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    Senior Member velasco's Avatar
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    Wink What do you like your photos to be sized at?

    I always have dilemmas on sizing my photos during postprocessing.
    I used to have them at 640 x 480 and now im increasing them to 800 x600.
    With the larger screen resolution in new comps, i think the latter would be deemed more appropriate.

    & again its more of uniformity for me. I want my pics to look the same with same borders and all but recently, i tend to just size my photos any size which i believe is fitting.

    & then, i saw posters who resize pics smaller than average and the quality looks crisp and stunning.

    what size dya guys usually size too, lets not take into account bout printing. just for web display.

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    Default Re: What do you like your photos to be sized at?

    about 800 x 600
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    Default Re: What do you like your photos to be sized at?

    my images for posting are usually sized to 800 pixels on the longer side.
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    Default Re: What do you like your photos to be sized at?

    800 for me too

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    Default Re: What do you like your photos to be sized at?

    600 by 896
    Too lazy to crop out the extra 96 pixels. Most of the time I do a resize the original photo only.

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