Soulful Strut ~~ Pitkin Avenue


Greetings and Salutations Dear Fellow Bloggers & Subscribers!!  Please join me on my latest Soulful Strut at my Photography Blog Roaming Urban Gypsy.  Go ahead and click that link for some fantastic snapshots of my Brooklyn neighborhood!!  Thanks

Soulful Strut ~~ Pitkin Avenue

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10 thoughts on “Soulful Strut ~~ Pitkin Avenue

  1. Thanks for sharing this. However, just a heads up, it seems something is wrong with the picture display 😦 . For I followed the link to the roamingurbangypsy, but the pictures are not showing up. To isolate the issue further to ensure it was not my computer, I also tried to view it from my phone and the problem is still showing up. So you may want to check it and fix it. All the Best.

      1. You are welcome, let me know if I can help in any way because computer and tech is my forte. I would suggest to check the file format and the image size as that can prevent it from displaying properly or preventing it from downloading with some views.

      2. I can see the photos from my end. I don’t understand why some folks can’t see the photos. I can view my photos on all my devices which include my Samsung cellphone and Samsung Tablet. Strange.

      3. Yes…strange indeed, I have a Samsung Android phone too, the Samsung Edge and it does not show on there. What is displays on both the phone and the computer are blank square boxes with a minus sign in a circle, indicating there is something there…but not showing what it is 😦

      4. Check to see if the picture sizes are also very large. Sometimes reducing that will help. If you can help it, try to keep picture size under 2 MB for web sharing, though for best results under 800KB is more ideal. So when you take your pictures, you can keep a folder of the originals, but have another folder for the pictures you will share on the web, then use a free photo editor that will allow you to point to the original photo folder and convert all the photos to a smaller size in one shot. You can initially do a manual test andt reduce one by a percentage and see if you are good with that. Following that just point to the entire folder and change to a percentage you just tested it and do the entire if your computer and or the image software can handle all the image conversion at once. Or just break it down do it smaller batches. If the anything goes wrong or you don’t like the picture size of some of the reduced pictures, you can always go back to your original folder and adjust the reduction percentage and try again.

  2. Update~ I was typing too fast 🙂 so didn’t finish some of my sentences:
    Check to see if the picture sizes are also very large. Sometimes reducing that will help. If you can help it, try to keep picture size under 2 MB for web sharing, though under 800KB is more ideal. So when you take your pictures, you can keep a folder of the originals, but have another folder for the pictures you will share on the web, then use a free photo editor that will allow you to point to the original photo folder and convert all the photos to a smaller size in one shot. You can initially do a manual test and reduce one by a percentage and see if you are good with that. Following that just point to the folder and change to the percentage you just tested and do the entire folder, if your computer and/or the image software can handle all the image conversion at once. Or just break it down into smaller batches. If anything goes wrong or you don’t like the picture size of some of the reduced pictures, you can always go back to your original folder and adjust the reduction percentage and try again.

    Also check if you are using jpg or png…which is better for web sharing of rich pixel photos. Hope this helps.

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