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  1. I am a student at Texas A&M University and conducting a project that examines animals in Africa. For this project, I need to locate high-quality images of impalas (Aepyceros melampus) that are reclining and directly facing the camera (as in the attached photograph). Would anyone potentially be interested in sharing any photos you have with me? Thanks in advance for any help! A_A14.bmp
  2. Lets all share our images from our safaris in Hwange National Park. I will kick start with image from the drought conditions of 2007 in the Makalolo concession.
  3. On my trip report thread @ARK1 commented that my photos look small on his large monitor. At the time I was using a 1080p, 40 inch TV as my monitor, so everything looked big to me! Over the weekend, I switched to a 1980 x 1200, 24 inch monitor - and I can now see what ARK1 meant by the photos looking small. So my question to @@Game Warden.....Is there an optimum resolution and dpi (or a combination of both) for photos posted on Safaritalk? P.S. The TV I was using is calibrated to video standards defined by the movie industry but my new monitor is calibrated to photographic standards (sRGB and Adobe RGB) - and I do notice a difference in the appearance of the photos.
  4. Edited, Matt.

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