I sometimes have trouble finding good legal sources of photographs for movie characters that want to include in my articles. Then it occured to me that I can just use photographs of merchandise from Amazon, that way it is legit and everybody is happy. But the thumbnails are way too small for this purpose. Is there a way to make them bigger? Or is there a way to manually get the images from Amazon and then legitimately link them back to the product?
I'd just grab the larger image available at Amazon and put it in a Photo Capsule and toggle width to the right. With an Amazon capsule to the left.
I've tried it out on this hub if you want to see how it looks.
You can also use www.picnik.com to resize any photo. (bigger or smaller). Its a great free site
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