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File:Hydracarina.jpg[edit]

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Water mite

File:Maddona del Melograno (Collegiata di Santa Maria della Scala - Chieri).jpg[edit]

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15th cent. Franco-Flemish sculpture

File:Wilhelm Steinhausen - Alpine Landschaft, Tränken der Kühe (1879).jpg[edit]

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File:Rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus) Fogg Dam.jpg[edit]

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Rainbow bee-eater (Merops ornatus), Northern Territory, Australia

File:Portrait of a Carpathian Lynx.jpg[edit]

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File:CDI-CA-MM-00005-restored.jpg[edit]

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Fotografía en primer plano, de anciano de la comunidad Qom

File:Ciudadela, Carcasona, Francia, 2023-01-07, DD 216-218 HDR.jpg[edit]

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Fortified city of Carcassonne, France

File:Catedral Basílica de Salvador Nave 2021-6674.jpg[edit]

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File:Convento da Penha Vila Velha Capela Chancel 2019-3585 (edited).jpg[edit]

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File:Walt Whitman - George Collins Cox.jpg[edit]

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Walt Whitman 1887

File:St. Trudpert Münstertal 04.jpg[edit]

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  • I think Ikan means that the blue windows are right at the edge of the frame, which is fair enough, but ultimately you have got to make the crop somewhere. Personally I think it is well framed as it is but we will see how the votes go. Cmao20 (talk) 21:45, 24 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Info You can see a JPG-copy of the original raw file here. The photo was taken with 10mm wide angle. It was not possible to go further back to get the lines more vertical. After perspective orrection there were not many alternatives in cropping in my opinion. I request anyone who has a better suggestion for cropping to upload it using the link mentioned. --Llez (talk) 07:16, 25 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Lucas Cranach d.Ä. - Bildnis der Prinzessin Sibylle von Cleve (1526, Klassik Stiftung Weimar).jpg[edit]

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Lucas Cranach the Elder, Portrait of Sibylle von Cleve, 1526.
https://lucascranach.org/en/DE_KSW_G12/ --Thi (talk) 23:48, 23 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Dust storm approaching Stratford, Texas.jpg[edit]

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Dust storm approaching Stratford, Texas
  • Gallery: Commons:Featured pictures/Historical#1930-1939
  •  Info created by George Everett Marsh Jr., restored, uploaded, and nominated by Yann
  •  Support Restoration of historical image, used in many articles across all Wikimedia projects. The exact date it was taken is known. I even found who is the photographer. See his story here. Obviously the original picture got a lot of dust. I imagine it is difficult to keep a clean camera in this environment. FP on English WP. -- Yann (talk) 10:20, 23 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Mayfield KY State Farm CRU -23.jpg[edit]

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For weather-related damage photos, it is very high quality. 99% are not even 2,500 pixels in 1 dimension. Actually, this image is higher quality than any other tornado-related featured photograph, with the current one being 4,032 × 3,024 pixels (File:Low-end EF3 damage to a home in Virginia Beach, Virginia.jpg). WeatherWriter (talk) 02:35, 24 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Basílica de San Nazario, Carcasona, Francia, 2023-01-08, DD 46-48 HDR.jpg[edit]

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Basilica of Saints Nazarius and Celsus, citadel of Carcassonne, France.
 Support OK; you're the author. Charlesjsharp (talk) 22:12, 23 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Персеид (метеор).jpg[edit]

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A photo of a meteor during the Perseid meteor shower in mid-August taken from Skopje

File:038 Svartifoss waterfall (Iceland) Photo by Giles Laurent.jpg[edit]

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File:Yamaha Recorder YRA-901.jpg[edit]

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an alto recorder|, model Yamaha YRA-901. This instrument is tuned in F at baroque pitch (a = 415 Hz), is made out of castellowood in a 3-piece construction for the baroque fingering system

File:Comparison optical telescope primary mirrors.svg[edit]

