You know...when I uploaded my images to squidoo, they were plenty large. Squidoo chose to shrink the images. And now hubpages wants them bigger, and they're pixelated.
It's crazy annoying.
Yes, HubPages has shrunken them. But if you open the photo module and click on "save" again, they will be back to their original bigger size.
You could make them half-width size to reduce pixelation.
Yeah, my point is I uploaded them full size. Why weren't they brought over full size?
Images that were uploaded to Squidoo were imported at their original uploaded size (or maybe just the biggest size Squidoo could provide). That's our understanding of what the export provided us. If you have specific examples of images where you think that wasn't the case, please post a few. Though unfortunately there probably isn't much we can do about it at this point ...
I've been reuploading photos as I edit. The original photos, at their full size, before Squidoo made them smaller. I'm glad I kept them!
by Ben Guinter 6 years ago
I just checked one of my hubs where I give people the option to click and view the FULL size picture and now it looks like we have this slideshow that gives you about a half size view of the picture, if that. I know for a fact that the image was bigger because it's a screenshot of my profile,...
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
So, is there an easy way to download all the pictures you uploaded to hubpages? I searched for a hub on this and checked out the image information section, but didn't find the answer. I know I can right-click and paste the images I've imported and I probably have all of these pictures...
by NC4Life078 6 years ago
I've tried several differen't pictures but I keep getting the same message:Sorry, We cannot process the image you tried to upload. Please try a different file.The images are JPEG's Dimension circa 1600 x 1200, 422 KB. Has anyone else had this problem or knows how to fix it?
by Charlinex 8 years ago
My photos look very different after they are uploaded to Hubpages. They appear to be dull and unsharp. I am a commercial photographer so I do know the standards. Even though I had applied more sharpness and saturation to the photos than I would for the professional agencies, they still look...
by Diane Cass 10 months ago
I got contacted by the editors, and they want to "promote" one of my articles up to one of the niche sites. Yeah! Sounds great! However, they want me to fix the size of the photos. They say the photos are "half-size" and they need to be "full-size". I don't know what...
by Rain San Martin 2 years ago
I recall my photos looking distinctly sharper in previous months on all of my Hubs. I hope we can return to the crisp image quality once displayed as a standard on HubPages.
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