Just got back and posted photos from the secret retreat in Appenzell here. The artifacts from my camera are still mildly visible. Drat!

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Why do you use the iTools gallery? Ease of use or the fact that you don't have to host the pictures.

Sort of a mix of both. Also, users don't have to login to view. What's the better solution?

I'm trying to figure that out. I've got a bug in my ass to do some photoblog software and am looking for feedback from photobloggers. I thing the WebDAV approach is perfect but their web interface needs work. It can be done. A better gallery system. I know it in my bones and I want to build it.

joi,
your pictures look pretty good to me... which images have the most artifacts?? i'm using both CRT and LCD to evaluate... and not seeing artifacts you mentioned...

i can see in the shot with the phones (like the other image) had a problem with focusing/lighting... which could be solved by using the macro mode...

also, if there is some web software which lets other users (registered to a site or not) to just upload images, i'd LOVE to have that!!! suggestions??

No... Little artifacts. I think they show up when there are dark blues. Greens and other light colors are fine. When there are a lot of dark blues the artifacts get intense.

I see the artifacts too. Are they coming straight out of the camera like that? JPEG format? Maybe the cam's JPEG encoding process is screwy?

Oh Switzerland. Amazing how you can take a picture anywhere in Switzerland and it always looks beautiful. :)

I wish I could find a Sony Ericsson P800 user's feedback on the experience of using that phone for moblogging. From what I can tell it is the ultimate as it has handwriting recognition. Sigh... I dream I dream: that thing costs a grand here.

The artifacts actually show up in my preview display when I am framing the shot. Nothing to do with the post processing. I think it's broken. I'll send it in to get fixed. It's pretty obvious when you're using it.

Yes. Each to take nice pictures in Switzerland.

P800? I bet there is something in German. ;-)

Ouch... yeah, kaput!
Thanks for the P800 lead... good thing german is my first language. :)

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