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Posted By: Graeme Ogg
Posted On: Monday April 15, 2019 at 3:23 PM
 
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Looks fine for size.
Maybe the photo editing facility on your Mac also allows simple cropping of the image? That can be useful for getting rid of surrounding clutter or empty space. And if you have trouble getting all of a model properly in focus in a close-up, one answer is to shoot from further away, which makes the focussing just that little bit less tricky, then crop out the surroundings afterwards.



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Can anyone tell me how to control the size of the pictures? (EOM) by Richard Nosker #25701
This is a query that pops up here from time to time! by Graeme Ogg #25701.1
Thank you, Graeme. by Richard Nosker #25701.1.1
Much better. Thanks. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25701.1.1.1
Looks fine for size. by Graeme Ogg #25701.1.1.2
I use the programmes that come with my lap top. by Mike Coupe #25701.1.2
It would be nice if this website got into the 21st century. by Harvey Goranson #25701.2
Facebook and Google and all the sites like that are entities with money up the wazoo. Anyone by Tom Ciryak #25701.2.1
Ability, yes. Time, not until I retire in about 15 years. by Robert Bolin #25701.2.1.1
My point exactly........ (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25701.2.1.1.1
Just edit the img tag in the HTML and set a width and height then you needn't maintain two sizes. by Robert Bolin #25701.2.2
I find myself doing something similar. Though I keep both sizes. One to post and the other by Tom Ciryak #25701.2.2.1




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