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Marko S.
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10 Sep 2017 12:06

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We use time just to orientate through space.
 
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the photo guy
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10 Sep 2017 14:42

some classics :D took these awhile back.
(another eh) ringed-titan-white giant [space engine].png
(just an idea).png
bright-white atmosphere-warm dessert [space engine].jpg
HI! I would like to say that I'm just a friendly teen who loves talking and helping people out :) Space engine is truly a wonderful program and the website is also very cool! Many great people here. I hope to make some good friends here.
 
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10 Sep 2017 17:02

here some things i met
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10 Sep 2017 18:03

marscanwait wrote:
here some things i met

numbers 2, 4 and 6 are well done. :)
HI! I would like to say that I'm just a friendly teen who loves talking and helping people out :) Space engine is truly a wonderful program and the website is also very cool! Many great people here. I hope to make some good friends here.
 
MaxVelocity
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10 Sep 2017 18:49

Found PacMan in space 
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10 Sep 2017 18:51

Divided.
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Aborygen
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10 Sep 2017 23:37

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Watsisname
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11 Sep 2017 09:04

Beautiful shot, Aborygen!
 
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11 Sep 2017 10:46

Watsisname wrote:
Beautiful shot, Aborygen!

Thank you
 
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11 Sep 2017 11:48

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Mr. Abner
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11 Sep 2017 12:11

Watsisname wrote:
Beautiful shot, Aborygen!

I concur. 

I'm starting to see a lot of noise in your recent pics when zoomed in to full resolution. Is that a result of some post processing or some new compression artifacts I haven't seen before? They still look beautiful, though.
 
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11 Sep 2017 13:52

Mr. Abner wrote:
I'm starting to see a lot of noise in your recent pics when zoomed in to full resolution. Is that a result of some post processing or some new compression artifacts I haven't seen before? They still look beautiful, though.

Tbh i don't really know, it could be my potato computer or compression artifacts. although it seems to me i know where the problem is. I will try to fix it in my next post.
 
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11 Sep 2017 22:19

Aborygen wrote:
Mr. Abner wrote:
I'm starting to see a lot of noise in your recent pics when zoomed in to full resolution. Is that a result of some post processing or some new compression artifacts I haven't seen before? They still look beautiful, though.

Tbh i don't really know, it could be my potato computer or compression artifacts. although it seems to me i know where the problem is. I will try to fix it in my next post.

Actually, it reminds me of the "oil painting" effect filter you see in some graphic applications. Looks a bit like canvas texture. But as I say, I only see it when I zoom in to 100%, and at that resolution, it is far too large to see the whole thing. (6,400 by 3,600 pixels. Do you have a monitor with that resolution on your "potato" computer? Hardly deserves the "potato" descriptor if that is the case. :o )
 
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11 Sep 2017 23:22

I'm not sure but it might be due to the image hosting service.  Compare it to the original on your computer and see if there's a difference.  If so you might consider using a different site to host your large images -- deviantart will preserve the original quality for example.

I've noticed imgur also does a bit of quality degradation to large images.
 
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