While Photo Week 2013 is coming to a close, the importance of quality listing photos is ongoing!
If you remember, we made the update to allow high resolution quality photos back in April, and very soon we’ll have a new MRIS Slideshow that provides a true full screen display worthy of those high resolution photos! See the side-by-side comparison below (click the image to view a larger version):
We talk about full screen, but what size is “full screen” exactly? The size of a full screen image will depend on the computer monitor’s screen resolution. For example, on many of the monitors we have at MRIS, the highest recommended screen resolution is 1280×960 pixels with the lowest resolution available being 800×600 pixels. Tablet users who are able to zoom in will able to enlarge the images even further.
We encourage you to refer back to our earlier post on fuzzy full screen photos to see examples of photos that have been stretched to display as “full screen” to see the difference in photo quality.
Thank you for joining us for MRIS Photo Week 2013! Starting next Tuesday, we’re kicking off a month-long campaign highlighting the products that are included as part of your MRIS subscription. There’s so much more to MRIS Core, and we are excited to explore it with you!