In uffish thoughtOld image◊ The image was watermarked, which is insta-pull. I'm busy GIS-ing for a replacement, but it seems like the best images are all from when they were younger, like this one◊. That may be okay, but over all the Harry Potter pages it seems like the images lean towards older shots. This one◊ or this one◊ could work, but I'd like more thoughts. Any other suggestions/comments?
In uffish thoughtBouncing bumping boing, since this should be an easy thread to resolve. I like the third one best. Anyone else want to chime in?
edited 27th Apr '12 7:53:40 PM by Feather7603
PhinaticI like the one with them in their Gryffindor robes.
agree with that. At no point in the Harry Potter films did Hermione pose stylishly while showing off her legs in high heels - doesn't make sense to use that on a page about the characters. The one with the robes◊ isn't as bad. Weren't we going to use that on ĄThree Amigos!?
edited 28th Apr '12 8:51:19 AM by abk0100
In uffish thoughtThose are good, but the third would end up small. Here's the second one at wiki size.
edited 11th Jun '12 11:52:50 AM by Feather7603
In uffish thoughtVery true; I hadn't thought of it that way. I now like the first one, the first-year trio standing together, the best.
Anime-tedSince the clock's up and that one has some consensus behind it, go ahead and put that one on the page and I'll take care of the rest.
edited 15th Jun '12 7:23:08 AM by Feather7603
In uffish thoughtLooks fine to me; this thread can be locked. I agree with only having part of the normal image tag (the "Image chosen in IP thread..." part), since it doesn't really matter if it's changed again without discussion, this only being a character page, and that's unlikely.
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