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Re: Web graphics
From Lisa at ForensicPress on 22 May '99
replying to Re: Web graphics posted by Darryl

>Lisa I looked at your sunrise.jpg picture. It is to big (33k). What you
>did was made it smaller in your html editor. It is about 450 pixel x 296 pixel.
>If you resize it in a paint program (like Paint shop pro)to the size it appears
>to be on your front page, It will be about 6k. Then you can reduce it
>more using a free service like http://www.netmechanic.com (giftbot). By using this
>service you can reduce it 50% more and still have good quality.

I don't understand. I do not have a "sunrise.jpg" image anywhere on any of my sites. I think you may have me confused with someone else. Either way, it isn't really file size that I'm having a problem with. It is the fact that I am scanning in professional product shots to include on my website. These pictures range from 4x6 to 8x10. No matter what scanner I use(I've tried 3 different types), the pictures never seem clear. I've tried scanning at a high resolution and then resizing in Photoshop. I've tried scanning at low resolutions and uploading the original picture. I still do not get crystal clear images like I see on other websites. What should I try now? Thanks in advance.




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