That information is very helpful, thank you RayseM
What I see when I post, to me, both of my pictures show up to me as the exact same viewable size (I’m using an IPad). So I really have no reference to judge by. I agree, too big is not necessary and more often than not makes viewing it a scrolling project.
Your attachment of your size/pixel/dimension, together with both photos is exactly the information I was trying to ascertain on my own.
Once again, thank you for the information and for your time.
Wishing you a great weekend my friend.
Easy enough. Glad to help! Both your photos appear as the same size to my MacBook screen too and I can't discern any quality /resolution improvement between the two.
The height X width dimensions I use, as I indicate, is never greater than 8", for the bigger dimension. The smaller dimension is determined as a factor of the correct ratio. (I use Photoshop Elements). I typically ONLY use the 8" dimension when trying to show a knife for sale and all its details and/or objects like birds or flowers that just look better bigger.
I find that the smaller 6" x size is ideal for pretty much everything else, when I just want an image but the fine details are not needed. The 110 resolution is my default (but Elements wants to default to 72). I just give that a small bump.