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Re: Do you think this might be Hot Babe?

  • Subject: Re: Do you think this might be Hot Babe?
  • From: Betty Ann Gunther <bettyg@cybermesa.com>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 08:39:07 -0600

Is there a way to make it larger in size but keep it at the same number
of bytes? I didn't find a dpi setting in photoshop. Just height and
width and bits per second. I experimented with those settings and could
only reach the required 50 k or less by reducing the height and width.

John I Jones wrote:
> Betty (and everyone)
> Remember that when you look at the size in the program that you are
> using to resize the photo, it will be larger than the compressed size
> when saved as a jpg. I takes a little practice but you don't have to
> be exact.
> When I looked at Betty's picture in Photoshop it was 58 KB or so but
> only 44KB when stored on my hard drive as a jpg.
> John
> On Apr 28, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Betty Ann Gunther wrote:
>> Bought it at my local AIS sale. It looks like the only picture of it I
>> can find except that the spots don't look very maroon to me. Can anyone
>> tell me if this is Hot Babe or identify it as something else. It is
>> cute, but I am not sure about its name.
>> Just downsized my first photo using Photoshop Elements. Only took
>> about 1/2 hour to read directions and do it the first time. It is so
>> tiny, I hope you can see it.
>> Betty Gunther
>> <PosHotBabe1websizes mallerweb. jpg>
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