I submitted this hub to delishaby and got an email back saying some of the photos were blurry and my hub could not be moved until I fixed them. However, in edit mode, I don't get a blurry photo warning. They all look fine to me. I could just remove, replace, or make them half-width if I knew which one() were the problem. Can any one help. Many thanks.
https://hubpages.com/food/Apple-Cranber … ry-Recipes
It may be a bit of an illusion but the first picture does seem blurry
I hope not because I won't be able to take a new picture until Wednesday when I make cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving. I was hoping it was one of the stock photos.
I blew up the picture and I think I can see it. It's got enough pixels, but maybe my had was shaky when I took the picture. Is there a way to fix the photo? Make it smaller maybe?.
The blurrineds is along the back edge. Is that what you see. Maybe it is not blurry--maybe it is a reflection of the glass bowl or part of the etching on the bowl. If it was blurry, shouldn't it look flurry all over? Do see it as blurry all over?
Thanks my son just got home from work so I asked him to look at it with his young eyes. He told me they were blurry. I really appreciate your help.
Only the 3rd, 4th, and 6th photos are okay. All others need to be changed including all the thumbnail ones (except the one stated above).
I changed the photos. So I hope it is acceptable now.
Thanks everyone for your help. I redid all the photos that were not stock photos--the ones that I took of the prep and finished dish. . I resubmitted the hub on Monday. Usually when I resubmit, It is accepted in a day. Everybody is probably really busy getting ready for Thanksgiving, but if you have a moment could you take a look and see if I no longer have blurry pictures on this hub.
I looked and they seemed OK to me. But I often get told my images are blurry when they don't look like they are to me, and also it doesn't ever mention they look blurry when my hub is in edit mode. Perhaps they could fix that so we could change the picture right away. I've spent more time changing pictures on hubs than any other correction.
The recipe looks yummy, by the way!
I think the first two pictures look less clear than all of the other pictures you posted in this article. Perhaps replacing those two will do the trick!
The hub got accepted today with my new photos. Thanks for helping me out.
You've written a nice hub, but I do see blurry photos. The third photo and the last one seem fine to my eyes. The others aren't so sharp. The ones that look especially blurry to me are the first one and the third and fourth one in the thumbnail section.
Thanks. I just got my son to look at all of them. I have old eyes. I took the pics with an old camera. Not enough megapixels. The plan is for me to prepare the sauce on Tuesday , his day off, and then he will photograph it with his 13 mpx smart phone camera. I guess I'm not gong to have up in time for Thanksgiving as I had hoped. I figured people would be looking for recipes over the weekend and on Monday and Tuesday.
The amount of megapixels is not the problem. I take very sharp photos with my old Sony camera which has only 5.0 megapixels.
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