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CesarRios 01-28-2012 01:12 PM

Technical problems / Resizing a photo
 
I've just joined TE.
At first it seemed to be the perfect place to improve the qualities of my photos by receiving critics from more experienced photographers. Nevertheless, I did read many comments on photos that indeed don't produce anything.
Even though I tried to add a photo but I haven't been able to do that. My photo has 1Mb and it's too much! It's made with a camera with 7Mp. How can I add this photo? How can I make a good photo smaller that that?

I know that it's not the proper place to this question. So, if someone can help me, I'd thank if he could send me an e-mail to [email protected]

Thanks,


Cesar

Porteplume 01-28-2012 02:58 PM

Bonjour Cesar,

Which post-processing programma do you usually use?

Remember the sizes:
Maximum Size: 300 kilobytes
Maximum Length: 800 pixels
Minimum Length: 250 pixels

Here a tip in Photoshop Elements: http://www.compugoddess.com/resize-photos_pse3.htm

warikoo 04-29-2012 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CesarRios (Post 1202935)
I've just joined TE.
At first it seemed to be the perfect place to improve the qualities of my photos by receiving critics from more experienced photographers. Nevertheless, I did read many comments on photos that indeed don't produce anything.
Even though I tried to add a photo but I haven't been able to do that. My photo has 1Mb and it's too much! It's made with a camera with 7Mp. How can I add this photo? How can I make a good photo smaller that that?

I know that it's not the proper place to this question. So, if someone can help me, I'd thank if he could send me an e-mail to [email protected]

Thanks,


Cesar

you may use microsoft office picture manager 2003 also.

daveRen 04-30-2012 04:46 PM

Please let us know what type of computer you have so we can help you in more detail - Apple or Windows?

SANROW 05-22-2012 03:30 PM

Re sizing
 
I use Infraview tool to resize the photographs. You can down load from the web. The process is quite simple. Open the photograph via Infra view, under the option Image you will find the Resize option. This opens the dialogue box and is self navigational with sub options.

Try it out


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