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    IMHO, 750x750 would be a good compromise between viewing comfort and download speed. Unless, of course, one is on a dial-up connection.
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    I'm wondering...

    If bandwidth/server space is the biggest concern, and the software permits it, a size limitation that allows for a greater number of pixels for the longer dimension of a rectangular image would be nice. As an example:

    750x750 = 562,500 pixels square, while
    850x650 = 552,500 pixels square.

    Both examples consume similar amounts of server space, and may use similar amounts of bandwidth (please correct me on this if I'm wrong), but the resulting increase in resolution for a rectangular image is significant.

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    Last edited by MattKing; 04-30-2006 at 02:55 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: improved word choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by finny99
    I see, there is a canadian photo site I noticed you cant even save the picture, thought that was a cool feature
    Look in your browser cache - the images will all be there.
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