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Comparison of nominal sizes of primary mirrors of notable optical reflecting telescopes, and a few other objects. Dotted lines show mirrors with equivalent light-gathering ability.
  • I've reviewed the file and fixed all issues I could recognize (I'm speaking English, Russian, and Hebrew, and with some help from translation tools could make fairly educated guesses for other Slavic langs there; for Chinese, I totally relied on Google Translate, and the changes I made were very minor). It would be great if someone could re-generate text2path stuff after Arecibo’s text was updated. Also, I see that the generated PNGs show some issues for James Webb and Gaia – looks like the subscripts there are breaking something. DmitTrix (talk) 09:47, 23 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Comment I'm torn, because I love the comparisons of scale, but I don't like the crowding or the overlapping text, so I wonder whether it might be better as a table, though I recognize the problem of FAST and the radio telescope in Arecibo being so much bigger than the others. This is definitely a good VI, but is the usefulness sufficient for it to be featured, or might we decline to feature it, for aesthetic reasons? -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 01:19, 22 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • It is not possible to show that much information in reduced space in another way. While it would be possible to create a table, the information would be lost, and we couldn't see the relative size, so we would miss the point of this file. Yann (talk) 09:58, 22 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Alberto Santos-Dumont, half-length portrait, facing front, sitting, with right arm resting on back of chair LCCN2008676779-Edit.jpg[edit]

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Yes it was the sharp in the time, however, I did a AI improved version that can be visited here which with confidence the fanatics and purists in restoration will hate --Wilfredor (talk) 17:53, 21 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Yes, quality is better, but do we have to follow that path? Yann (talk) 23:20, 21 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Question for @W.carter: Wilfredor (talk) 23:51, 21 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Not quite sure why you ping me, when it's clearly Adam Cuerden who is our biggest expert on restorations. And I hope that you don't include me in the "fanatics and purists" group you mention above, because that would be very insulting. But I'll try to answer as best I can.
AI can be good for reducing noise in modern photos, if it's handled the right way, but not so good for fixing up old photos. AI simply isn't good enough for such things yet. This is because (as the AI techs put it) "it lacks consequentialist thinking". This is at the moment the big problem that those working on AI in films are dealing with. For example, most AI still have a problem with hair, and therefore it can't see the difference between a hair growing from someone's head or if it's just lint on the film.
The noise in modern digital photos is fairly uniform and predictable since it is made in a digital way. AI can find patterns in it and make calculations about what the missing bits might be, and make the image better. Photos made on glass plates or film are a very different matter. They are made in a more "organic" way with noise and grain more random, which makes it hard for AI to "read" the info in it. AI isn't smart enough either to recognize damage made to a photo by time (scratches, dust, lint, spots, etc.), because "it lacks consequentialist thinking". AI can scan a photo/object in 3 dimensions, but it can't see the 4th dimension: time. It can't see if a line in a photo was there when the photo was taken or if it has been added later. Real, good restoration work is not about making a photo look better (a lot of people misunderstand that part), it is mostly about reversing time for it, trying to make it look like it did when it was new and sometimes doing the same retouching or lighting work a photographer from that time could/would have done. AI is still a blunt tool painting with big strokes using a "digital roller", but good restaurations need to be done with a very fine brush. That is why humans are still the best tool for doing restorations. Sure, AI-aided tools (like all the tools in Photoshop) are great for human-guided micro-work on a photo restoration, but AI is pretty useless for big overall once-over works.
I know how much you like all these new digital inventions, but they are still just tools, and any work is best done if you select the right tool for it. AI is not the right tool for restorations. Yet. --Cart (talk) 09:31, 22 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thank you for taking the time to respond to my comment, I think we could take some points about this and put them in the FPC guideline. When I talked about purists in restoration I was thinking of myself. I think it could have been misinterpreted but I would never think badly of you, on the contrary, I admire you and that is why I invited you to this conversation. And btw, I want cite the Nolan Restoration of 2001 again to compare what is a well done work and something digital alteration that look better but its not a real restoration [1] Wilfredor (talk) 19:49, 22 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I think there's probably cases for generative AI models, but they're for things like "adding in some paper to fit this torn section that matches the other paper, or other cases where the thing being generated is far, far from the focus of the image. The bright spot upper left in File:Chief Joseph by Edward Sheriff Curtis.jpg where you want to match darkness and pattern might have AI applications, as the randomness screws with the tools you'd normally use. But don't use it to clean up the image. Adam Cuerden (talk) 15:35, 25 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Bled Island & Bled Castle (1).jpg[edit]

