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  • HUGE Pictures

    Ok, is there anyway that we can request if people post pictures they re-size them. If they use photobucket they can be re-sized quite easily and most hosting sites either re-size automatically or its easy to re-size.

    But these huge photos make my eyes hurt.

    Ta Da!

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    Really? Your eyes hurt because of the picture size? You should get that looked at, seriously.
    What an idiot....

    Yeah, I do that Twitter thing.

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      the photo resizing in photobucket sucks as it tend to pixelize the photos making them hard to see.

      My recomendation is to resize them yourself in photoshop or similar program.

      I usually resize them to 640w x 427h and try to keep the file size between 40k and 80k. that way they load quickly

      pic taken with Canon EOS 20D (by my wife), unretouched, 640 x 427 (86k)
      Last edited by sailerm; 09-12-2006, 07:58 PM. Reason: photo discription

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      • #4
        Re: HUGE Pictures

        i noticed that photbucket has changed their resizing. It's now got a list of four, two I remember say mesage boards (but the make it too big) and email (that size is good)


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        • #5
          Re: HUGE Pictures

          Irfranview is a great program for resizing photos and its a free downloadable program

          i've forgotten how to change the settings on my digi cam, so i just open my photo folder up in Irfranview and change them to 600x400ish there.
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