Dic 31 2012, 21:32 di Nemoflow
Ago 24 2009, 12:24 di fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
Mag 12 2009, 14:12 di selcukalhanAll About World Music
All About World Cinema
TOP 30 MUSICIANS FROM RUSSIA and EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
1.Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
4.Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky
8.Stan Getz (UKR)
9.Arvo Part (EST)
12.Russian Red Army Choir
20.Jascha Heifetz (LIT)
28.Andrei Makarevich (BLR)
Apr 27 2007, 22:09 di OllemannToday Mstislav Rostropovich died of cancer. Let us all remember him as a great musician and a fierce idealist.
"The Chicago Tribune reported that rumors about declining health began to spread in 2006, when he underwent unspecified surgery in Geneva and later that year received treatment for an aggravated ulcer.
Rostropovich had been treated at a Moscow clinic in early 2007 for what was reported to be hepatic cirrhosis, or degeneration of the liver. At the time, rumors flew that he was dying, fed by his having been visited by Russian President Vladimir Putin. It later was discovered that Putin met Rostropovich to discuss details of a celebration the Kremlin was planning for March 27, 2007, Rostropovich's 80th birthday. The celebration took place and Rostropovich was reportedly in frail health.
The Itar-Tass news agency reported that Rostropovich died on April 27, 2007 in Moscow, after having been hospitalized in February of the same year for intestinal cancer. He was 80."