Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Chatter - Anything and everything' started by b*a*vintagequeen, Sep 30, 2004.
Were my photos that bad???
No, they are fine. I have had both Men's and Women's Harris tweed bomb, too. Or go for next to nothing. It's not label I buy any more unless the item will make it on it's own desserts.
Thanks! Oh well I have it on a pending relist to start while I am away next week..hopefully I will come home and find it bid on..the colors are really nice in it!
I didn't think they were bad, but I checked the file size of some of the pictures and they were pretty large. I don't have a problem because I'm on cable, but maybe some folks with dial up never get to the images.
Just a thought,
Didn't Justine have a Harris tweed that sold in the mall, or am i delusional?
Could be both
I had a Harris Tweed that sold last week. I think I had to run it twice. I thought it would bring more than it did . It sold for $37.99.:(
Over a year ago I had two Harris tweeds sell that I started at $49.99
and I ended up with several bids on both of them. This year I still have one
that has been relisted twice.....these are such nice coats that I would rather hold onto it than give it away.
I agree with the picture size. I have the same problem. I'm on cable and forget sometimes how long dialups take to load larger size pic files.
I just figured out in photoshop that you can "Save for Web" and the visual size stays the same, but it somehow compresses or reduces the pixels....i think i had one that was 400k and it shrunk it to around 55k..
Am I imagining it, or did I once hear you should try to keep images under 25K?
So do you mean that when I take my photos I should not be using the "best" digital quality, or are the measurement sizes to big?
I am not going to retake these photos now as they are set to relist when I am gone. Maybe I will start using the lowest setting on my camera and see what happens.
Thanks guys...gotta go finish packing for Florida..leaving tomorrow!
I had a short disaster, out-using my photo-hosting capacity, using my own bCentral website, around a year and a half ago. After being told by a few 'techies' that I needed to purchase oodles more webspace for oodles more dollars, one noticed my picture file size and told me that I really only needed to adjust my photo quality to 'medium'/for web use, as 'best'/photo quality was really only for print photos and takes too much space for Internet use. I've been drastically 'under' my alotted space ever since.
Steph's right...."medium" or even "good" is all that is need for
web use re the pic quality. I now use 'good'
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