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Trial and error and loving it! More pics for review please

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    40piggies is offline Junior Member
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    Last edited by 40piggies; 03-14-2008 at 02:18 PM.

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    tegan is offline Senior Member
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    You have compressed your photos to 217 by 325 pixels which is too much and they are fuzzy as a result. For vertical photos such as what you have the dimensions should be more in the range of 400 by 640 pixels which would provide a larger, sharper image.

    Without knowing what software you are using, it is difficult to tell you how to re-size your images.

    The print size info. on your shots indicates .6 of an inch by .9 of an inch which is another reason for the fuzziness too. I am not sure what you did to produce that result.

    Last edited by tegan; 03-12-2008 at 08:15 PM.

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    I wouldn't worry about regular pics of kids online - but that's just my opinion...

    You should know that when the pics are removed from a thread like this, it basically kills the thread and no one can learn from it.

    I TOTALLY understand your reasoning though so no worries.

    I would just ask that in the future please try not to delete the pics that are posted.

    For me, even though it's a small forum its goal is as a teaching tool. Future visitors need to see the pics so that they can make sense of the comments.

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