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File:Cape Barren geese (Cereopsis novaehollandiae) in flight Kangaroo Island 2.jpg[edit]

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Cape Barren geese (Cereopsis novaehollandiae) in flight Kangaroo Island

* Oppose Per SHB2000. Charles, the sharpening mask is wonky, our AI overlords seem to have mistaken some tree branches for birds --Julesvernex2 (talk) 08:34, 21 February 2024 (UTC) Reply[reply]

  •  Comment Čarlton, beside dust spots, which could be cleaned, i dont get trees. They are far further than birds i suppose and yet there are some parts of tree in hyperfocal and much of them out... !? So actually you keep birds, go there exact time on put same EXIF and make trees. Than stitch. Try manual foucs to set trees to similar blur as here. --Mile (talk) 09:56, 21 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:SAARC Fountain 01.jpg[edit]

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Automobile light trails in Bangladesh

File:Wood Sandpiper Safari Park.jpg[edit]

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Wood sandpiper (Tringa glareola)

File:View from Eisenberg castle 01.jpg, featured[edit]

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View from Eisenberg Castle, Eisenberg, Bavaria, Germany in a southwesterly direction. In the foreground right Hohenfreyberg Castle
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Result: 10 support, 0 oppose, 0 neutral → featured. /-- Radomianin (talk) 13:12, 25 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
This image will be added to the FP gallery: Places/Natural/Germany#Bavaria

File:Asher B. Durand by Abraham Bogardus.jpg[edit]

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Asher B. Durand

File:Rufous hummingbird (61556).jpg[edit]

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Female rufous hummingbird

File:Ebakiivrik.jpg[edit]

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Simocephalus sp

File:Great Sphinx of Tanis, Paris.jpg[edit]

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Alternative version proposed by Charles[edit]

File:Catedral de Colatina.jpg[edit]

