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paul lessard_3
paul lessard_3 Member Posts: 186
my photos are currently @ 302KB but i need to make them 15k I've tried a bunch of things with no luck
thanks in advance for any ideas, paul

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  • Mad Dog
    Mad Dog Member Posts: 2,595
    I don't know Jack 'bout computers.........but

    I have an Olympus (which Noel showed me how to use)camera and program. When you get to where the pics are stored, you might have a part on top of the page that says "Image" if i click on mine it then gives you choices. One is "resize"...then I just make it any size I want. Hope it helps dude! Mad Dog

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  • Paul Rohrs_2
    Paul Rohrs_2 Member Posts: 171
    With my kodak 3.2 MP

    I can go into the "edit" function and then save them at 25%,50%,75%, or 100% resolution. If I am emailing them to someone, I usually save them at 50% resolution because of the time and memory it chews up. It is a small difference in picture quality if viewing them, but I would always print at 100% resolution. Hope it works for you, let me know how it turns out, or if you have those functions available.


  • alternety
    alternety Member Posts: 9
    JPEG conpression

    You may have some photo software already there that allows you to pick the compression level of a JPEG file you can create. This will be expressed most likley as a quality (good, better, best) or maybe file size. You may be getting a JPEG from your camera. There is also fairly inexpensive or free software around for creating/manipulating JEPEG files. Search Google.

    Be aware that when you resave a JPEG to the same file your software may recompress. This will continue to degrade the stored resolution. Always keep a pristine copy direct from you camera at the highest resolution and use that only for a source file. If you might forget, make the pristine ones read-only.
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