Saturday, January 07, 2006

Back in Black!

Hello everyone! I made it to Pennsylvania, and as of this evening I am back online. I have much to catch up on, so it might take me a few days to get back to blogging... but in the mean time, what in the world wide web is UP with my tree images? Does anyone else see them all in low-resolution, or is it just me?

Someone's been sitting in my chair...


  1. Congratulations on making it across the country!

    Your images appear to me as they always have -- they don't look low res to me. But I will say this -- I had some glitches on my images last week, and I've noticed a few other photoblogs having issues too. Not sure what, if anything, is going on.

    Looking forward to some east coast trees...!

  2. Thanks for the info Trailhead... perhaps I'll give it a few days to sort itself out.

    East coast trees are looking gorgeous in their wintry nakedness, and I just planeted our "oriental spruce" Christmas tree in the front yard of our new cottage! I have much to share!

    I'll be sure to pop into your blog soon too... I bet you've loaded some great images up since last I visited.

  3. Bonsoir.
    Je suis heureux que vous soyez de retour.

  4. Hi Jade,

    I am glad to know you safely made it to your new home in Pennsylvania.Welcome to the East coast. Also I wish
    you a Happy and Healthy 2006.

    I verified your image resoultion in Photoshop and seems
    like youre dpi is way too high. You can set it at 72 dpi instead of 300 and use the same pixel size. For web display 72 is enough. This would also restrict some people to grab and print your images.

    By the way thanks for stopping by my blog. The last image was my model who improvised that stunt and I
    created the mirror image in Photoshop :)

    Again its good to see you back online.

  5. Thank you for the kind wishes Gil, and a Happy New Year to you as well! All these changes have been pretty exciting for me - I'd have to say that the new year has kicked off quite well (if only I could get through all these boxes)!

    Thank you so much for the recommendations on my images... I'd like to get myself a proper publishing package, such as Photoshop, so that I can adjust the images as you suggest. I bet there's a setting on my camera to do that too, eh? :)


  6. Hi Jade,

    In the camera you can only change the pixel dimension but not the dpi or image resolution. 300 is its default ppi.You can only alter the resolution in a photo editing software. I dont know exactly what editing software you use now but for sure you can change that. Image resizing is a fundamental tool. Let me know.

    Take it easy.


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