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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To Facebook® by Joe Kraynak, Mikal E. Belicove

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Preparing Photos for Uploading

After you’ve created an album, you can immediately begin uploading photos from your computer to the new album, but don’t rush the process. First, make sure those photos are quality snapshots and then organize them into folders on your computer to simplify the upload process. The following sections show you how to properly prepare your photos for upload.

Editing Your Photos: Quality Counts

Too many Facebook members focus, snap, and upload—often skimping on the “focus” part. As a result, their albums are cluttered with lousy snapshots—too dark, too light, too much glare, weird colors, and so on. Prior to uploading your photos, use a photo-editing program to make them look as good as they possibly can be.

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