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All out of the Panasonic FZ10 and resized for the web. I never crop them, just an old habit. So shoot as a high a resolution as you can with the camera and only reduce the image for the web. Always keep the original untouched somewhere on your drive.Do you shoot your pics in the 640x480 size and resolution or do you reduce them for publishing on the web?
Do you know where I can find a +3 dioptre for my camera? Or who would carry them?
Best thing you could there Regan, is to take your camera with you to a photographic store and say, "hey, you, gimme a +3 dioptre for my camera...................NOW" Naaa, they will know what you are after. I would start off with a cheap one first and get used to that and see if it suits what you want. If you get serious about it, then its time to look for a more expensive twin element design. There is a difference. But start with an inexpensive one first.
I imagine most photographic stores are the same up your way, so they should know exactly what you are after. If you get stuck without one, let me know and we might find another way around it.
All the best and just keep posting and watch these folks here. They are amazing and helpful
Worry about the image that comes out of the box, rather than the box itself.
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Always best to reduce it yourself. There are no controls on the upload software, and if you don't like what it did, there's not even any way to delete the bad image. If the file is smaller than 800x800 and 200 KB, then the upload software just makes a bit-for-bit copy, no changes at all so you can be sure what you're going to get.