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Sep 21, 2011 08:23 |  #1

Hi Zenfolio users.
I used to upload images 800 pixels on the long edge for viewing but since get 50mb cable the idea of uploading high res images that are also print ready seems like a good idea.

Thing is, if I upload a 2000 pixel (long edge) sized image will zenfolio try to load the full size each time or is this something I can set in access control?


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Sep 22, 2011 13:17 |  #2

You can set the displayed picture size in the user control panel, e.g. small, medium, large, extra large, etc.


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Sep 22, 2011 13:34 |  #3

Nope ZF will generate the lower-res photos and use them as needed. It will NOT load your original file.
In other words yes you can/should upload the original files.

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Hi Zenfolio users.
I used to upload images 800 pixels on the long edge for viewing but since get 50mb cable the idea of uploading high res images that are also print ready seems like a good idea.

Thing is, if I upload a 2000 pixel (long edge) sized image will zenfolio try to load the full size each time or is this something I can set in access control?


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Sep 22, 2011 15:55 |  #4

I upload sRGB JPEG @ 5000X on the long edge (even if it means slight up-rezzing) and I've yet to have anyone complain that a print (through MPix) was unacceptable.


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