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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 | 2336 views | 19 replies


Thanks so much for the detailed answer. I am going to digest this and try to set up my portraits accordingly. I did set up some small sample images of customer finished photos by extending the canvas of the original images, and included them at the end of some of my galleries. I understand now that the galleries are actually landscape oriented.

I can't afford to distort people portraits, or crop them too much, so I will have to extend the canvas in Photoshop, to have the black area on the outside. This is an example of what I did so far. index.php?gallery=1&theme=dark

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