If you are interested in putting larger pictures on your blog post you need to follow these next steps:
1) All images should be resized to 700 pixels wide (for horizontal photos) or 400 pixels wide (for vertical photos.) You can resize you images in photoshop under the tab image, and then go to image size. When you change the width the height should automatically follow.
2) In order to get the full size the images must be up loaded to an online storage locatioin. Photo Bucket, or flickr. These places are free and easy to use.
3) When adding images from these locatioins you need to get the urls of each individual photo. As you upload the pictures to your post, instead of browsing from your hard drive you will add them using the url option.
TIP: One tip don't use any alignment options when adding the pictures to your posts. You just want to pick the none option. This will allow gaps between the posts, and also it wont try and shove your text to the right of the images.
Over the summer I worked in West Yellowstone which was less than a mile from the entrance to one of the most beautiful places on earth, irony would have it that i never enter the park. either way I think I was able to get away with some good images.
so I have more than three pictures but the rest are best viewed at my blog, http://hanceyphoto.blogspot.com/ so feel free to check out the rest!!!
Welcome to the Photographics Society's blogs. We want this to be a community where anyone @ BYUI can post their photos and make comments and enter the contests. To post photos you're going to need to log in with BYUIPhotographics@gmail.com password: Photography
So everyone can learn from each other, with each photo, please include as much of the following as possoble: Camera, Lens, Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, Location and or Process.
Aside from posting photos and comments, once you're logged in you can also list your personal blog as long as it is photography related.