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The first covers cropping, resizing and adding photos directly to the forum.
The second deals with adding photos using a hosting site. I use www.postimages.org
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Postimage works on Android phone too if anyone doesn't have Apple products, would be the same for non Apple tablets also I suspect (choosing a resized image first)
Hope this is not off topic as it's an iPad guide
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I've an additional tip which may help.
It's worth taking a few pictures of the same item each time, and reset the focus for each picture. Then when you are cropping/resizing you can see which of the pictures have the sharpest focus, and delete the others. Cropping and resizing works best when the original image is well focussed
Simple, clear and very informative.
Will save me firing up the PC to resize in Paint.