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49468Re: sending photos

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  • Don Avila
    Dec 5, 2006
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      Go to http://www.irfanview.com/ and download the free/shareware
      program IRFANVIEW. With just a couple of clicks you can resize any
      photo to any size. With Irafanview you can just resize the photos
      quickly and easily and you can then upload them to any site that has
      size restrictions.

      ...don

      --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, "flyerbait" <flyerbait@...> wrote:
      >
      > --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, "ryuen_w" <ryuen@> wrote:
      > > > Being on a slow dial-up connection, I do not want to simply send
      > > > photos that come direct from my digitasl camera. Those files are
      > at
      > > > least 1.5 MB and would take me about 7 minutes each to upload.
      > > >
      > > > I can use Photoshop to change the size and resolution of the
      > pics
      > > > from the camera so as to get a smaller file size. Do you have a
      > > > suggestion on the smallest photo size and resolution that will
      > still
      > > > show up with decent clarity on the web site?
      >
      >
      > Depending what version of photoshop you are using, In C.S ver's,
      > first i open the file, Crop any parts out of it that are out of
      > focus, using the crop tool,
      >
      > then select "Image", Image size, and reduce it too 800x600 for a
      > normal picture, or 1200x800 for a computer screen sized background
      > picture. it should automatically resize both sides, if the option is
      > checked.
      >
      > then you look under the "file" tab, and select "save for web" this
      > opens another window, gives you the choice of jpeg, png, gif file
      > types and sizes. Jpegs are for photos, gifs are for pictures that
      > have more of a mono chromatic feel to them, drawings etc. they save
      > in a different way to jpegs, and png files are an format that
      > is "open source" or un taxed format. by all legal rights, though it
      > is rarely enforced, the company that owns the legal rights to the
      > jpeg format, can insist that a website owner pay money to use their
      > format. The alternitive to that of course is png file format. (bit
      > of useless information)
      >
      > Save your altered "save for web photos in a seperate folder on your
      > pc, then close the altered photo in adobe, without saving, so you
      > keep the original untouched.
      >
      > have fun
      >
      > Leigh
      >
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