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  • Gallery: Commons:Featured pictures/Places/Interiors/Religious buildings#Brazil
  •  Info Interior of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral, seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Colatina, Espiríto Santo, Brazil. Created, uploaded and nominated by -- 10:41, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Support Taken using Apple ProRAW mode. -- 10:41, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Support Yes, I know the pixel level detail is not very good. And Arion you should still invest in a proper camera if you want to do well at FPC, the results with an iPhone will be very hit and miss. But, this file is huge (42 megapixels) and this 11 megapixel downsample is pin-sharp except for a tiny bit of corner unsharpness. Add to that a careful composition, an interesting modernistic church in an underrepresented region at FPC, and the fact that this one unlike the last one is perfectly centered, and you've got yourself an FP in my view. Cmao20 (talk) 17:35, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
     Support In the country where Arion lives it is not safe to carry a camera, it draws a lot of attention from assailants, a phone is more discreet especially if you plan to walk on the street with it. Wilfredor (talk) 19:00, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    Yes, the bandits might think: "Da dude has a camera, he's crazy? Let'steal it from him!" 20:34, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Oppose This is a very good and useful photo, but I don't think that on a site that has great, sharp photos by Diliff, Poco and others, this is one of the best on the site. Even at 50%, the upper stained glass windows are not sharp. -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 05:20, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I have seen the works of Diliff and Poco a Poco, but I find it unlikely they would consider the possibility of traveling to countries like Brazil to undertake photographic projects, recalling the incident where Poco a Poco was assaulted. It's important to acknowledge that for those from developed countries, fully understanding the personal and security risks in these environments can be challenging. When evaluating photographs, as it highlights the dedication and bravery needed to capture these images, even within a church. My personal experience with photography in Venezuela exposed me to similar risks, underscoring the significant problems faced by photographers in these regions. The accessibility to high-end equipment, such as a D850 camera, is limited in many countries, which can be a barrier to high-quality photography. I believe it's important to encourage and support more FPs from photographers in developing countries. Currently, there's a notable imbalance, with a majority of FPs originating from Europe. Diversifying the geographical representation in photography not only enriches our understanding of different cultures but also provides a platform for talented photographers from various backgrounds to showcase their work. Wilfredor (talk) 12:03, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • There are some situations in which shooting an FP may be impossible, and in this case, that's unfortunately due to high crime. But it's not about countries being more or less developed. We've featured quite a lot of photos of developing countries, including Brazil. I don't think features are necessary to encourage good photography; they exist to put a stamp on the very best pictures on the site. We have QI and VI, and if someone wanted to develop a program for acknowledging the best photography in high-crime areas that are given some kind of understandable definition or of developing countries, as defined by some recognized measure - or, I think more relevantly, of places in the Americas other than the U.S. and Canada, because we could predict that a slew of Basile Moran's photos of Laos would clean up in any contest for the best pictures of developing countries, and they are already FPs - that would be great! -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 20:55, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I understand and partially agree with you; however, you mention Basile Morin of Laos by way of comparison… it's funny to read because no other developing country is more dangerous, homicidal, robbing than Brazil. It's another level of reality. 22:13, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    Yes, we have selected other photos from Brazil, most of which are mine, which is why I say it's risky. In Venezuela and Brazil, I used to dress very casually to avoid attracting thieves. I remember carrying a bag of bread or sweet potatoes, with the camera hidden at the bottom of the bag. If someone tried to rob me, I could show them it was just bread or sweet potatoes and nothing more. So, when I arrived at the place where I wanted to take a photo, I quickly planned my exit (usually by motorcycle taxi), quickly took out my camera, snapped the photo in 10 seconds, and then swiftly left the area. This technique worked for a long time, but the camera was a donation, not something I bought myself (it was donated by Dcoetzee about 15 years ago). This image might not be on the same level as those by Diliff and Poco, and I know that might seem unfair, but my vote is more about the circumstantial evidence of the dangerous country. Sorry if my comment seems excessive. Wilfredor (talk) 22:38, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • As someone who grew up in the bad old days of high crime in New York City, I'm certainly sympathetic. Loads and loads of cameras were stolen here in those days, though it sounds like today's Brazil is much worse than that. -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 22:41, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I want to share with you a recent incident that happened during my trip to Brazil and why I've decided to avoid traveling there for some time. Upon arriving at the airport, my suitcase was immediately stolen. Then, 30 minutes later, I went to pick up a car I had rented online, only to find out from the rental company that they had no record of my booking, even though I had paid almost a thousand dollars. I then took an Uber to the house where I was supposed to stay. The next day, I managed to find a very cheap car, but it had trouble starting. Still, I set off on my journey, only to be stuck in a traffic jam for four hours, during which I was robbed by a motorcyclist. Afterward, I needed to refuel, so I stopped at a gas station where an attendant filled up my tank (as is customary in Brazil). However, when he came to charge me, I noticed the fuel gauge hadn't moved; my tank was still empty. It seemed that even the Shell gas station had scammed me. I called the police, who told me that the problem might be with my car and if I left without paying, I could be arrested. Reluctantly, I paid. Later, when I headed to my Airbnb, the address in the listing was different from the one the owner gave me, which turned out to be in a favela – yet another deception. This experience was a typical day in Brazil. Wilfredor (talk) 01:01, 20 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    P.S.: By the way, much of what is the Category:Featured pictures of Brazil (mainly São Paulo) is due to the Wilfredo[r]'s effort and work; just compare Category:Featured pictures of Iceland, Ireland or Slovenia (developed countries), for example. 02:13, 20 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Bataille de Forbach, 6 août 1870 - Jean-Adolphe Bocquin et Jules Férat.jpg[edit]

