In a half-hearted attempt to learn to use the camera better, she changed all the settings as suggested in the manuals. It worked! Pictures started to turn out a little better, her ability to adapt to different lighting improved, and the picture load was plentiful. Larger file sizes meant greater flexibility in editing, though the girl didn't use that flexibility to it's potential. The girl was pleased with the minor improvements she'd made, until one day when the mean, evil blog monster pointed out that in doing so, she had exceeded the storage capacity of her little blog.
Disgruntled, but not defeated, she pondered and contemplated what to do. One thought was to delete all the pictures previously uploaded, resizing them, and uploading again. Another thought was to delete the blog altogether and start a new one, paying closer attention to the file sizes. And yet a third was to cave in to the blog monster and pay for additional storage.
This girl was not excited to pay for storage since the blog in question has been in operation for less than a year and her previous one didn't fill the minimum storage allowances in 5 years of frequent use.
Alas, lesson learned. The girl will always resize her images in photo software before uploading them, and the blog monster will make a little bit of money due to her