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Old 06-02-2010, 05:47 AM   #1
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Cool Post Your Projector Screen Shots

Post your Projector Screen Shots in this Thread.

Please keep them clean & within Forum Rules.

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Old 06-02-2010, 05:48 AM   #2
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Old 06-02-2010, 01:14 PM   #3
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I'll start things of with some.


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Projector: Epson TW3000
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Old 06-02-2010, 02:33 PM   #4
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Positioning myself in front of the crease, getting slashed behind the knees by Billy Smith! :(
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I can't compete since I don't think my pics are up to snuff....but if you would like to see who's pics I do think look the best, check out GeologyNut....his screenshots are the best I have ever seen!
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Old 06-02-2010, 04:47 PM   #6
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Cool idea.

I may post up one. I'm about to try to replace my screen so after I dial things in I'll try to get a good screen shot.

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Old 06-02-2010, 05:26 PM   #7
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How will we know that the shots are from front projectors? Maybe you should have to put an object in the corner of the screenshot so we can tell!? Just a suggestion
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I am at work and can't post pics within my post, so I had to link the one I thought was my best (but not up to the standards many others will have posted.) My pic is from a 720p projector too, so please be kind.....

https://images.blu-ray.com/htgallery/52045_full.jpg
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Fors,... That's nice

Kurtis,.. I wouldn't expect anyone to be inclined to cheat. Maybe I'm just too trusting.
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:34 PM   #10
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Good idea for a thread. I'm currently sans digital camera, but when my new Canon SX210 shows up next week, I'm in. Need to get some pics of my setup to replace the crappy cell phone pics in my gallery anyway.
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Nice idea Suntory_Times!
Do we only get one submission?
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Old 06-02-2010, 11:48 PM   #12
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This is the Blu Rush ~ R30 on my PJ !

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Some of my better pics. Gear is listed in my sig.

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Old 06-02-2010, 11:54 PM   #14
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Here is my best one i think. I might need to take some new ones later tonight.


Panasonic AE3000 1080P. 130" DIY WilsonArt Screen.
Edit: I added another one.
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Old 06-03-2010, 12:11 AM   #15
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Here's a couple of mine....I'll have to take some new ones






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Old 06-03-2010, 12:17 AM   #16
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Nice idea Suntory_Times!
Do we only get one submission?
I think it would be best if only one picture is submitted, but will allow up to three be submitted per person. Have updated rules.

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Here's a couple of mine....I'll have to take some new ones

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[IMG]https://images.blu-ray.com/htgallery/43127_full.jpg[IMG]https://forum.blu-ray.com/projectors/projectors/projectors/projectors/projectors/projectors/

Ooops...I don't know how to make them smaller!
it's a picture thread, so I don't think it really matters, but if you do want make them smaller edit you links so as _full is not in the link, and then provide a link underneath the image with _full included so people can see the photos in there full resolution.


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Fors,... That's nice

Kurtis,.. I wouldn't expect anyone to be inclined to cheat. Maybe I'm just too trusting.
Same here, I guess if there is any doubt we could have the person retake the photo standing in front of image. But I think it'll be fairly obvious if someone cheats.

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Old 06-03-2010, 04:25 AM   #18
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Have updated rules. New rules are in bold and address questions asked thus far in this thread.

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I am at work and can't post pics within my post, so I had to link the one I thought was my best (but not up to the standards many others will have posted.) My pic is from a 720p projector too, so please be kind.....

https://images.blu-ray.com/htgallery/52045_full.jpg
Very nice indeed. You're being modest as your screen shots are very nice.





For anyone interested, the little I know about photography, most digital cameras have a countdown. I suggest placing the camera down (either using a tripod or a flat surface and having it countdown from 10 seconds to remove any shake from your hands and then it take the picture). Turn flash off and I personally just set everything else to automatic (though I'm sure there are many better ways to do this). Take three or photos like this of each separate projected image as they one may not turn out, or they may turn out slightly different. Then select the one you want to keep crop it, saving it as a .png (so as there is no quality loss due to compression), and post up your photo. This works quite well for me, it may not be the best way, but it may help.

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Old 06-03-2010, 06:13 AM   #19
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For anyone interested, the little I know about photography, most digital cameras have a countdown. I suggest placing the camera down (either using a tripod or a flat surface and having it countdown from 10 seconds to remove any shake from your hands and then it take the picture). Turn flash off and I personally just set everything else to automatic (though I'm sure there are many better ways to do this). Take three or photos like this of each separate projected image as they one may not turn out, or they may turn out slightly different. Then select the one you want to keep crop it, saving it as a .png (so as there is no quality loss due to compression), and post up your photo. This works quite well for me, it may not be the best way, but it may help.
I am just using a normal point and shoot canon digital camera, just like the one in my avatar picture. Here are some tips that i use that make my pictures look better.
-First i put the camera in manual mode, and of course put the timer on, and have it on a tripod, or just make a flat surface to sit it on, that way there is no shaking and it is as steady as possible.
-Next, there is a setting in the menu where i can change the exposure/shutter. I usually put the shutter anywhere from 4 seconds to just 1 second depending on the brightness of the picture i am taking. The brighter the scene the shorter i set the shutter. I will take a few pictures all with different shutters and see which one looks the best on the computer. On my camera I can pick shutter 1", 1.3", 1.6", 2", 2.5", 3.2", 4" and so on. Usually if it is a super dark scene i can get away with using 3.2" or 4", but on normal scenes that would make the entire picture white, so i use the shorter shutter speeds.
-Last thing before I take the picture i put the iso speed on the lowest setting i can (most lowest one is 80 and my highest is 1600), that usually takes the grain out of the black areas in the picture.

Hope some of that made sense and helps someone.
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Decided that multiple images (up to three) can be submitted by each user as most seem to be inclined to upload more then one.

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