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Manchester Airport AVP: 12th June 2005

Mon Jun 13, 2005 6:16 am

Well today I went to the MAN AVP,  Smile got there at about 13:00.

1) Were there any other A.net members there.

2) I took photos (duh). I got home downloaded them off my camera and tried to upload one of a MNG Cargo A300F. And it told me it was to big, not MB size, the photo width and length was the problem. So my question is there any way of adding the photos to A.net.

Tom.
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RE: Manchester Airport AVP: 12th June 2005

Mon Jun 13, 2005 6:40 am

Hey Tom,

I was there, not in the viewing park though, The MNG A300F was delivering some new engines for MYT. I also looked round the MYT sheds today, G-RJRG (757-200) has a nice 9" gash in the side of it, air-bridge decided to ram it  Smile



As for the Anet uploading process.... im not sure, but im sure someone will be able to help!  Smile

cheers,

Lew
 
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RE: Manchester Airport AVP: 12th June 2005

Mon Jun 13, 2005 6:50 am

You need to resize the image, down to I'd say about 1200 x **** maximum.

I don't know what photo editing software you use, but the way I do it is click "Image" on the toolbar at the top, scroll down to "Resample", and select the pixels to be between 1024 - 1200 pixels wide.

That should leave a good image, when it comes to size anyway.

Hope this helps.

Thom@s
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RE: Manchester Airport AVP: 12th June 2005

Mon Jun 13, 2005 6:57 am

Hello Tom,

Unfortunately I have not been able to get down to the airport for a few weeks so, no, I wasn't there.

On the issue of your photo, I presume you have access to editing software - if not then you are not going to get your photo accepted on the site. But otherwise I suggest you resize your photo to 1024 x 683 pixels. This is a small size that preserves the 3:2 aspect ratio of 'old-style' photos and, this way, you will be able to maximise the quality of the image - smaller = somewhat easier to hide any 'blemishes'  wink .

If you need any help on the editing front feel free to contact me via the profile and I will gladly help out.

All the best.

Paul

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