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  1. #16861
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    If you are a PS user the scaling the output is probably the easiest way after all you are in the program already. If you are a Windows user Irfanview is great for image resizing if you don't already have it.
    Generally on forums you don't want to post any images wider than about 1000 pixels otherwise the load times start to slow down dramatically for people with slow connections or who are using phones or tablets.

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    mr2xfour,
    That's a great portrait. Double welcome to you. As new member of DCResource as well as Nikon forum.
    Regarding the size, posters here have to resize since the forum, unlike some, doesn't automatically resize before posting. That's what I like about this forum since there are certain shot that can't be fully appreciated in 800x600 dpi. Saying that, I wouldn't like to see an image that's four times to the size my monitor can handle.
    Nikon D90, D80
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  3. #16863
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2xfour View Post
    Thanks, glad to be here! It's nice to receive a reply in a forum like this in the same year I post something! lol! Is there a quicker way to scale them down other than using the save feature in Photoshop. Or is that the way to go?
    Yeah, this is a pretty active forum. Last year Jeff Keller (the admin/owner of this site) went to work for DPReview, but was nice enough to keep this site up and running.

    I use NX-2 for PP, and just resize and save the image in JPG form. Typically using 960 x 640 (as above). Another way is to post to another photo site and link from there. I prefer the former method as then I keep a separate file folder of "posted" shots.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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    Ha! See, I can change...


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    Congratulations to Adam Scott on being the first Aussie to win at The Masters, defeating Angel Cabrerra (Argentina) in a second sudden death playoff hole. Three Aussies had a shot at the green jacket this year... must be the water.

    I'm sure that Greg Norman is a proud mentor, and that Australian golfers are a happy bunch as well.

    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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    Ha! See, I can change...


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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Another way is to post to another photo site and link from there. I prefer the former method as then I keep a separate file folder of "posted" shots.
    If you use Flickr for example you can simply make a set called "DCResource" and keep posted shots there. Sets are virtual so if you post on DPReview you could also have a DPReview set.
    The advantage of a hosting site is that you only have to upload once then you can link to as many forums or other locations (Facebook, Blogs) as you want and you can select the size of the image posted to suit the occasion.

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    Lovely sky K1W1, would be great about 10 minutes after sunset.
    I'm sure that Greg Norman is a proud mentor, and that Australian golfers are a happy bunch as well.
    Let's face it Australian golfers are a happy bunch because their beer cans are bigger :-)

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    Ken. Augusta is in your back yard... You weren't invited? Tsk, tsk, tsk. I will have to talk to the Masters invitation committee about this oversight.

    A very photogenic golf course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Lovely sky K1W1, would be great about 10 minutes after sunset.
    The photo was taken about 90 minutes after sunrise looking generally NW. Sorry but I wasn't going to wait around for 10 hours or so for the sunset shot. Besides it was pouring with rain by then.

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