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John, respectfully, I wish people would upload images in multiple sizes with the images optimized for file size.
My 27" monitor has a 1440p native resolution and 640x480 images look like thumbnails. Optimized properly, a 640x480 is not that much smaller of file size compared to 1152x864.
Glad to hear everyone had a good time. I am looking forward to photos of any size.
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On Apr 13, 2015 1:42 PM, "'John R. Lonigro' jonigro@...
When I need to send pictures to someone, I always reduce the
resolution to 640 x 480 first (using GIMP). The resolution is
still good enough to view on a computer screen, yet saves lots of
space and, in my case, lets me send several of them at a time. If
someone should ever want a better resolution version of the same
picture, then I would send him that original alone. So far, only
one person has ever wanted the higher resolution version of a
picture. You could do the same when uploading your pictures to
the webpage. I doubt anyone would notice. And, of course, for
pictures of me, the less resolution, the better I look-hi.
On 04/13/2015 11:50 AM, David Martin
I started to upload pics from Ocon, but realized it was
going to limit the Mbytes I could upload, so just a very
few pics, and I had to upload one at a time. So, I deleted
the one pic I had uploaded, but yahoo sent out a message
Not that my pics are anything to write home about, but I
do want to get them posted somewhere and to Jeremy if he
wants to use any. Problem is I must have about 40 or 50
to pick from....
I can't find the file nor the photos???
Did something change or am I just not looking in the
David Martin - Mountain Home, Ar. - K5DCM