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    test: photo

    This is anohter photo from the dive meet. I deleted it cause it ws waaaaayyyyyy to huge...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinning View Post
    This is anohter photo from the dive meet. I deleted it cause it ws waaaaayyyyyy to huge...
    Are they "way huge" maybe in pixel dimension and/or file size when uploaded to Photobucket? Possibly if they are, maybe Photobucket is doing some resizing/adjusting that causes loss of quality.
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    download a photo resizer and resize your pictures to about 800pixels wide on landscape oriented photos and about 500 on portrait oriented. then upload and post the original. or you can just attach them to your posts on this site.
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    This one is pretty easy to use and best of all "FREE". It also has some other neat little features to embellish the image. Set the size as Adam had suggested.
    http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm

    Also I noticed in your recent dive shots that the Colorspace was listed as "Uncalibrated". In general when posting to the web an sRGB colorspace is set. I don't know if Picasa has a way to do this.
    Mark........

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    I up loaded it directly to this site and it was larger than my screen.

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    that's why you have to resize it to about 800 pixels wide. these days most screens are about 1280px(720p) wide...though some, like mine, are 1920 pixels(1080p) wide...and then there are the 2560px monitors, but they're not very common.
    Last edited by adam75south; 05-26-2010 at 07:44 PM.
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