Hi Gail, No current digital camera produces such images in any setting because.
Those would be of too poor quality. Some camera-phones can produce.
Such images. The simplest way to go is to get a software that will resize pictures.
For you. One may be included already with your camera. If it is not,.
Try xnview which is free. - Itai.
Thanks for the reference - will check it out. What puzzles me is that I get emailed photos all the time from friends and family and they are all in this smaller 32K and up size. I can't imagine my brother, for example, doing a resize function. So could it be that it happens automatically when the photos are downloaded from camera to pc? And is there a setting I am unaware of in my A345 or FinePix software that would do this?.
Hi Gail, The size of an image is related to it's resolution. So if you set.
Your camera to it's lowest resolution and lowest image quality you.
Will the smallest images for your camera. Be warned the smallest.
Images are unsuitable for printing. Depending on your camera you may have gotten some software with it.
That downloads pictures for you. Such software can have an email.
Function that will resize images for you. There are even cameras.
From Kodak and Casio who do that in the camera, creating a small.
Version of a larger picture for you without removing the larger.
Version. The advantages of this is that you get a version suitable for.
Printing and for emailing. If you set your camera to produce.
1 megapixel low-quality images, there's not much else you can.
Do with it except email it. - Itai.
By googling around I found a tool that is just what I was looking for - RPE Photo. This easy to use tool enables size and resolution changes to photos to be emailed or saved. Photos for email are much reduced in size, but still look fine. Originals can remain in FinePix size for printing...
I severely compress photo's for email unless they might be printed.
It is a little effort but the steps I take are:.
1. copy photo to a seperate folder so original isn't messed up.
2. properties/ change to 72 DPI (from 300).
3. Crop the photo to just show the imprtant parts.
4. image size reduce size to aprox 5 X 7.
5. SAVE-AS/ click on MORE to get a scale-run that compression to 20% (way off to the left) This attachment of my pet is an example-the photo is less then 9K Attachments:.