He means do we title a picture "Casablanca Zephyr", or do we title it '52" Casablanca Zephyr', or 'Casablanca Zephyr 52"'. Or should we just do whatever we want. I was setting it up with no size in the title, I feel that's what the description is for and I don't think it matters much if the sizes are next to each other within the gallery, but if we agree to put size in the title I will go in and change mine if necessary. But we really need to agree how it's gonna work if we're gonna do it at all, otherwise I'm not wasting my time changing all those if the procedure can't be kept straight. I mean that's hundreds of pictures for me to change, and if I invest the time people need to commit.
Been kind of neglecting to update my pics, but there are problems keeping me from adding/updating pics. I tried copying images from my Photobucket account to my desktop and selecting them to upload, but they either come out too small or its been stretched for reasons unknown and they won't even upload.
I know what you mean here. It has happen to me before, I had to do this for some of the rare pictures that got lost. You have to click on the picture you want to take to be sure that it comes full size and then copy it and not just copy it from the little picture you see in your catalog. You don't keep all your pictures? You count on Photobucket to keep them saved without any back up on your hard drive?
So I take new pictures of some of my fans, and just upload them to my computer but when I try to post them to the website, it says they are too big to upload. How do you guys get around all of this?
i usually set the dimensions to 3mp or 1mp for fan pics.. the member gallery here doesn't upload files larger than 2 megabyte
if your files are all too big, try using an image converter to reduce the size.. or u can upload it to photobucket to reduce the dimension to 1 mp
Exactly that's what I do.
I open them in Paint and sometimes to resave them helps but when it does not I resize them just so that it reduces the weight of the picture. I usually go with 95x95. Sometimes I even did 99x99 and it can be enough to reduce the weight of the picture to 2mo and less. I don't want that it can be seen that the picture is smaller, that's why I barley low it down. You don't want your pictures to look visibly smaller.
I'll have to check my hosting service and see if files larger than 2mb can be uploaded, I would think by now they might have increased it, plus I did upgrade at some point but not sure if that included increased bandwidth..