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Discussion in 'Sony Alpha E-Mount Cameras' started by TedG954, Jul 23, 2015.
Just received my new Infrared Conversion and took some test shots. Excellent! Sony 35/1.8
Today, in Berea.
Hey Ted, I don't know if anyone else has encountered this problem, but I've never been able to see any of your portrait-oriented images fully on any of my devices, including my 27" monitor. They're simply too large. I know it's great to be able to display them large enough to see all the detail, but it kind of defeats the purpose if I can only see part of an image at a time, and have to scroll back and forth to take in the whole thing.
Am I the only one who has encountered this with Ted's vertical images?
Nope, same problem here. I always reduce the viewing size in my browser (Ctrl -) to see the whole picture at once on my 1920x1200p monitor.
Upload your vertical pictures with a height of about 900 px instead of 1300px, that'll make them fit in a browser window for most users. I see that your horizontal pictures are 1300px wide so I guess the program that creates your jpegs resizes them to a largest dimension of 1300px; change that to 900px for verticals and you should be alright.
What Ad said.
This is 708 X 900.
Kent, Ohio, in Infrared
I'm starting to think I need to have a "Canon FDn Lens "GAS" Clearance Sale...then go buy a used NEX-7 and have it converted to IR