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Old May 19, 2010, 5:34 PM   #1
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Well i broke down and finally bought one....

I actually had to because of the monthly bandwidth restrictions, and i had 2 GIGS of triathlon pictures to get up.
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Old May 25, 2010, 11:34 AM   #2
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So what? How do you like Photobucket pro? Better quality images? It's not expensive at all for the service.
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Old May 26, 2010, 12:11 AM   #3
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I like it, they let me upload full size pics, and the resolution is waaayyyyyyy better, ill get some comparisons up in the next week. Upload times are WAYYYYY BETTER, and no adds for you OR people looking at your albums. So all around if i keep doing big events and make more than $2 a month on photography it is well worth it.

as of now i am really happy with the investment.

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ok here are 2 pictures, one i downsized to 900 on the longest in PS and the other i just loaded as is.

the third is straight off the camera.





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The as is has better color and nicer details
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I sent the same photo to both Photobucket and Imageshack to compare the quality of the embeds

the file size was 432kb on my PC

it did however change file-size on both, to 442k on Imageshack and 197k on Photobucket

the imageshack version



and the Photobucket version



Is there any real difference to be seen in the retreived photo embeds ?... the original was 1040x698 pixels

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Photobucket seems brighter and the man on the right seems to have lost some detail on my monitor.
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