Saturday, November 2, 2013

"Demo at Memphis 2013 1" --- Sold


Today I started teaching a workshop at Memphis TN. I want to thank Sheryl Hipps for organizing, and thanks for all the artists for attending. This is my image of my first demo.

Now I have a technical issue. You see how bad the image of the painting is. It is not because I took a bad photo. I took a very good photo. I did some minor processing on GMIP. The image looks great on my Mac. However, when I uploaded the image on Blogger, it has changed completely. It became lousy like this. If you want to see a good image of this painting, please click my Chinese blog.  This is second time I have noticed that Blogger change my painting image. This is big problem, because I don't know how to show the genuine look of my painting on my blog any more. Currently, I don't know how to solve this problem. If some of you know what is going on and know how to fix this problem, please contact me. I appreciate it very much.

9 comments:

Lorraine Shirkus said...

I've had the same problem with blogger changing my image—it looks coarse and contrast-ier. I thought I was imagining it but yours is the third comment on this I've seen. In my case, it has appeared to correct itself. Love your work and your journey. Good luck to you!

Sue Harrell said...

Hello - Debra Becks Cooper reported the same problem on her block, Debbie's Art Space. I don't know whether she was able to get it corrected, but it appears that this problem has happened to several people.

Andy said...

This might help...

Auto-correct Google+

Karen Robinson said...

I have had exactly the same problem. It is a recent thing and is doing my head in.

Karen Werner said...

I had the same problem, and mentioned it on my blog. Catherine Jeffrey told me this: Google+ has an auto enhance feature that apparently is messing with our images. Upgrade to Google+, go to settings and photos and turn off auto enhance. I have already done this, and I think it worked.

Dean H. said...

Wow..absolutely no comparison between the two images, Qiang! The tips on Google+ will hopefully help.

Things have disappeared from my sidebar thanks to them messing with blogger, I believe.

Art by Sheryl Hibbs said...

OK Qiang. You said today at the workshop that we should make comments so here it goes! This painting is so much more beautiful in person and we had a wonderful time with you here in Memphis! While I recently had a total "hipp" replacement, my last name is spelled Hibbs! Hahaha!

Pat Brookes said...

Wow, Huang, this does make a difference. I don't know how to fix blogger. I like ths abstract page on your Chinese page and the colors in the background. I tried to write to you on that page, but I must have been in the wrong space.

Pat Brookes said...

Me again. Now that you have pointed this out, I checked my blog and discovered the oils don't look right, but the watercolor sketches are fine.