Old 01-19-2018, 04:20 PM   #1
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I corrected "horizon unlevel" and the submission comes back "upload failed." Adm. said..."Sounds like your images are too big (over 2mb). That's normally what causes this error."
If this is true....how straightening the level cause the image to be "too big"? I didn't do anything to the photo beside leveling.
iPhoto has these editings....size: custom 1200< width, large, medium, small; JPEG Quality: maximum, large, median, small. After submitting twenty-two combinations in iPhoto, I give up. Any suggestions? Thanks.[url]http://www.railpictures.net/images/d2/7/0/8/2708.1515964092.jpg[/url

"Reason(s) for Rejection:
- Horizon Unlevel (Leaning Right): The horizon of the image is leaning to the right, and needs to be corrected with counterclockwise rotation. A level horizon, in most cases, should be ascertained by ensuring that an object which is known to be vertical, such as a structure, nearest to the center of the frame aligns with the grid lines in your photo editor."

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Old 01-19-2018, 04:41 PM   #2
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2mb sounds more like a TIF file than a JPG.
What does it say in 'Properties' (dimensions and file type) where you have this stored?
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Old 01-19-2018, 05:11 PM   #3
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2mb sounds more like a TIF file than a JPG.
What does it say in 'Properties' (dimensions and file type) where you have this stored?
Here's info I see....2354 1765....3.2MB....JPEG....ISO 100....7.6MM....0ev....f/5....1/640

Most of it I have no understanding, LOL. Thanks.

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Old 01-19-2018, 05:16 PM   #4
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Think we have been here before. Best guess is you are getting confused when you pick the file to upload(has happened to me.)

I would "save as" a completely new file name. Then go to that folder as noted and right click or whatever on the Mac and bring up properties, making sure you have a jpg, under detail you can see file size.

Upload making sure you have correct file, ie saved sized file.
That file with all the blue sky should be a very reasonable sized. Don't know how all mac options work, but saving to a new file name should work.

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I have also received this message when I submitted a photo which had a special character in the file name. So even if the size is fine, if your filename is something like "N&W1218Roanoke" you will get the "Upload failed" message with no explanation.
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Here's info I see....2354 1765....3.2MB....JPEG....ISO 100....7.6MM....0ev....f/5....1/640

Most of it I have no understanding, LOL. Thanks.
Sounds like you need to resize that down to 1200 x (around) 885. This would result in a file size of around 1.00 mb.
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Old 01-23-2018, 01:16 PM   #7
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2mb sounds more like a TIF file than a JPG.
Yeah, back in the 90s.
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