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Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sun Nov 01, 2015 3:32 am

Hi there.

While searching pics, did you ever recognize such pics?

site: http://o.canada.com/life/your-thighs-ar ... emon-pants It seems to be cut.

Click right mouse button and select "show image", then you will see this:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lul ... .jpg?w=660 --> very small

But just read the adress. There is a "w" and "660", that means width = 660 pixels, and that is the size in which the image is displayed.
You can cut this off and then you will see this image:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lul ... 745977.jpg

But even this image is small and seems to be edited. You can not see the full and non-edited version.

when you cut of the "-e" and the 13 figures out of the adress, you will see the full image in full size:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lulu.jpg

Google search will display the full but edited image only. To see the full, non-edited image you have to cut off all figures and the "-e".

This works for many pages. Canada.com is wordpress-based page.

Another online resized image is displayed here:
http://www.punchingpixels.us/yoga_rep/w ... 24x597.jpg

Cut off the size (width and height) and you will see the full image:
http://www.punchingpixels.us/yoga_rep/w ... 101-01.jpg

So when searching images you should have an eye on the adress of the image. Some of them a may be displayed smaller than they are.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:50 am

Very very good info lycrafan! obviously in my experienced case i already knew that from browsing @ posting over the many years on this forum. But to most members here this is brand new knowledge. I would even add further that sometimes the size limitation is presented within the link; sometimes its hidden and you have to go to tools/page info and media to find the image copy and paste and then find the height/width and cut out that part on the address bar* and reload page to get to the full size of the photo. On rare occasions you can do that on twitter photos which almost always limit the size of the photo.
Thats why i almost always open every photo in a separate page/window[*] and go to either view image info or tools/page info/media and look to the address of the pic and check to see if the size limitation is hidden in the address. Usually anything after the .jpg you can delete since all of that limits the photo's size.
On 500px.com they are extremely sneeky and they now make you have to reload the photo's address of of that or else you cant save it directly from save as. [i had to do trial and error to discover this one trick!]

[*]sometimes you cant see it on the address bar of the page that contains the image you are interested in that why its important to load the image by itself on a separate page; if you cant then use view image info or tools/page info/media and find the image itself and then look at the address and see if theres a discernible size limitation.
note that these ''Hints from Heloise'' :D apply to using mozilla browser :!:

*I should also mention that sometimes you see a 720 or 500 in the address; you may want to substitute 1280 where you see the '720' or other number. Most of the time the photo loads in 1280 pixels; a much bigger size. Doesnt work all of the time but more often than not it works especially on twitter and facebook where photos tend to be smaller.

I am sure a couple of you know some other 'tricks' to get larger photos than shown....feel free to share your 'secrets'.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Tue Nov 03, 2015 4:31 pm

Thank you for this additions Davis, which are even very informative. :!:
This should be pinned to the top of the forum or even better to a new forum with "special hints and other tricks and infos" about sharing, finding and collecting images.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:19 am

Its my pleasure lycrafan to disclose these self-discovered 'hints'---i doubt there is any info on the internet on some of this.................i will add one more fairly recent issue regarding smugmug for any of you wanting to get larger pics:

Doesnt happen a lot but depending upon the level of 'protection' of the photographer choses on smugmug getting to the very largest photo available becomes another 'adventure' :oops:

lets look at swiss triathlon: https://swisstriathlon.smugmug.com/
lets say you want to copy the largest size photo from this particular gallery subset: https://swisstriathlon.smugmug.com/Tria ... /i-tn5BFrR

first you notice that there is no download this pic icon so you click on the photo to get the (bottom right hand size 'sizes' icon next to 'buy') when you click on the icon you can get to choose the size photo you want to see:
in this case its X3-Large click on it and you see the largest version of the photo
Image

you cant right click to save as this photo so you turn to 'tools' > 'page info' > 'media' and discover that the X3 photo you want is protected by the following: https://swisstriathlon.smugmug.com/img/spacer.gif meaning you cant save the pic directly or copy the link to a fresh web page to get the photo and you cant right click drag the photo into microsoft paint to try to save it that way either.

WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO IS click the XL version of the photo and copy the link and paste it on the address bar as you see it in this case its:
https://swisstriathlon.smugmug.com/Tria ... tn5BFrR/0/XL/20150822-161734-MRA_6109-XL.jpg

IN order to see the X3 version of the photo you simply change the bold texted part of the address bar above to 'X3' from XL as shown below:
http://swisstriathlon.smugmug.com/Triat ... tn5BFrR/0/X3/20150822-161734-MRA_6109-X3.jpg
when you hit enter you shold see the X3 version of that photo and now you can right click 'save as' and save the pic....
note i bold texted the part of the image code for illustration purposes only
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sat Jan 16, 2016 3:18 am

great Hint! Thank you.

i use the "save images" addon for FF, it works with spacer.gif-protected images. But it is only for FF available and not for IE, i dont know how to do that on IE or others https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/a ... s/?src=api
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Sat Jan 16, 2016 10:38 am

thank you for the firefox mozilla add-on....i just downloaded it....i will try it out one of these days....you are prevy to all of these add-ons; i was not so i ended up finding another way via trial-and-error to get around that smugmug obstacle[*] :P
BY BEING SUCH A WISE GUY :twisted: i found a way without even realizing there was an 'app for that'.
:idea: i have always struggled around how to crack the .gif-spacer protected images.............

nonetheless if i 'invent' more of these hints/workarounds in the future i will continue to disclose them here for the benefit of those unfortunate poor folks like me :? who are not in tune/aware with mozilla add-ons :lol:

[*]the curious thing was i did not even know there was a firefox add-on to solve that riddle.....also ive used a variation of what i posted to get at other websites' larger 'protected' photos that you can see but not able to save.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sat Feb 06, 2016 3:27 am

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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:33 pm

Regarding Instagram.
davislove wrote:
it still is right click protected and no you cant get better resolution than whats uploaded so you right click on the photo of interest on https://www.instagram.com/yogaliebe/ lets say and in mozilla browser you 'open link in new window' and you get the instagram link w the photo and then you hit 'tools', 'page info' and 'media' and scroll to the very bottom and look for the sentence with .jpg?ig_cache_key= [its usually the very last or near the very last] and copy and paste to the adderess bar and that photo should load
Unless some of you know of a shortcut this is the way to save a photo off of instagram; basically the same procedure you or myself would use to get to flikr's protected pics except you are looking for that ".jpg_xxx cache" instead of flikr's .k.jpg or .b.jpg or .o.jpg file name.

HINT: you can usually tell by looking at the photos on an instagram collections of photos page which are 750x750 by looking closely at the blurriness or lack thereof.....if it appears a little blurry its 750x750 if its sharper then its at least 1080x1080....if its 1080x1080+ i will post it if it isnt i wont...sometimes removing the "/s750/" off of the code will load a 940 pixel photo instead of the 750 pixel limit-THAT TRICK I HAVE MENTIONED BEFORE-but its almost meaningless so the photo is 20-25% bigger; big deal....unless its 1080+ i dont collect it.


Lycrafan2004 wrote:
But i guess i have found out - with the Help of Davis - how it works:
If the adress of the image is like that it is the original size.
scontent-yyyy-x.cdninstagram.com/txx.xxxx-xx/e35/figures_figures_figures_n.jpg The Question Tag and the other figures and letters can be cut off, https:// has been cut off to protect the forum from editing this to a hyperlink.

If the filename is like this it is the shrinked version:
scontent-yyyy-x.cdninstagram.com/txx.xxxx-xx/s640x640/shx.xx/e35/cxxx.x.xxx.xxx/figures_figures_figures_n.jpg The Question Tag and the other figures and letters can be cut off.
The blue marked figures are the shrink-size. You can enter here other figures but this will only enlarge the shrinked image. You will see bigger squares, that are the pixels of the original picture.
The red figures have a meaning too, this is the original size in height only. Cut off the underlined parts and you will see the original picture.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:57 pm

Lycrafan2004 wrote:Hi there.

While searching pics, did you ever recognize such pics?

site: http://o.canada.com/life/your-thighs-ar ... emon-pants It seems to be cut.

Click right mouse button and select "show image", then you will see this:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lul ... .jpg?w=660 --> very small

But just read the adress. There is a "w" and "660", that means width = 660 pixels, and that is the size in which the image is displayed.
You can cut this off and then you will see this image:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lul ... 745977.jpg

But even this image is small and seems to be edited. You can not see the full and non-edited version.

when you cut of the "-e" and the 13 figures out of the adress, you will see the full image in full size:
http://wpmedia.o.canada.com/2013/11/lulu.jpg

Google search will display the full but edited image only. To see the full, non-edited image you have to cut off all figures and the "-e".

This works for many pages. Canada.com is wordpress-based page.

