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post #21 of 27

Great looking smoke of some great looking meat.  Thanks for the follow up & the qview. 

post #22 of 27

The pictures are fine, but something is causing them to be too small.

 

And when you click on them to Zoom in, they are still that size.

 

I don't know how you're downloading them, so I can't tell why they're so small.

 

Bear

post #23 of 27

Gary-glad the second go-round with the beef ribs turned out the way you wanted.

post #24 of 27
Thread Starter 

I have been using my camera on my phone, First mistake. I send the pictures to my email, then I save them in my documents. I load the pictures from there.

 

If you know a better way please let me know. From now on I will use my Canon DSLR should have been using this to start with.

post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by gary s View Post

I have been using my camera on my phone, First mistake. I send the pictures to my email, then I save them in my documents. I load the pictures from there.

 

If you know a better way please let me know. From now on I will use my Canon DSLR should have been using this to start with.



I don't know much about camera phones, but if you are asked to resize anything, never choose smaller than 480 X 640.

 

When you use your Canon, upload the pics to your computer, and then to the forum (using this box).

 

If you do that, it will be a nice size, and when clicked on, it will zoom in real nice, and even us Old Guys can enjoy seeing the outstanding smoked food you're making..

 

I can tell who uses things like Photobucket, because they are resizing there, and then when you click on theirs, to zoom in, it stays the same size, instead of zooming in.

 

When you're loading your phone cam to your email, and then to your "my docs", and then to the forum, somewhere along that road something is shrinking your pics.

 

Sorry if I'm being a PITA, but the stuff you're making is some of my favorite to look at, especially those Beef Ribs! eek.gif

 

Thanks,

Bear

post #26 of 27
Thread Starter 

Thanks, I'll be sure and do that next time,

post #27 of 27
Thread Starter 

Hey, Check  my "Chicken Leg Quarters I posted today. Took Pictures with my Canon DSLR  Much Better

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