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Old Oct 30, 2005, 11:59 AM   #1
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Old Oct 31, 2005, 9:54 AM   #4
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Your shots are beautiful, but then Algonquin Park is a piece of heaven on earth anyway.

Can you play around with PS and try to post larger shots? They would be even more outstanding if you can. Just don't ask me how ............ it's hit and miss with me and I can't figure out how some are huge and some are tiny.

If you ever want help with things like that you can always go to extreme makeover. Those people are amazing.

Keep posting!

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Thanks alot! These are just a few of the good ones, i'll try to make them bigger but i dont think they can go over 250400 bytes. Just play with it a bit and see what I get
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I've resized,but I don't know about quality, only small to start with.
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Old Oct 31, 2005, 4:42 PM   #7
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Another resized.

I do it in photoshop elements 2.

Image

Resize

Image Size

Width: 640

Height:480

OK

Save as

File name

Format: JPEG

Save

Quality: 5 Medium

OK

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I really like the pictures

If you are using Window XP there is a plug-in in the "powertoys" section on the windows website called image resizer. All you have to do is rightclick on the picture and chose the resize option. As long as you have a good quality picture to start with, this tool works pretty well. This is only to resize a picture to a small size to make it easier to post on the web.

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