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We prefer photos to be between 800 and 1200 pixels wide (or long, depending on which side of the photo is the long side). Search Google for these two terrific photo editing tools: Faststone Image Resizer, which can resize batches of photos at once, and RIOT Radical Image Optimizer, for reducing a photo's file size without changing its quality.

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