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The wow factor in displayed photos
I have been watching the threads and enjoy the creative of the posts
Re: The wow factor in displayed photos
A sample posted under 100k and a link to a high resolution version of one of your problem images may garner some great ideas.
If you use Photoshop you can post fairly large pictures which are under 100k using the 'save for web' function in Photoshop as described here: Size, Quality and/or Format your Attached Images.. (Click here)
How to attach Files/Images to your Posts or Threads: (Click here)
To post a larger resolution that is over 100K then you can host your image elsewhere and attach a link in the thread, but also please attach an under 100K version (so the thread remains useful in the future, regardless of external links).
Other Hosts if you do not have your own site: ImageVenue.com (3Meg max, free) pixentral.com (2Meg max, free) photobucket.com (1 Meg max free, 5 Meg PRO) mediafire.com (100 Meg per file, free) post a link in the thread to the site that is hosting the larger image.
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