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Subject: Re: Digital camera limitations. Date: 4/13/2003 11:38 AM
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Ivan,

Yet, here you have numerous photos, much richer in detail than mine, and boom, your page opened in a nano-second.

The page opens very slowly for me using dial up at work. The pictures at http://www.eljay.org/miscpic2003/ are 20-50K in size. With that many pictures, that large, the page takes a lot of bandwidth.

My preference is for 3k thumbnails which are links to full size shots which you can access by clicking on them. One way to control that is to save them as jpgs and change your compression settings and size for the thumbnails. I've got 42 pictures on a page for our ministry which only take about 3.5k for each one. And I think the page loads reasonably quickly.

http://www.forsythjpm.org/ffjpmphotos.html

These were linked to large ones versions, but are not anymore.
I just think it makes looking over a lot of pictures easy to do, and you can look at the larger version of whichever ones you want.

But that's just my opinion.
Robert
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