posted on Aug, 4 2011 @ 01:53 AM
How about this...
If you've got the picture open in windows paint, please draw a circle or rectangle around the object, save it, and post it in your thread. You can
even add text and arrows and such if you want to get really specific. You can even crop and enlarge the photo right there in windows paint to show a
closeup of the area in question.
If you post up to imageshack or photobucket, they already have all the editing tools right there and it's extremely easy to use.
A pixel is a pixel is a pixel. In the end it's all numbers... If you make it simpler on yourself you make it simpler for hundreds of other ATS
members that want to see what you have to show them. But most people simply don't have the time or the energy after a long day of work to deal with
a coordinate system.
They want to deal with a cold beer and a cigarette.
The photo isn't really important anyway. It's what information can be drawn from a combination of the photo and the photographer's first-hand
accounts of what he/she saw and why/where/how the photo was taken to begin with that matters. Information + information = the big picture (at least
how I see it). One could even get into the type of camera, camera settings, etc.. But usually the debates on photographs never make it that far on