In reply to James:
James G said:They both look the same but if you click on them they will open at the saved size.
Just to clarify my posts.
My images are all within the RSPB file size maximum - 4MB, I believe at the moment. They are generally 2400x1600 pixels or 1600x2400 because that is the size I save jpgs at from Lightroom. However some crops are a little smaller but generally rarely less than 1200x800.
I alter the display size to 900x600 so that an image in a post will fill the the display panel for the majority of screen sizes. This gives the viewer of the post a reasonable sized image to look at with the option of opening larger if they wish to.
My Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bobs_retired_now/
I am still trying to select all images and resize opposed to having to do them individual :-(
Scottish Wildlife Trust - Link to Loch of the Lowes Webcam
Oh dear. (again). Dragging from where to what ? I don't understand. Sigh Picture by Mike And Monty in fog by Alis
In reply to Cirrus:
Cirrus said:Dragging from where to what ?
Drag with your mouse FROM the folder on your hard drive TO the RF area here. (The original pic will remain in situ, it just gets copied over.)
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Just having a test go
"Birds are, quite simply, little miracles - and as such they require care and consideration."
My Flickr account is here
Well I Don't think much of this it is C - - P
In reply to Limpy:
For TEEJAY and any other interested party.
Snapped by Bandicam during recording. Original pic 1283x777, dragged from recording laptop to this one:
Snapped by Debut during recording. Original pic 656x762, dragged from recording laptop to this one:
Top cam only, snapped on "this" (4K) laptop with Greenshot screen-shooter from a recording from the same laptop as the previous, snapshot size 1001x601, dragged from "this" laptop's Windows Explorer folder to here:
In reply to scylla:
for your help Scylla
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