Clarity, saturation & contrast

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Clarity. Ive mentioned this before & im going to mention it again.

Regardless of what browser i use to upload to Pixoto....when my image is ready to view, the clarity is very bad. It loses sharpness, contrast & lacks saturation. I have many friends here & they all report the same problem.

To demonstrate what i mean. Here is a link for my image on pixoto...

http://www.pixoto.com/images-photogra...

The next link is the exact same image displayed on my personal website.

http://www.digitalechos.net/Other/Lon...

When you view both...seperate tabs would make it easier. You will see a massive difference.

Is Pixoto compressing or resizing images?. I was thinking of going Pro, but im holding off until i find the problem.

Please someone get back to me. When i asked the same question before i was told..."thats strange...nobody else has reported this problem". But many people here have pointed it out.

Best Regards

Don Alexander Lumsden
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In suport to this issue I give you two links BOTH from your server:
First one, the altered one, as it shows on your site:
http://www.pixoto.com/images-photogra...
And the second one, exactly as the photo was uploaded ON YOUR OWN SERVER:
http://lh4.ggpht.com/DklyGBHqAbl8sxb7...
What about that ?

Have a nice day !

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