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Vacheron Constantin: Gorgeous vintage vacheron!

And with rubber seals perhaps some water resistance in a vintage (non diving) watch?
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By: LS
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Photography: Original photo size according to mac preview viewer is

3024x4032 and is 2,096,788 bytes (2.1 MB)
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By: LS
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Photography: And here is the same photo uploaded from MacBook Air via Safari

First used airdrop to transfer pic from my iPhone to my mac.
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By: LS
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Photography: Casey, thanks for your help deciphering this..

I wouldn't know where to begin in determining the compression ratio of a photo. I guess the app produces better upload results, though. I will use it going forward if I take a picture of something I want to share.
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By: LS
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Amazingly thin!

An ultra-thin is an excellent addition to any collection.
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By: LS
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Photography: Yes, good photos are hard and take patience!

I was just noticing that some seemed to be degraded in transport between my photos app and the website. And I started to notice other photos were spectacularly crisp snd in focus. here are some landscapes...
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By: LS
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Photography: Ok, Here it goes...from the app

To describe my photo on my ipad, the text is crisp and clear and the 3 o'clock index and crown are in focus. want to see how this looks uploaded.
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By: LS
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Photography: How is it that everyone takes and upload such good photos?!?

I want to, too! I take pictures on my iPhone and upload them and the image quality always seems to get reduced on the uploaded image. They look decent on my phone and I think I have a pretty crisp photo. Then I upload it and it gets blurry. Am I missing a setting on the site? on my phone? Is there a
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By: LS
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