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Jun 24, 2014 04:04 |  #106

Very much details explanation has been given to resize the image. I always use save for web but of-course keep in mind that the image quality is good enough.




  
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Jul 26, 2014 13:06 |  #107

xfgafzen wrote in post #17057555 (external link)
For some reason, if I do that, my results vary from poor to not so good.

Are you asking for help/input here?

And a strange "graphic" pops up in the above post when I quote it to reply to it -- any info on "****com/hu7j.jpg"?


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Jul 26, 2014 14:25 |  #108

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And a strange "graphic" pops up in the above post when I quote it to reply to it -- any info on "****com/hu7j.jpg"?

Spam, Tony.


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Jan 24, 2015 02:31 |  #109

When do you guys use this option? Do you/Should I use it for your FB pages and Stock Agencies or ?


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Jan 24, 2015 05:38 |  #110

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When do you guys use this option? Do you/Should I use it for your FB pages and Stock Agencies or ?

If your routine is to go into Photoshop, process pics, then post results dedicated for Web use and/or for sharing (smaller emails and such), then sure, Save for Web is convenient. If, however, you prefer to stick with a Raw processor (Lightroom, Camera Raw, Aperture, etc.) then you won't need to do a conversion...!


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Jan 24, 2015 16:00 |  #111

tonylong wrote in post #17397492 (external link)
If your routine is to go into Photoshop, process pics, then post results dedicated for Web use and/or for sharing (smaller emails and such), then sure, Save for Web is convenient. If, however, you prefer to stick with a Raw processor (Lightroom, Camera Raw, Aperture, etc.) then you won't need to do a conversion...!

I should add that this applies to "sharing", via the Web or email or other types of "sharing" but does not apply to "fine art
/printing" applications!!


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Jan 25, 2015 04:52 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #112

So for stock photography I should stick to Save As. While for Facebook, flickr I should concentrate on Save for Web?

Also is it a good idea to shoot in Adobe RGB, edit in Adobe RGB and then before saving or during saving convert it to sGRB?


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Jan 30, 2015 08:07 |  #113

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So for stock photography I should stick to Save As. While for Facebook, flickr I should concentrate on Save for Web?

Sure, as long as you only need a "small' display.

Funny, when I say "small". Back when I shot film 35mm "point and shoot" cameras, "small" was like, what, about 8x10? And yet, I have prints hanging on my walls from those days, 11x14, 11x17...so, CREATE!!!

Also is it a good idea to shoot in Adobe RGB, edit in Adobe RGB and then before saving or during saving convert it to sGRB?

Read the threads on Color Management, then go to our thread on Raw Conversion!! :)


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Apr 03, 2017 23:56 |  #114

Useful tutorial.. Thanks for sharing..


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Mar 05, 2018 00:35 as a reply to  @ christelrod's post |  #115

this thread is more then 10 years old.
Can anyone update it using the latest version of PS or LR?
That would be so great considering that we are now in the social media era where we have to deal with it a lot.


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Apr 14, 2018 18:56 as a reply to  @ ekfaysal's post |  #116

I agree.

Especially for those who are late to the game in terms of joining Instagram or Facebook to share their photographs. I'm sure one of their many questions is how to share their work via social channels while minimizing compressing or keeping the resolution as high as possible.

I think we all can agree that social media is here to stay and that sharing content is in its infancy. With that said, taking the time to make a tutorial (similar to what was done for the original thread) for sharing on social networks specifically would be a great investment and honestly a thread like that would probably be more helpful to people than just about any other thread on this site which is saying a lot because this place is such a great tool and helps so many people on a daily basis.

For what it's worth, I'm a millennial who works in the medical field and photography is only a hobby of mine, but most of my posts via Instagram or FB are of my photography shots. With that said, I'm very familiar and comfortable with how to share photos via social channels while keeping as high of resolution as possible (mainly thanks to me being a millennial and having had many social media accounts from the very beginning).

However, I'm thinking the people that would benefit the most from this new, updated tutorial, would be those who aren't computer or tech savvy when it comes to resizing pictures or messing with resolutions/dimensions and uploading them to social media and those who are only just now getting their feet wet with social media. Most of these people have never operated or had a social media account before having a Facebook or Instagram and still do not fully grasp the ability Facebook or Instagram has to share their photos as a photographer.

Sorry for the long post and I apologize if this is the wrong place to post it. Just some food for thought as it would only be helpful to this community and grow it even more.


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