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    I am having trouble posting a larger photo of 1024 on longest side. I PP my photos in Elements 10 and upload to Photobucket or FLICKr. When i grab one to post it is resized to a smaller size. Any suggestions for posting photos
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    What size are you trying to upload (pixel dimensions and file size)? We allow 1024 pixels in width and 800 pixels in height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Strickland View Post
    I am having trouble posting a larger photo of 1024 on longest side. I PP my photos in Elements 10 and upload to Photobucket or FLICKr. When i grab one to post it is resized to a smaller size. Any suggestions for posting photos
    There are 3 limits: max 1024 wide, 800 high, and 350 kbytes. Please make sure your 1024x800 image is less than 350 kbytes.

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    Small correction, it's 250 kbytes :-)

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    Robert, in elements, after resizing, use save for web option and use quality slider to get the size inside 250kb. at times, you can get away with quality 90+...but for photos with lots of details, you might need to go low into the 80s or even 70s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    Small correction, it's 250 kbytes :-)
    Thanks Daniel.

    Is that a participant versus member thing?

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    Thanks for the info, i always go to the web in elements for resizing, my problem is posting here after i place my photos on FLICKR or Photobucket. They change the size and when i post the size is much smaller than you want. However with some expiriment, i was able to a BB code in FLICKr and post at 1024.
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    Hey Roger, that is the same limit for everyone.

    Robert, glad you were able to sort out your troubles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    Hey Roger, that is the same limit for everyone.
    Daniel,
    Oops, you are right. The 350kb I was thinking is for a local photo club. We raised the BPN limit from 200 to 250 last September.

    Roger

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