Re: [CR]Cirque' camera question


Example: Racing:Jacques Boyer

Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 08:40:53 -0400
To: <classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>
From: WD Baseley <wdb@pobox.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Cirque' camera question
In-Reply-To: <s08e136e.089@co.ba.md.us>


At 08:01 AM 4/27/2004 -0400, Daniel Artley ushered forth:
>I'll be taking photos at the Cirque' with my recent digital acquisition.
> Is there an ideal photo size that people like to use with theirs? Do
>some people have trouble accessing a picture that turns out to be much
>large than the screen? I like the larger shots that show more detail,
>but they take a bit longer to load on my webshots internet site. The
>nice thing about webshots is that its offered in two smaller sizes to
>fit the screen but anyone can get the full size photo if they wish.

I'm not an expert on digital imaging but I can give you some general guidelines.

Super-high resolutions are best if you expect to: - significantly enlarge all or part of the image - produce a high-quality printout of all or part of the image

If your aim is to display the image on a computer screen, 1024x768 or 800x600 resolution should do fine. Example: I upload 800x600 images to eBay when they will be 'supersized'.

Smaller file sizes become useful when you intend to use the images on a web page, because they make the 'loading' of the page occur more quickly, especially for people with dialup connections to the Internet.

Have fun, Dave Baseley in Berks County PA, where the sun has finally reappeared