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making jpegs smaller

24 January 2013 06:28
natalliabridge
Model


Hello
I have some images I'd like to upload but would like to make them smaller - all size on my JPEGs is 1.18+
how do i make them smaller?
Thanks


24 January 2013 06:36
1919_Images
Photographer


Download and use this, its really simple.

http://pixresizer.en.softonic.com/


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24 January 2013 06:50
GSC4X
Photographer
GSC4X
Location
United Kingdom
Gloucestershire
Gloucester

There are lots of ways, photoshop, irfanview or even just MS Paint!  Just resize the image......


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24 January 2013 12:45
tthompson01
Photographer
tthompson01
Location
United Kingdom
Lincolnshire
Grantham

Quote from natalliabridge
Hello I have some images I'd like to upload but would like to make them smaller - all size on my JPEGs is 1.18+ how do i make them smaller? Thanks



Remember to keep your original jpegs.

Resizing them will reduce the quality.
A camera is just a box, any image produced with it emanates from the eye and mind of it's opperator.


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24 January 2013 16:29
Plymjack
Photographer
Plymjack
Location
United Kingdom
Devon
Plymouth

One quick way to do a block resize is to use the send option if you have outlook. Right click select send and you get an option to resize them. then cut and paste them into a new folder.
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25 January 2013 07:42
James51
Photographer

Location
United Kingdom
Devon
Topsham

One very simple way is to upload them to Facebook, which will automatically resize them for you and then download them again.


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25 January 2013 19:04
55Photos
Photographer
55Photos
Location
United Kingdom
Cheshire
Chester

Download picture resizer from Microsoft site. When installed you right click on an image. In the menu you select resize - click on it, you are left with the original full size image and a smaller version too. Really easy to use.

http://microsoft-powertoys-image-resizer.en.softonic.com/
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25 January 2013 19:22
alexkidd
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alexkidd
Location
United Kingdom
East Yorkshire
Hull

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26 January 2013 12:10
Freelanderjason
Photographer
Freelanderjason
Location
United Kingdom
Surrey
SW London

VSO Image Resizer 4 works for me.

It's free, does batch resizing and makes a copy rather than resizing the original so no fears of you destroying your original.

More examples of my work on my website - www.jasonmcleanphotography.co.uk


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27 January 2013 06:47
theperfectgentleman
Photographer
theperfectgentleman
Location
United Kingdom
Essex
Chelmsford

Fastone resizer for me.
A free download that allows you to resize, watermark and rename and store in different file all in one go. and you still have originals.



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