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07/07/2004 07:14:45 PM · #1
I am in no way a professional webpage designer so be nice in your constructive criticism.
It's made up of two parts. A small photo galley for some of my favorite photos, and a history of my DPChallenge entries.
Thanks!
Aaron

//www.sunsetportraits.com/aaron/

PS. I am hosting it on my companies website. Take the "aaron" off the end if you want to see the other website I helped design.
07/07/2004 07:24:17 PM · #2
Easy to navigate I like it.
07/07/2004 07:54:44 PM · #3
Its laid out nicely and I like the graphics on the opening page. I prefer this uncomplicated format to the sites where you have to go through several layers to find what you want. Nice job. :)
07/07/2004 08:08:05 PM · #4
I have a question. I am having a problem sizing my submissions to the Challenge. I normally do not work with jpg's when I am printing, so there is no limitation to file size or dimension. When the photos are downloaded from my camera, right now, a 5 megapixel, and tomorrow to be an 8 megapixel, the file sizes are large. If I reduce the dimension to the maximum 640 X ....whatever, my file size typically exceeds the allowable 150 mb maximum. If I reduce the dimension to keep within the file size maximum, I am often ctiticized for photo being too small. I can't seem to find the happy medium.

Any comments appreciated.

Thank you.
07/07/2004 08:27:39 PM · #5
You need to reduce the ::quality:: of the image, not the file size. You should size the image to the correct dimensions, then when you save it look at the quality options (when saving as a jpg) - depending on the program you are using it should tell you the file size when you reduce the quality.
07/07/2004 08:31:18 PM · #6
Originally posted by LVE:

I have a question. I am having a problem sizing my submissions to the Challenge. I normally do not work with jpg's when I am printing, so there is no limitation to file size or dimension. When the photos are downloaded from my camera, right now, a 5 megapixel, and tomorrow to be an 8 megapixel, the file sizes are large. If I reduce the dimension to the maximum 640 X ....whatever, my file size typically exceeds the allowable 150 mb maximum. If I reduce the dimension to keep within the file size maximum, I am often ctiticized for photo being too small. I can't seem to find the happy medium.

Any comments appreciated.

Thank you.
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