Plant Database forum: Photo question

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Name: Juli
(Zone 5b)
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daylily
Feb 22, 2012 8:11 PM CST
I use Apple's Aperture to manage my photos. I need to export from Aperture to upload here. I have several options for export size. I just uploaded 4 images of Plant: (Quercus macranthera).

You can tell by the time which one was uploaded first... 1st one at 50% - 2nd at constrain to 640x640 and the 3rd one is constrain to 1024 x 1024, the last one I did a custom setting and have it at 800x800 pixels.

The last one, that is 800x800 was uploaded at 9:05 p.m. It looks the best to me.

Would someone mind checking it and see that they can see the entire image on their PC before I upload a bunch of these?

Thanks!
Name: Dave Whitinger
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dave
Feb 22, 2012 8:22 PM CST

Garden.org Admin

800x600 is an excellent size.

Anything up to 1000 pixels is good. Anything above that, and the system will automatically resize it down for you.
Name: Juli
(Zone 5b)
Region: United States of America Charter ATP Member Cottage Gardener Daylilies Garden Photography Enjoys or suffers cold winters
Birds Hummingbirder Butterflies Dog Lover Cat Lover Garden Ideas: Master Level
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daylily
Feb 22, 2012 8:31 PM CST
Thanks Dave! Sue deleted the ones with the larger images. I will use the 800 size! Thumbs up

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