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Thread: trying someting with pictures

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    Super Member abdconsultant's Avatar
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    trying someting with pictures

    Not happy with my photos when i post, so I'm experimenting,Name:  DSCN4122.JPG
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    Last edited by abdconsultant; 03-14-2012 at 06:46 AM.
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    Looks good to me.
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    So how did you get the last one to be so large?

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    They look really good.

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    Looks good, you are talented. Please share with us! I don't know why the moderators can't set it up in the picture posting to automatically post the correct size. I think flicker does this and it would make it easy for everyone.
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    your projects look good. to my eyes [not the best] the first pic is a tad small. i like the other two
    Nancy in western NY

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    So when I export from picasa i have a choice on the size i want to export the first is 380,Name:  DSCN4138.JPG
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    This is really good abd, The 640 one is the size I use. It's not just how big to post the picture but how long it takes to download. I find although I love to look at the photos of lovely projects, most pictures are too big and I usually give up after a few minutes because the picture hasn't downloaded. It is even worse when there are two or three large photos. Yours downloaded very quickly.
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    I downloaded "shrinkpic" and it shrinks all my pictures that I send out. It is free.

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