Resizing question.

tko187

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Hi guys, i want to know how to resize pictures so i can send by email, straight out the camera the files are too big and take up too much space and take ages to send, is there a easyway to do this anyone?? Also i know that outlook express gives you an option to resize suitable for email but i am using gmail, i want the resize not to affect the quality of the pic. Thanks.
 

tko187

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Thanks so much, saved me a lot of hassle, i take it i need to do them all individually or is ther an option where i can do a whole bunch all at once?
 

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tko187 said:
Thanks so much, saved me a lot of hassle, i take it i need to do them all individually or is ther an option where i can do a whole bunch all at once?
Just hold down the Control key CTRL and click on the photos you want to resize (or just press CTRL+A to select all in the folder) and then just right click on one of those selected and choose risize and it will do them all in one go.
 

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you gota canon right?...

menu,

quality,

select RAW +S ....S is for small jpeg compressed.

you'll get less on your card but with a 4gb card you'll still get well over 200 pics. ive got a 5d with 14million pixels and i get well over 200 pics with that setting. i dont use it though.

you can just send those images because there small files. from my 5d a small jpeg comes in at about 505kb so yours should be less than that.

sorted :D
 

tko187

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Thanks so much guys, yeah Saintly i got a canon 450d, still learning, so you reckon i should shoot in RAW? Will the quality still be the same with the pic on small size? So what do you think, i should resize once on computer or on the camera? Whats the pros and cons?? Cheers
 
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