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post #1 of 6 Old 04-14-2010, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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my good camera??

i have learned how to upload pics easy enough but i cant tranfer pics from my good camera. i see lots of good quality pics by others.

so my question is how to shrink pixel count to the right size for up loading on here?
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In the "Attachment Key" it shows the max size (kb and width/height) you can include. You'll need to export high quality/size pictures out to meet these before you can attach them. Or host them on another site like photobucket or picasa webs and link to them with the img /img tag.
Filetype Max Filesize Max Width Max Height
bmp 97.7 KB 620 280
doc 19.5 KB - -
gif 97.7 KB 620 280
jpe 19.5 KB 620 280
jpeg 19.5 KB 620 280
jpg 97.7 KB 620 480
pdf 97.7 KB - -
png 97.7 KB 620 280
psd 19.5 KB - -
skp 97.7 KB - -
txt 19.5 KB - -
zip 97.7 KB -
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I use this free program

http://www.getpaint.net/index.html bill

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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google irfanview if you are running windows

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+1 to getpaint it is a powerful editor and free. Picasa from google is also very nice and will automagically upload pics for you to a web album.
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It all depends upon the photo program that you are using. Most photo processing programs provide a fundtion for reducing the pixel count. If you try to just upload straight from your raw pictures then you have a problem. There are many, many free photo processing programs out there.

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