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Pixel Size of Images

Thread began 1/12/2011 3:51 am by photoeyes2u348674 | Last modified 2/23/2011 5:00 pm by photoeyes2u348674 | 2489 views | 19 replies


Pixel Size of Images

Perhaps this has been covered before, but it is critical to me. I have sized my images to exactly 782 px wide. They are 521 px height as I have a full size sensor in a Canon 5D. I do all my own enhancements, color correction, sharpening, etc., so the size of each image shown must be exactly the same as what I configure in Photoshop to show my work.

I may crop some images, but I don't want Powergallery to resize anything. What size width (pixels) of landscape images should I make them in photoshop to fit exactly in Powergallery so it won't resize?

Also, what about verticals? I will have several vertical images of portraits. These must be the same size as I make them in Photoshop to show the true quality and sharpening; no resizing. I hate to be so picky, but this is my business to show what I do. Can someone fill me in? I thought I could just upload images of any size and they would stay the same. This isn't explained in the advertising for PowerGallery.

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