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Old 12-30-2003, 09:19 AM   #11
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It will, but I believe there's another option that doesn't, or you could keep the originals elsewhere and shrink copies. This is the method I use for my photos. I upload my 1290x1024 pictures, and make a second copy in a folder called 'thumbs' .. Then I shrink the first set to 800x600, and the second to 160x120 as thumbnails. Then I have a simple php script that links it all together, as follows: http://slinky.no-ip.org/~ferret/fish-images/
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I should also note this is just the tip of what mogrify can do. It is a full image editing toolkit. It can adjust colors, crop, stretch, etc. I believe at its core, the GIMP program (Linux's version of Photoshop, just as good), uses mogrify for a lot of things.
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our gallery uses mogrify as well as a few other serverside scripts to manipulate the images that are uploaded.
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Old 02-07-2004, 09:41 PM   #14
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I recommend Irfanview. It's free, simple, and good. It's very popular and has been around for years and years
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Old 02-09-2004, 12:46 AM   #15
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I just found this link on another forum, it's very informative and could be very helpful for our photographers here at AA.com

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Old 03-21-2004, 06:31 PM   #16
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Resize pictures - Kodak EasyShare

Anyone with a Kodak EasyShare camera can use the software that comes with the camera.

1) click on the image you want
2) hit the "edit picture" button
3) hit "save as"
4) choose 25%, or 50% from the resize list. Which one works best will depend somewhat on the exact model of camera.

BTW...Kodak EasyShare software is the 2nd most commonly used image software behind Adobe. EasyShare is available free from www.kodak.com
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In windows xp go to start>programs>microsoft office>microsoft office tools>microsoft office picture manager i just found this program this morniing

when you resize something the filesize changes even though some times it doesnt say so

also has a great auto balance feature
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Old 07-08-2004, 04:24 AM   #18
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Here is a enlarging tip I read somewhere.
Do the enlarging in small steps of 5 to 10 percent at a time. The enlarged image will not be as soft doing it this way. To save time you can make a action in photoshop.
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10% increments using bicubic smoother, there are better programs for upsizing, like Q-image and Genuine fractals.
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Not that this is such a hot topic, but in XP (And maybe other Windows OS that has Outlook) I select all my photos (either CTRL+A or individually) and then right click on one of them (Should be blue if selected) and use the send to..mail receipient. In Xp at least, it asks if you want to resize the photos, I click the show more options and use 800x600. I can do em in batches this way. Once the conversion is complete, It then loads up the mail 'composing' screen and I simply create a folder and drag drop, then cancel the email...pretty lame huh..Ya Im that **** lazy I guess ; )

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