Another online resized image is displayed here:
http://www.punchingpixels.us/yoga_rep/w ... 24x597.jpg

Cut off the size (width and height) and you will see the full image:
http://www.punchingpixels.us/yoga_rep/w ... 101-01.jpg

So when searching images you should have an eye on the adress of the image. Some of them a may be displayed smaller than they are.


On some RARE occasions when you take off the restriction size; in the case above: .jpg?w=660
'w=660' you still get a picture that may only be marginally larger but still looks too small....what ive done is to add a 1 or 2 to the 660 number making it 1660 or 2660 and that should produce a very large photo. [if it doesnt then that means the photo is the largest that you are going to see]

Remember that sometimes the limitation factor occurs on both the width and height of the photo; in that case adjust both by either adding a 1 or 2 to whatever number is there but be consitent so that you dont get a disproportionate photo thats too tall and too narrow...if you add a 1 to the height you must also add a 1 to the
width
heres an example that shows you all what i am rambling about:
i use this link for beach volley but i am showing a photo from an album; it happens to be posted today:
https://get.google.com/albumarchive/109 ... mq2ZTpl8Pe
lets say you like one photo; and drag it to a separate window: https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/PQ9V6 ... HIgf8lDb9M=w276-h413

if you add a 2 to each one of the limiting sizes shown in red above then you reload the page with w2276-h2413
values then you get the following photo:
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/PQ9V6 ... 2276-h2413

there is download option so no need for this but i decided to show you via example to adjust both limiting numbers to get a larger photo
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:35 am

Thanx for the hint. Always thought that the image without the limitation option is the largest, the original. But it seems to be not.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:48 am

Google has removed the "Display Image" button from their image search. High-Res Images above 20MegaPixels or something like that are hidden by a script will not be displayed in original size anymore. And you can not edit the link because each file size has a new and their own generated link (cryptic letters and figures).
The link looks like that: xxx.thmb.com/[cryptic]=/[resolution]x[resolution]/filter:no_upscale()/file.jpg
You can edit the Resolution to the original resolution that is given to you by Google and you can edit the Filter-setting to fill(1) or something like that, but that won't help, because you do not know the cryptic link.

But there is help: A Image Downloader named MogileFS. You can find the source code on GITHUB. But i am not experienced with this and i would like to ask someone here if i can recieve help.

GITHUB https://github.com/mogilefs
French Wikipedia Article MogileFS https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/MogileFS
How To https://mogilefs.pbworks.com/w/page/13765357/HowTo

Anybody experienced with this?
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:07 pm

i doubt more than a handful of members on this forum look at 500pix. i am the only one who knows how to extract the photos unless you have read my tricks from above.......
HOWEVER you will need to add one more step as they keep ratcheting up the difficulty level....well i have the solution and i will disclose that trick using the following photographer as an example: https://500px.com/nachocamara

lets say you like the following photo from his collection: https://500px.com/photo/294071449/untit ... %C3%A1mara

you go to tools> page info> media> look/scroll towards the end and always select the image that has 1000 as part of the code in this case: https://drscdn.500px.org/photo/294071449/q%3D80_m%3D1000/v2?webp=true......
note i highlighted in mauve what you need to look for

copy and open this link/code in a different window and when you do you will see the photo: https://drscdn.500px.org/photo/29407144 ... 5e741e3b8a

in the past you would save the photo....BUT when you do now it doesnt save the photo ANY MORE so you open microsoft paint from the start button or from programs and you drag the photo into paint and then and only then can you save it as a .jpg image.
So in resume you do the very same steps as before but you have to drag the image into paint in order to save it

Image Image

:idea: its a lot of work to go thru all of that to get photos from that source 500pix but sometimes its worth it as is in this case:
Image Image
this particular photographer pics are EXCELLENT so much so i remember posting this photo a couple of years back [ i am sure a few of you might remember this one]:
Image
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 1:41 am

in firefox on linux it works to save the image from the direct link to disk. I do not have to copy it first to an external tool to save it.

