Re: digital camera and CD-ROM coupon for film
- Try looking at www.tucows.com. It usually is at the top of their list. I
use it all the time. It is NOT the end all and be all, but it's easy to use
and does all the things I want to do to get a picture ready for the web. It
can resize, crop, change extenrions, gamma correction, etc. Good luck.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry McCool" <mccoollh@...>
To: <dist-gen@...>; "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>
Sent: Monday, October 28, 2002 11:10 AM
Subject: Re: digital camera and CD-ROM coupon for film
> Me again--
> I have been saving "picture" type messages into a temp-pic file and then
> working with them with IrfanView.
> This program, I believe is downloadable but from where I am not sure. My
> got it for me. It's quite simple to use, ( like good for an old man) and
> also sets up a slideshow in more than one size.
> Larry & Doreen McCool
> Calgary, AB Canada
> Our new address is
> Our website is now at
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>
> To: <dist-gen@...>
> Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2002 5:03 PM
> Subject: digital camera and CD-ROM coupon for film
> > Grocery store advertising has the little digital camera with zoom that I
> > wear (necklace-style) marked $100 less than the price in June 2002. That
> > camera has been used more than any other from a lifetime camera
> > the last few months -- in the yard, riding scooter, tour of family
> > landmarks in Calgary, to the playground, at meetings, visiting
> > Same grocery store has a coupon for Photos on CD free with One Hour
> > Photofinishing with undeveloped APS or 35mm film. Coupon is good until
> > November 2 and doesn't mention the size. One of the other stores near
> > hotel has a higher cost for "professional" size images. The main benefit
> > personal film scanning is cropping, touchup and meaningful file names
> > an image is saved.
> > Learned today from a mailing list. Internet Explorer 6 has an option to
> > "Enable Auto Image Resizing." If it is on, oversize images may not look
> > sharp on the screen. If it is off, oversize images may need to be
> > I like to see web images 800x600 pixels or smaller using a flat panel
> > set to 1024x768.
> > One of the participants in the mailing list posted links to his
> > articles with pictures. Does he want us to see a man without a head or
> > without feet? Another person has a family group picture with caption
> > the names, does he want us to see the faces with no names or the
> > bodies with the dog at their feet?
> > Elizabeth
> > http://www.afhs.ab.ca
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