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    new photo upload size restrictions?

    did the image size restrictions for upload change again? I can't load photos now that are over 5mb? isn't working from mobile or ie. up until yesterday I was still able to upload up to 10mb images.


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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    i used to have trouble with that size also David, but i recently made them smaller and everything is working great
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    new photo upload size restrictions?
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    Even 2.26 is too big.

    Is this a policy change?
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    I have always suggested that people resize before uploading. The software has always resized them and it does not do near as good a job as you can.

    Guidelines to adding a photo to your post.

    1. Resize photo to 1000px on the long side.
    2. Resolution set to 72ppi (Pixels Per Inch)

    These guidelines will be good for viewing on a computer but will not be good for printing. This will help safeguard your copyright.

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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    I tend to go for under 300kb
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    Us with SLOW internet prefer smaller file sizes then we can see all the images
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    I always upload all mine at less than 200kb, I don't think it makes that much difference to the look of the image, but it loads way faster.
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    I tend to be in the 200-300 kb range too.
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    Thanks for all of the replies, everybody. I know I sound kind of jerky on this, but I've never had to resize just to post before and this is just one more step I have to have time and space for just to post.

    So all of you are downloading your final image after editing then making a resized copy just to upload here? Are you just making tiny files straight from LR OR PS? Do you delete these small images after? How many copies of those images are you making/keeping?
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    Re: new photo upload size restrictions?

    Quote Originally Posted by dh photography View Post
    So all of you are downloading your final image after editing then making a resized copy just to upload here? Do you delete these small images after? How many copies of those images are you making/keeping?
    I keep my smaller files in a "For Web" folder that goes in a "For Nikonites" folder that sits on my desktop. Each month I start a new folder that has the year, month and jpeg annotation. This way I can go back to specific times and dig out files if I ever need them for further web posting.
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