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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Rowse View Post
    4. Choose the 'small' or 'medium' tab (if you choose the large one it makes the page too slow to load for some of our DPS readers who are on slower connections and it won't fit into our design as well).
    Hey Darren, for those of us who don't use flickr, what's the size dimensions for "medium" so that we know what to resize our images to?

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    As an alternative, I use http://imageshack.us/ very easy, no need to register and gives you the code to paste right into reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by smc1377 View Post
    Hey Darren, for those of us who don't use flickr, what's the size dimensions for "medium" so that we know what to resize our images to?
    Small = 240x180px

    Medium = 500x375px

    Swap the values for portrait orientated pictures. For images that aren't in 4:3 ratio, constrain the dimensions so that the result is no larger in either dimension (eg. a small picture could be 240x120px if the original ration was 2:1).

    More to the point though, just don't make the pictures too big - a page of 2400x1800px images is going to cause a lot of people problems so it is better to share smaller thumbnail images and allow people to click through to the original.

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    As an alternative, I use http://imageshack.us/ very easy, no need to register and gives you the code to paste right into reply
    Or Photobucket I find it's very easy to use myself.
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    Just trying to do what you said. Not very good at it yet. Picture of Niagara Falls.

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    embed a pic from my site; it seem to work so here is the text i used.

    (<)object data="YOUR IMG ADDRESS HERE">
    (<)a href="YOUR IMG ADDRESS HERE">


    You must remove the ( ) around < before object and a href, I had to do that to get the text on screen and replace "YOUR IMG ADDRESS HERE" just put the location of you pic e.g. www.you.com/img123.jpg
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    Darren:

    Is post processing allowable in the pictures submitted for the assignments?

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    Unless the assignment specifies "Direct from Camera" then some post-processing is fine. You may want to note what you've done - purists can choose to look away and the rest of us can watch and learn

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    This is my first post.
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    It works. Thanks alot!
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