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horst    3,961

I have read it. - Is a special but also very interesting solution.

Thanks for sharing.

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Attempting to save this as a 1200px wide image as PNG-24 out of Photoshop ends up as about a 1MB image!

Do you really need a 1200px wide image for showing a picture of somebody in a website ?

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LostKobrakai    4,313

Depends on the use case. Think of a hero banner type of component showing a product fullsized right on the frontpage. That might easily need that size if it's retina ready.

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