would be soft and the colours muted but took the shots anyway. I'd only just got PS and Nik silverefex pro and my skills were limited but I got pretty close to how I felt when I took the shot by playing around, literally, for hours
View attachment 738035Windy City by Kevin Dickinson, on Flickr
View attachment 738036Windy City 2 by Kevin Dickinson, on Flickr