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    Very NICE.

    Thank You!

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    Just making sure I remember the drill.


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    Nice shot, Ken. Where is that?
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    One easy way to post is to use the digital setting on you camera for email sizing. If your digital camera offers this feature. I do not know if all or most do, as I have to date only owned one camera and it does have this feature. You can post without using an outside source such as Smugbug or Photobucket. This may have been discussed already. Irfanview is okay but the photos come out so small, and it is tedious to use.

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    This photo was taken using the email setting size on my camera, a Sony DSC-W150. I think the setting is labeled VGA.
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    My first post with picture

    Hi, this is my first attempt to post and with one of my favorite pictures, east side of the Fraser river looking south and west to the Gang Ranch, central BC. Hope to meet some of you on the road.
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    too small, (no man likes to hear that)

    That was the max it would let me upload,??? Try again, Nemiah Valley
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    test

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdunn View Post
    One easy way to post is to use the digital setting on you camera for email sizing. If your digital camera offers this feature. I do not know if all or most do, as I have to date only owned one camera and it does have this feature. You can post without using an outside source such as Smugbug or Photobucket. This may have been discussed already. Irfanview is okay but the photos come out so small, and it is tedious to use.
    I'm not sure if you're saying you should shoot in a smaller size?
    I recommend you always shoot in the largest size/quality your camera can take, you can always crop and size down but never the other way! I, of course, learned this lesson the hard way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer View Post
    I'm not sure if you're saying you should shoot in a smaller size?
    I recommend you always shoot in the largest size/quality your camera can take, you can always crop and size down but never the other way! I, of course, learned this lesson the hard way.
    Many digital point-and-shoot cameras have a feature to downsize photos for "email". Every implementation of this feature I've seen preserves the original (and I agree with Gail - shoot the highest resolution you can), and creates a new smaller file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregFeeler View Post
    Many digital point-and-shoot cameras have a feature to downsize photos for "email". Every implementation of this feature I've seen preserves the original (and I agree with Gail - shoot the highest resolution you can), and creates a new smaller file.
    You are correct Greg. And I too agree with Gail. I do not use the VGA feature all the time but find it useful.
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