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  1. The last time anyone wanted a really art based portfolio from me, they wanted originals or slides. I don't have a lot of experience with the new online application programs, so I'd like the opinion of those who have more experience with them. I'm applying for a job at the local school board for an artist in residence program. The application is through Slideroom, and they're requesting 10 portfolio images "up to 5 MB each." The part that has me scratching my head is the "up to" part. The photos I have on my phone are roughly 1.5 MB. Do I need to pull out my DSLR and get some larger file size (but probably less well edited) shots, or are my properly white balanced pictures of lower resolution acceptable? I understand that photos for a catalogue need to have better resolution, but these are unlikely to be used in that way.
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