Images in Email
make them a suitable size."
Question from John about images in email -
My photos are all 2-3MB which makes them slow to email and eats up
How do I reduce them to some KB's - do I do it on the computer, or by
changing a camera setting ? Will it reduce the quality ?
My camera is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3.
- Hello John,
There are a number of ways to tackle the size of images in email -
- Some email apps give you the option of reducing the
image size when you attach it to your email so that it transmits more
you send it - this might appear as large, medium or small.
- If you choose to reduce the size on the computer then
here are some details
on how to do it. When adopting this method, remember to save the new
image with a different name so as not to overwrite the original.
- Image size can also be set in many cameras, including
the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS3. Information on this can be found in the
camera's user guide (Page 59 for the Lumix DMC-FS3). This
method will enable you to produce smaller images and fit more of them
onto your memory card but their quality will be reduced.
- Many thanks John for this - very helpful and I'll get started right
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