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The Battle of Forbach, Franco-Prussian War

File:Karpvähiline.jpg[edit]

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Ostracod
  •  Comment For my part, I don't think I would even consider featuring a photo of an unidentified creature. I realize that educational value is not always emphasized on FPC, but I think we do have to maintain some minimum standards of usefulness in photos of living things. -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 22:43, 19 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
 Comment If we go to some smaller insects and other similar creatures, then exact identification may only be possible based on genetics. I don't know if that is the case here, but for a stuff that small, ordinary approach may no longer work. Kruusamägi (talk) 10:51, 20 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
 Comment Also, the picture may be exploited for educational purposes indipendently from the identification of the species. Besides, the author of the work may not be able to identify the species, but someone else could in the future - in the aim of the collaborative projects that Commons and Wikipedia are. --Harlock81 (talk) 12:46, 20 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I don't think that's a good reason for a feature, but Kruusamägi's remarks give me pause. In cases in which it's impossible to identify the genus by sight, wouldn't a higher-level taxonomic category be sufficient? But how would we determine when that's the case? -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 19:12, 20 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]

File:Tiigi klaasiksääsevastne.jpg, featured[edit]

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Chaoboridae larvae
  • Agree with Charles it's a shame to be unable to fix stacking errors due to the fact that RAW pictures were sent to garbage -- Basile Morin (talk) 01:10, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I fixed the stacking errors.
    I disagree about keeping the raw material.
    I have already explained once how much space it would take. I don't see any point in keeping files that I almost never need. Digital garbage is already a big problem in the world today, and producing on top of it is not a sensible thing to do. Janeklass (talk) 04:26, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Reading "it is not possible for me to fix this error" / "RAW pictures were sent to garbage" suggests that the stacking error would never be fixed -- Basile Morin (talk) 05:02, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I must have rushed the answer a bit. I thought it would be necessary to restack, but there was no need. Janeklass (talk) 05:07, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • HDD external hard drives between 8 and 14 TB cost between $100 and $200 in 2024. Much less expensive than camera equipment or microscope. And certainly enough space to archive RAW pictures for 5-10 years -- Basile Morin (talk) 05:13, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    I'm sorry, but my vision of that time is different. Now that I think about it carefully, I even have some raw files from 2011. I have never opened them since the first time. They just consume space somewhere in the cloud. In my opinion, a hard drive is not a safe solution anyway, many things can happen to them. I keep my files in the cloud.
    By the way, HDD is an outdated technology today. Janeklass (talk) 05:26, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • I still see possible issues, though I don't know if they're stacking problems or in the original. What accounts for some areas of blur on the bottom of the creature? Motion blur such that we can't see the cilia there? -- Ikan Kekek (talk) 06:16, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    Microscope lenses are used in photomicrography, the dof of microscope lenses is very small. It is very difficult to get every little hair in focus and it is not always successful. It is very difficult to find that right stacking step length. You can't take too many shots, otherwise you'll have too much overlap, and if you take too few shots, you might end up with blurry areas. This problem has probably arisen because these hairs have not been brought into focus. I don't think it's a problem. The overall appearance of the character is nicely seen and that's enough. Janeklass (talk) 06:39, 18 February 2024 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  •  Support Thanks. It's a remarkable photo. I'd love to see an entire individual, but this is already quite obviously worth a feature, in my estimation. I would have left the bubble in the photo, though. I don't see why you should have to eliminate those all the time. -- Ikan Kekek (talk)