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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 | 2466 views | 19 replies


Thanks for answering promptly. I read this thread before, but this doesn't answer the problem of exactly the pixel size inside the frame of an image, considering the frame reduces the full size image to fit into the frame itself. I uploaded a 782 px wide image. I looked at the image in Photoshop as I had configured it and also in the preview gallery. The gallery reduces the image to fit into the frame. There is some difference in quality of the image. I would like to know how many pixels the frame incorporates or reduces the image.

If I knew the exact size of the image inside the frame, I could make my images this size so the frame would only sit on the perimeter of the image, not reduce it. Perhaps I'm asking something that isn't possible, as the images are reduced automatically to fit the frame.

If I have to go into the code and change for the images, then I'm spending time doing that and the purpose of the gallery is to upload images in a timely fashion to save workflow. I'm not familiar with the php code and can't seem to find this in the admin area for custom sizing.

I could custom crop the images in Photoshop just for samples to show, if I knew exactly the size the image was going to be inside the frame. I really appreciate the help. Some images will be samples for customers so they must be high quality. Other images are from car shows so these will be on the net for years. Thanks again.

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