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92165449216544 Member Posts: 1,904

What image hosting site would allow full resolution image hosting? I would prefer to keep some of my images to 1600x1200.


  • OrccOrcc Member Posts: 3,043

    i like tinypic.com. the only problem is its almost impossible to find the link to it if you lose it. I think some people use imageshack.com too... thers another popular one but I forget what it is.

  • 92165449216544 Member Posts: 1,904

    I tried photobucket.com, but I think that it keeps in a small resolution. Im trying to host a 1600x1200 image, and its taking for ever to load on another one I am trying.

  • 92165449216544 Member Posts: 1,904

    We can not store this type of file!
    Please refer to FAQ section for file formats.
    File too big: Your file size 3840. KB.
    Maximum file size allowed: 2.929 KB

    Lol, too big. How can I resize the image to a smaller resolution?

  • OrccOrcc Member Posts: 3,043

    What are you saving the image as? jpeg?

  • KiamdeKiamde Member CommonPosts: 5,820

    250free.com is good if you want a small album. http://www.imagevenue.com/ is good for 1.5 meg pictures and it is quick and easy.

    "Whoever controls the media controls the mind..-'Jim Morrison"

    "When decorum is repression, the only dignity free men have is to speak out." ~Abbie Hoffman

  • 92165449216544 Member Posts: 1,904

    no its under bitmap.

  • OrccOrcc Member Posts: 3,043

    Well there you go. Bitmaps are HUGE files. convert it into a jpeg, or a gif for slightly lower quality.

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