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Re: offlist questions

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] offlist questions
  • From: John I Jones <jijones@usjoneses.com>
  • Date: Sat, 17 Apr 2004 20:28:51 -0700

One thing Michael didn't mention. That is that all (well 99%) computer 
screens have a resolution of 72 dpi. If you send a 300 dpi picture to 
the list it will show up  300/72 or a little over 4 times bigger.

Please re-sample your pictures down to 72 dpi and size them to 4X6 or 
there about.

On Apr 17, 2004, at 12:40 PM, Cathy wrote:

>  Linda;
>  I haven't seen any on list suggestions So here are some basics for 
> any that are interested.
>  Yes non-digital images have to be scanned but scanners are cheap.
>  Iranview 3.8 is FREE from www.iranview.com.  It includes the basics 
> such as cropping and red eye. The resizing function is easy allowing 
> custom resizing by dpi pixels cms or inches. It also has a simple half 
> or double size button or 640 x 480, 800 x 600 etc buttons. The "save 
> as" function allows you to keep digital photo info such as xpif etc.
>  The "save as" function is where you find the very important "Quality 
> " slider the lower the setting the higher the compression and smaller 
> the file size. Start with resizing your photo to 4x6 or 3x5 at 300 
> dpi. Save as with a quality setting of 40 and check the  saved file 
> size. Adjust as necessary. Netiqutte considers 49kb as a courtesy.
>  Higher DPI with lower quality compression is recommended over over 
> low dpi and higher quality compression.
>  Make a folder for the images you are going to post so they are easy 
> to find when you hit the attach button in your email program.

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