2013-02-06 2:24 pm EST
Thank you for your question. If you are familiar with Photoshop or similar image editing programs, you know that image processing is very resource intensive.
These are webservers which are designed for serving online content, not personal computers which are made to handle major image processing.
1600 x 1200 will fill a typical browser window, which is usually larger than you want a website image to display. It can also slow down your website load times, since it takes more time to load larger images.
You want to do as much as far as optimizing images before uploading them.
I recommend using Photoshop or a similar program for sizing the images before uploading. Gimp is a free program similar to Photoshop that can process batches of images at once.
Many galleries are available in Softaculous, and any should work as long as your photos are optimized prior to uploading.
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