jakemillerphoto said: I've also been told not to exceed these sizes here but then there's the whole retina screen topic that confuses the %^&* out of me.
jakemillerphoto said: Also Should I be specifying image dimensions here:
jakemillerphoto said: http://jakemillerphoto.com/realbooks/
jakemillerphoto said: All I did was match the width of the bricks in the customizer to the max width of the large size in media settings http://jakemillerphoto.com/wp-admin/options-media.php
jakemillerphoto said: Could this stress have been avoided? Did you talk about this in the installation notes and I missed it?
JackieR0 said: That is a real shame. For any other photographers that might read this post, there are two very important reasons to keep the images a reasonable size:1) Loading time. The last thing you want when an agent or client is viewing your portfolio is for them to have to wait more than a split second for an image to load. With a 3MB image and even a reasonable connection speed these people will quickly move on and find another photographer for the job (especially if you have a number of images in your portfolio).2) Discourage theft of your images. An 800px image will print at 300dpi on a 4x6 but no larger. This makes it more difficult for anyone to use your images without permission or payment. If you provide a 3MB image, you are asking for your work to be stolen. This happens ALL THE TIME.
jakemillerphoto said: and I do use woocommerce and just added jetpack 'photon' because it was recommended for it's caching abilities.
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