I don't remember photos being so big in hubs. I use the photo capsule. Putting them left or right of text, they are smaller, but if you want them in center, OMG they are huge! Is there a remedy for this??
You can manually make your images smaller before adding them to the capsules, but regardless they will still be kind of big when they are in a single line like that. I personally like the appearance better with the images to the side and plan to keep mine that way until they make it where we can't eventually. I hope that doesn't happen.
In a image editing program you can add a white square box (with no border) to the right and left side of the photo. When it uploads, it will appear as though the image is smaller.
Thanks shay-marie. I haven't tried that. But I think I can do that with paint or something I have by cropping the photo manually.
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