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Old 07-30-2004, 09:10 PM   #1
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Today was my first opportunity to upload some pictures and I was not pleased with how small mine look to those of others. I'm sure it must be the antique of a digital camera I am using, but was hoping there is some adjustment or something I could do to improve it. It could also have a little to do with the technically challenged photographer (which would be me) as well. Please respond in 101 computer language with step by step details so this simple mind can comprehend.

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hi Liz,
you might start by looking at this article we put together a while back:
http://www2.splitcoaststampers.com/n...?id=80_0_1_0_C

in general though, if you keep a few things in mind you should be okay. here's a few hints.
- use images in jpeg format. this is the default format for most digital cameras
- the gallery software will downsize any picture that is larger than 640 pixels wide or 480 pixels tall. you can upload something larger than that if you wish, but it'll get reduced.
- once uploaded, you can edit your photo (including replacing the picture itself) by clicking the Edit Photo link. you'll find this link on the gallery page for each photo.

hope this helps!
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Old 07-31-2004, 01:59 PM   #3
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Thanks, this had just the things I needed to know....I'll give a try!!!

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I went to look at your gallery and it seems as though you are just not as zoomed in on your cards as others may be...there is alot of that black around the edges of your cards...but they show just fine! I really like your simple somethings tree with the rhinestones!!! It is way tooo cute! I am going to have to try that! Thanks for sharing
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