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Uploading Images

Last Updated: Oct 23, 2016 12:26PM NZDT
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You can import images from your computer or hard drive, or Facebook, Instagram and Flickr albums by clicking MY CONTENT.

REMEMBER:
Your images have to be JPEG files.
For the best print results please select images with a resolution of 300dpi and saved to sRGB color profile.
See this article for more information.

You will see a warning message in the form of a ‘!’ if your image’s resolution is below 300dpi – this is there to warn you. Perhaps rethink using that image, or layout (smaller layouts are more forgiving with lower resolution images). 

If you're importing from Facebook please be aware that Facebook automatically compresses images when you upload them (i.e. the size and quality is reduced to ensure you can browse through photos quickly online), so if you still have the original image file on your computer, hard drive or camera we recommend you import your images from there instead.







You can sort your images by date, format etc in your content toolbox: 



You don't need to import your full library or wait for your images to finish uploading to keep working on your book; you can continue working while importing to your image library.

You can scale, flip or rotate your images, or apply borders to your images from your Image Toolbox. If you want to edit your images, including color corrections, we recommend you use a program such as Photoshop or iPhoto before importing them.




REMEMBER:
Your images have to be JPEG files.
For the best print results please select images with a resolution of 300dpi and saved to sRGB color profile.
See this article for more information.

You will see a warning message in the form of a ‘!’ if your image’s resolution is below 300dpi – this is there to warn you. Perhaps rethink using that image, or layout (smaller layouts are more forgiving with lower resolution images). 

If you're importing from Facebook please be aware that Facebook automatically compresses images when you upload them (i.e. the size and quality is reduced to ensure you can browse through photos quickly online), so if you still have the original image file on your computer, hard drive or camera we recommend you import your images from there instead.



 

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