Post # 1
We’ve alllll said it, myself included!
But I’m wondering if we don’t need to….
I’m pretty sure that pictures won’t go “over” the edges of the center of the screen. And I don’t know about most of you, but if someone posts a really *tiny* picture ….
I can’t see it! :/
So, bees, let’s post our “big” pictures without guilt! Why do we want to post something that others can’t see?!?
I love you girls, and want to SEE the pic you’re posting, not SQUINT!!! ;-D
Post # 3
Sometimes larger pictures take longer to load depending on the internet connection. That is why I apologize, anyway. 🙂
Post # 4
@WineAndCupcakes:Yeah, I’ve done it once or twice, but I stopped a long time ago. I think I only apologized because it was my face that was all huge on one of them…LOL
HUGE PICTURE ALERT
Post # 5
I agree with the small picture thing. I have a huge screen, and I sometimes have trouble seeing the small pictures. I usually resize mine to about 500 wide, and that seems to be a good size. When I have forgotten to resize, the pictures to tend to go outside of the allotted space for them, but you can still see the picture, and it doesn’t go over the side advertising.
Post # 6
@brenna1035: well, that makes total sense! doh! thanks 🙂
@Mrs.tobe: LOL love the purse porn!
@noritake22: I feel ya on the big screen thing!! And I gotta be honest … I’ve never resized a picture hah 😉
Post # 7
@WineAndCupcakes: Yeah, that was my last purse purchase. LOL
Post # 8
- Wedding: December 2010 - Savannah, GA
I never resize pictures… And I’ve always wondered why people apologized for the size of the pictures they post. They never seem to be any larger than the post… I did have one picture that I photoshopped for someone that Weddingbee wouldn’t let me post because it was too big, so I did have to go back and change the size of that one, but that’s the only time I’ve ever done that.