Plot-A-Graph — September 5, 2022

Kind of busy today, but took the time to relax and play with a few photos from THIS post.

I keep forgetting to play with Plot-A-Verse (Plot-A-Graph is the option I use within Plot-A-Verse), but I occasionally remember . . . and then I look for photographs suited to the effect.

Here are three . . . I don’t know how they will play because I’m linking them from SmugMug . . . and these files are large (~12MB). The first is of one of the pelicans (remember, you might have to give it a few seconds or longer for it to load) . . .

Here are two more . . .

You can also add a zoom effect . . . but the files get a lot bigger (200MB-300MB). The bigger and longer the zoom, the larger the file.

I’ll add a few more when I finish them.

As mentioned, here are the others (three versions).

SmugMug took a long time processing them because the files range from 180MB to 350MB. I don’t know how they will load here, or how readers will see them, but be patient if they don’t show up right away (unless you don’t care, in which case, move on).

Slower version, larger file

You can click on the images for a larger version, but it might be slow to load.

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