Okey dokey… I set my res to 2M… plenty. I can look at my pics later if I want. I’m not making posters, I’m taking pictures inside a house. I don’t need a 8 x 12 of a leaky faucet or cracks in a foundation. I’m not sure what res 2M is but I’m pretty sure it’s more than the native resolution of the monitor I work on or that the client is going to look at pics with.
More importantly, I try to identify and document defects as I go. I’ll use my finger or sometimes a pen to point something out. I can also really quickly edit in photoscape… it’s actually faster than internal report tools as you can kinda “batch” annotations/text if you choose. Just click thru the “tiles” and 5-10 mins later I’ve tackled 30 + pics if I needed to.
Photoscape, along with pre-saving comments for my reports (having items pre selected for a library you’ve created can make life easier) and illustrations has cut down report time for me.
BTW… did you ever try the PV software that I mentioned? :mrgreen: You never responded to me. :):) http://www.inspectionnews.net/home_inspection/reports/18829-inspectvue-thread-retract.html#post142270