Asked by Vin Weathermon — 4 Jan 2012
What is the absolute best image size for presenting to others on JPGmag?
3,563 Views, Asked 5 years, 1 month ago
Vin Weathermon said:
1024 x 1024 gives the largest, most impressive image presentation on JPG mag.
A few tips:
1. Crop to largest height and width allowed (1024 pixels)
2. OVER SHARPEN for "web" presentation; that will keep the things looking sharp that you intended.
3. Save as "web" if you have photoshop, to keep the image under 200k.
You do not want JPGmag to do your resizing for you...put it in right and it will be exactly as you expect.
5 years, 1 month ago
At what dpi ? Screen resolution of 72 dpi or change the the dpi to suit the 10 meg limit upload size.
Does jpeg mag always convert to 1024 x1024 ?
Since jPGmag no longer prints, it is unnecessary to have high dpi. All images should be considered "webready" when you upload if you want the BEST presentation. Downsizing images for the web by automatic processes rarely meet the expectations of the photographer for web viewing. Yes, your much larger images are downsized for you...a bad idea.
72dpi is recommended (if you have photoshop, use the "save for web and devices" which will do most of this work for you.
Nicolette de Joncaire said:
Thank you for asking the question and for the answers. I could not understand why my photos always looked worse on JPG
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