|23rd of February 2002 (Sat)||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2002
If I take pictures with the highest resolution and finest compression and later want to send the picture over the internet, is there a way to resave or copy the file with less size?
|26th of February 2002 (Tue)||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2001
I use the following technique
1) Open the highest resolution picture in photoshop.
2) Save it using Genuine Fractal format.
3) Reopen the Genuine Fractal file and specify the image size. Generally I select 600 pixel as the width of a landscape picture and the height gets scaled accordingly.
4) Now select Save for web in Photoshop.
5) Select quality medium and save it as JPG file.
Normally a 18MB Tiff can be reduced to 30 to 50KB size in the above method.
If you do not have Genuine Fractal, you may use Photoshop Image resize with resample checked on. Otherwise you can download of the free Phtoshop action from Fred Mirenda's site.
Hope this helps.
Moreover, for vieweing on monitor you require only 72 dpi resolution. So if you save it for web, it will do that and your file size will be smaller.
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