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    Reducing a jpeg image.

    I need to reduce the size of My pics to post on another forum. How do I do this?
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    RE: Reducing a jpeg image.

    I haven't used anything but Photoshop for the last 17 years, but I think Windows still comes with a basic picture editor called "Paint".

    If you open the picture in Paint and click around a bit, you will probably find an "Image Size" which you can change the size with.
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    RE: Reducing a jpeg image.

    Download BIMP

    It sizes, does some basic editing, water marks etc.
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    RE: Reducing a jpeg image.


    ORIGINAL: MinnFlyer

    I haven't used anything but Photoshop for the last 17 years, but I think Windows still comes with a basic picture editor called ''Paint''.

    If you open the picture in Paint and click around a bit, you will probably find an ''Image Size'' which you can change the size with.
    I do it as Mike explained.

    In the schematic, I show a size reduction of a 50%.
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    RE: Reducing a jpeg image.

    If you don't want to spend $700 for Photoshop, you can download a free program called Fotosizer. Not bashing Photoshop.... I've been using it professionally in my photo restoration business for years, and I am a member of NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) as well.

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    RE: Reducing a jpeg image.

    thanks for the help its really helpful for me.


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