Nice clear photo! And the daffodils are
definitely hinting at Spring. For first trys - I'd say you are a fast
The dimension size of the photo is fine for
me. I love that size. However the "file" size is still quite large for
those who are on dial-up computers. At 185/186 KB's it would take them awhile to
open the photo. If you can get the file size down to at least 60 KB's (by
compressing it or using an optimizer (or both)) then the photos you send would
be quicker for those users to view.
Those "options" on my program (Paint shop Pro) are
available when I am resizing or resaving - - under "save as". Then I look
for the "options" button. Other programs (again under "save as") may read "set
compression size"; or may use numbers (that come up automatically when one
"saves as") like "Medium 7" then go to "Low 4". Still other programs (under
"Save as") may list it as "quality" - simply reduce the quality. In
effect it does reduce the quality -but for web use one hardly notices the
I looking forward to many more wonderful photos by
you. It's fun learning with a new toy isn't it? I hope you enjoy
your camera as much as I do.
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Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 11:59
Subject: [iris-photos] Oh well-one last
I believe I found the right size this time.
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