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Resize Photos Online (if you need to for comments) — 18 Comments

    • Hi Khaled, your cat is random bred cat. In other words he/she is not a member of a cat breed but who cares? A really fine looking cat. Beautiful. And random bred cats are just as good, if not better, than purebred cats. Thanks for sharing.

  1. I have a brown tabby that is developing a yellow patch, flaky and she excessively grooms. I enclosed a picture, please let me know if you can tell what it is.

  2. In addition tpo PicResize, If you have XP Professional, right-hand clich brings up “Open with”, click “PAINT”. then
    “Image”, then “Stretch/skew. Select the percentage reduction for both width and height (same percentage) which you estimate would produce the image size you want, and then either save it as the changed original photo by clicking OK or save it as a 2nd version by clicking “File”. It’s hit and miss but you can effectively reduce the image size.
    The more modern Microsoft Picture Manager allows you to select the number of pixels for any photo. You can download it on the Internet.

    • Thanks Harvey. Excellent. I currently use a MacBook Pro and resize using Photoshop Elements. iPhone would do the job too. I have used PCs aswell. Most people who upload photos to comments don’t resize. The image are large at between 1500 px to 3500 px width. I rescale them online.

    • You did it perfectly. Well done DW. The problem with the rotation through 90 degrees is not your problem as far as I can tell. It is the metadata that is held with the image that was created by the camera, which I believe is your iPad. So don’t blame yourself for that. On the same website for resizing you can also rotate images. You might work something out. Here is Bigfoot and what a nice photo you have taken DW and how handsome he looks.

      tabby and white cat

  3. Most images are between 300 x 300 and 600 x 600. Think about the size of the frame we are posting in. I think 300 x 300 would work just fine. Plus it saves download time for users in areas of the world with ancient internet speeds. 600 x 600 in quite generous.

    • You’re right Dan, I am generous on picture size but you can also limit the amount of detail in a 600 sq image so that in terms of file size it is still quite light at about 50,000 bytes.

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