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Author Topic: PhotoShelter changes  (Read 9075 times)

Offline Mhayes

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Re: PhotoShelter changes
« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2010, 07:41:37 PM »
Tori, sounds like there will be no no pigeons in your future. Plus, now that PhotoShelter is workable we will have to stop our order for the 2,000+ birds.

Yes, the pdf could have been made smaller, but for some reason the print became fuzzy when I did that. It would look good on the computer, but when it was uploaded to the website--not so good. We might have to rethink how we have it.

Margie
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Re: PhotoShelter changes
« Reply #16 on: June 13, 2010, 10:52:42 AM »
Margie, I haven't played with Acrobat much, but there's a pull-down menu that allows you to save the pdf for optimal web viewing.  I think that decreases the size as much as possible without degrading the image.  I've done that for a couple of my portfolio pieces, including portions of the Biloxi Beacon.  On the Beacon pdf the copy was very legible.  Of course now I can't find the menu, but I just went from Acrobat 7 to Acrobat 9, so it may be in a different place.

GK
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