I don't like 500px, not because of there picture protecting policy.
The images look like they are reduced in quality. On Deviant Art - another forum for semiprof and prof photographers to publish they photos - you can find High-Res Pictures with filesizes in Mb. On 500px its always kb - what i have seen. So i prefer Deviant Art.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:02 am

yes you are right regarding 500pix size-wise ect.......the pic protection there is just hysterical.......i do like those challenges and for some photos it is worthwhile for me to explore there........i have a hard time searching in deviantart and i also find that when you do find them they tend to be a bit dated like what i posted in the leotard section. Photographers or semi pro photographers do publish their most recent stuff on 500pix and you can search by categories like 'leggings' 'catsuits' 'yoga' ect and it automatically searches by most recent first.....even at 1000 pixels as you saw above photos are in decent enough size to merit showing them here on tpowis and the quality is superb......so its a hassle to go thru but its a source i touch base with once a week and i am pretty sure no one else on this forum has seen those pics :twisted:
[exclusive to davislove] :D :roll:

--the photographers that show on 500pix seldom if any also show on deviantart so that also works to my advantage-- :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 12:50 pm

Yes, its hard to find Lycra on DA.
But Picture Size and Quality on 500px leave a lot to be desired. The Quality is like their Name: 500 Pixels.
Smugmug and Flickr are better.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 12:54 pm

Lycrafan2004 wrote:Google has removed the "Display Image" button from their image search. High-Res Images above 20MegaPixels or something like that are hidden by a script will not be displayed in original size anymore. And you can not edit the link because each file size has a new and their own generated link (cryptic letters and figures).
The link looks like that: xxx.thmb.com/[cryptic]=/[resolution]x[resolution]/filter:no_upscale()/file.jpg
You can edit the Resolution to the original resolution that is given to you by Google and you can edit the Filter-setting to fill(1) or something like that, but that won't help, because you do not know the cryptic link.

But there is help: A Image Downloader named MogileFS. You can find the source code on GITHUB. But i am not experienced with this and i would like to ask someone here if i can recieve help.

GITHUB https://github.com/mogilefs
French Wikipedia Article MogileFS https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/MogileFS
How To https://mogilefs.pbworks.com/w/page/13765357/HowTo

Anybody experienced with this?

Google has removed the opportunity to see Super-HighRes-Pictures. But Third-Party Search Engines, that use Google, are still displaying the Super-HighRes-Pictures. Here is one new that was rebuild by the merge of ixquick and startpage: https://www.startpage.com/. Its anonymously and displays even the Super-HighRes-Pictures in a frame with hidden Referrer.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby davislove » Sat Apr 06, 2019 8:51 am

lycrafan regarding my 500px trick and what they are doing to hide the image post.......
I just learned that when you see an image its in a newer webp format:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebP
In any case there are tricks to get the image such as deleting the -rw [3 characters] in the address or image title:

https://www.howtogeek.com/325864/how-to ... eg-or-png/

BUT

those tricks will Image [NOT] WORK with this site if you are in firefox; i dont know about chrome; i havent tried their website on chrome........NONETHELESS
what i posted still stands i can get the image but you have to go that extra step and load it onto microsoft paint so that you can save it as a .jpg image

at least i know now why i wasnt able to save it as before...
A new image format for the Web
WebP is a modern image format that provides superior lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. Using WebP, webmasters and web developers can create smaller, richer images that make the web faster.

WebP lossless images are 26% smaller in size compared to PNGs. WebP lossy images are 25-34% smaller than comparable JPEG images at equivalent SSIM quality index.

Lossless WebP supports transparency (also known as alpha channel) at a cost of just 22% additional bytes. For cases when lossy RGB compression is acceptable, lossy WebP also supports transparency, typically providing 3× smaller file sizes compared to PNG.
eventually since this is a very new format it will be picked up by the various browsers out there...so i was the initial guinea pig to get hit/stumped with why i wasnt able to save a pic from a site ive ALWAYS been able to save it albeit with more difficulty......TOOK ME 3 DAYS to figure out a solution + even the tricks online WONT work with this website on firefox YET...so in conclusion the smartass guinea pig that i am :twisted: figured it out :idea: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:00 am

i dont like chrome. but it also works in Opera. I have not recognized many problems in saving pics on the web yet, but next time i will remember that it may be a picture in new format. Thank you for that hint!
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

Postby Lycrafan2004 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 2:36 am

Regarding WebP. With Firefox on Linux it works very well.
Here is a Example Page (hidden Referrer): href.li
You can right click on the Image and save it but it will be saved in webp-format.
Here is how to save it as jpg.
Right click on the Image, Display Image and you will see this Adress:
Code: Select all
https://static.wixstatic.com/media/828545_fdb04d5b2c6a4ab0a491980d29a6636b~mv2_d_3404_4096_s_4_2.jpg/v1/fill/w_476,h_573,al_c,q_80,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01/828545_fdb04d5b2c6a4ab0a491980d29a6636b~mv2_d_3404_4096_s_4_2.webp

Now delete everything from the *.jpg and you will see the Image in full size and as jpg.
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Re: Advice: Searching Images, small Pics

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