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otooleg

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I think I might be being a bit dum but can you all help me please. I use Photoshop CS and take mainly RAW images. When trying to save images in a format acceptable to this forum i.e. JPEG, I can't seem to make them small enough to view - what am I doing wrong? Images are visible on www.gallery99293.fotopic.net in various sizes.

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Can't you resize them to 600x400 and save them
as JPG with 10% reduction?

That's what I do...

Email me a image.. See what I can do..
 

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George,

Once you have resized the image to within the 800 x 800 limits

select File\Save As .........

save as .jpeg and click OK

You should get a .jpeg options dialog appear

simply slide the 'Image Options' slider up and down until you find the required file size (which is displayed at the foot of the dialog box)

hth,

Stu.
 
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Which George Stu?

This is going to be confusing... *wink*

LOL
 

dengli

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In CS there is an option for "save for web". You can resize your image and adjust the slider to get the file size needed.
 

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StagePhotography.co.uk said:
Which George Stu?

This is going to be confusing... *wink*

LOL
George Stu - Who's he ? :p
 
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Stu Stu! Not George Stu!!!

*confused even more*
 

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500 ish pixels on longest side. 72 DPI.

Save as Jpeg.

File size around 50 to 150k.
 

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Thanks Gents - now sorted the problem - the image I wanted to display is attached!

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George
 
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Well done matey...

Looks cold up there....

Frosty this morning down here...

BRRRRRRRRRR
 

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George - Nice shot George

George - Cold here too

George - pics can be a bit bigger if you want 500px on the longest length.

George - well explained to George

George - Glad you took Georges advice

George - Keep posting

George - keep giving the great advice

George & George - could this get confusing ??
 
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*shaking head*

Life begins at 40.....

I keep telling myself that...

:)
 

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StagePhotography.co.uk said:
*shaking head*

Life begins at 40.....

I keep telling myself that...

:)
Get's even better after 60!!!!!!
 
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