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Avoid rocky blogging mistakes – re-sizing photos

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Striped cashmere sweater with gray tights, tweed skirt, layering top, statement necklace, and Vince Camuto suede boots (all own)
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Zoom-in on the necklace

… Now you have taken the OOTD, wild animal, landscape, or whatever photos, and created the description of your styling tricks, written about the animal, told your travel story, etc. You have cut off the distracting car or the kid that run into the photo. But now all your photos have a different size! Or it may be as simple that you have some landscape and some portrait formats.

To get a clean look on your blog you will have to re-size them to have all the same width, the width of the main frame of your blog. First make sure you know how many pixels your blog allows. If you don’t have a software tool that allows scaling with fixed ratio, you will have to do the math. It is simple. It is just one formula to apply.

Let us assume your image has A pixels in the short direction and B in the long direction, and your blog allows C pixels wide photos. Thus, to get A pixels fit in C, multiply A by C/A. The obtained value is what you put in as width in the html code. Now multiply B with the value of C/A to get the height that you put in the html code.

Voila, now all photos have the same width in your post :). They kept the ratio, and don’t look like selfies taken from distorting mirrors at the country fair 😉 .

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Gray shearling coat styled with red Kieselstein Cord belt, ethnic belt buckle, floral scarf, Vince Camuto boots, and gray tights (all own) for staying warm on a cold winter morning
Zoom-in on the styling of the outerwear. The ethnic belt buckle picks up colors of the scarf and stays in the red theme of the accessories
Zoom-in on the styling of the outerwear. The ethnic belt buckle picks up colors of the scarf and stays in the red theme of the accessories

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Photos: G. Kramm (2014)

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