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Stefan Gr. Stefan Gr. Post 1 of 9
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hi all,

i do have an olympus 5060.
now, i would like to show my pictures here in the fotocommunity.

my question: what is the best way to resize the pictures from the original size to the limits of fotocommunity.com without loosing quality and sharpness?

i would appreciate any comments.

stefan - aachen - germany
Octávio Diaz-Bérrio Octávio Diaz-Bérrio Post 2 of 9
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Hello Stefan!
You have two possibilities:
1 - Buy an image editing program like Photoshop;
2 - Download this free program: http://www.irfanview.com
It allows you to resize (and many other things) your photos. :-)
Tim Scully Tim Scully Post 3 of 9
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Stefan, I just bought Photoshop Elements 2.0, a cut down version of the more expensive Photoshop. Resizing photos with it is really easy. Tim
Vladimir Danilov Vladimir Danilov Post 4 of 9
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If it's only about resizing and compressing the image without visble loosing of quality, then visit

www.JPEGImager.com

And download a free-trial program JPEGImager 2.2 Probably the best programm for compressing and resizing images!!!

The sharpness will be lost in anyway by resizing an image! So you will have to use a sharping filter. You can do it also in the mentioned programm. I like its special feature called "Fit to image size". Just click on it, type 130 kb, the programm will do the rest for you.

Look at my samples below, they're resized and compressed with that programm

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Peter Reilly Peter Reilly Post 5 of 9
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I am an avid photographer and coincidentally, marketing manager for a software publisher. We published a great tool titled StudioLine Photo, which is an all-in-one solution for photo editing, archiving, and sharing.

With StudioLine the original image is NEVER lost and you won't suffer generation loss as with other programs. You can also set preferences so images are always exported with the same properties, based on where you are using them. You could set a "fotocommunity" preference.

Try it for free - only $44US to purchase.

- Peter

PS: Thanks for allowing me the opp to speak about our software on this forum.
Julius Gregorio Julius Gregorio Post 6 of 9
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Hi all, my question isn't really how to resize the image, because I am able to change the image size on Photoshop CS easily. My question is in regards to uploading the image to fotocommunity. Some photos come out fairly large and others are extremely small. What image size should I use to get the maximum size photo on fotocommunity. Dimensions? pixels? Inches? etc..etc. Thanks.

- Julius
Vladimir Danilov Vladimir Danilov Post 7 of 9
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Hi, Julius!

It's very simple once you read carefully the conditions of uploading in the "Help" section (just click on the "?" button). The size of the image you are going to upload should be not more than 900*700 px and not more than 130 kb or 260 kb (if you are an instant member and have the "double posting" function). By following this you will always have large enough images.
Bob Proposki Bob Proposki Post 8 of 9
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Seems that Ifran Photo Editor hasn't been updated for a long time. I find a tutorial way to resize numerous photos and I used it when I needed to resize photos:

http://www.watermark-software.com/resou ... esize.html
Anila Jain Anila Jain Post 9 of 9
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If you have knowledge about photo editing in Photoshop then its a much easier task to do. Just follow the steps mentioned here https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using ... image.html
And if you are not expert in Photoshop then can use this site http://www.picresize.com/
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