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Facebook has announced that they have rolled out features and updated including support for high-resolution, print-quality photos, without “any kind of premium or paid account’.Now you will be able to store photos up to 2048 pixels (up from the current 720p) and download the high-resolution images by clicking the “Download” button.

Other features that are currently getting rolled out to Facebook users worldwide include a new photo viewer shown in the image above.

You will now be able to “view photos and even whole albums without even having to go to a new page. Instead, the photo opens in the center of your screen, and you close it when you’re done. There’s no need to go back and forth between pages or reload the page”

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  On October 2, 2010(3 years, 6 months ago.)
  • Vfull

    As an artist I want people to view my art, but not download it. Right now Facebook doesn’t allow artist to control this and if I allow people to view my images, they can also download them. My images are copyrighted and I can’t have anyone who wants to to just use them. I need payment for usage of my images. I don’t want people to use my images for free, and do with them what they will without my permission.

  • Farmer Marion

    so what prevents people from using that photo for their own devices?

  • Farmer Marion

    so what prevents people from using that photo for their own devices?

  • Daniel

     Guess what? Any picture on the internet can be download, even without a download button of any form. If you don’t want other people to have your art on their computers, then you shouldn’t be uploading it at all.

  • Gav

    I concur with you here, that there needs to be an option to disable downloading of images. There might be a way to ensure web services provide the option to disable download and print order services through legal avenues. Most agreements to the use of supplied images are between the copyright owner and the web hosting service and not other third parties–those that download the images. If the web hosting service gives access to obtain the content they hold, then the web host could be breaching standard copyright agreements and could be liable to class actions! Although they might claim to hold copyrights on anything posted to them, they can’t legally enforce that claim, as copyright remains with the owner supplying content unless agreed otherwise. In these cases the owner agrees to allow the web hosting services to publish and exhibit the images. That agreement does not extend to reselling or even giving away these images to third parties who are not part of the agreement. I am still research options here!

  • Gav

    Any image might be copied or maybe even downloaded, but the quality is usually poor, so most people are not putting that at the top of their concerns list! Low resolution up means at best low resolution down!

  • JetJocks Aerial Photography

    Yeah, not so much. Photographers would go out of business on a mass level if that were the case. We control the resolution of the photo.


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