Resizing Images Online
By Alex DonFor anyone interested in learning how to resize pictures online, this is right place. This article discusses some of the easiest methods for resizing images online. Small size pictures are often necessary for sending through email, newsletters, or posting on blogs. A small photo may even be needed as an avatar, which is required for posting at various forums or e-zine articles, etc. The photos obtained from a camera are 10 times larger than what is generally found suitable for the above mentioned applications. Therefore, it is wise to use an online picture resizer to resize pictures online so that the desired photo is received.
Online image resizer websites
Online image resizer websites generally perform the job, and there are a large number of free online image resizer websites available throughout the net. To perform an online image resize, a browser should be used to open the web page of any of the online image resizer websites on a desktop or laptop. The web page will ask for a photo to be uploaded from the computer. This online process will take a few seconds. The web page will then ask to select the final dimensions of the resized photo, and if additional features are available, the web page will ask the user to select them. The correct dimensions must be given to be able to send and post the photo easily through email or at websites. Once the dimensions and additional features have been selected, the final command is given and online image resizing process is carried out, providing a new resized online image of the photo.
Using an online image resizer
This is the basic nutshell overview of using an online image resizer to get a resized picture online. It is important to ensure that the photo obtained is saved in the correct file format after resizing. The advantage of using the correct file format is that the photo features remain intact, and provide the same quality photo after several transfers, and provide the best print. A few different file formats compress the photo for saving, and this compression might deteriorate the quality and resolution of the saved photo.
reshade.comfree online image resizer and a photo enlargement application first asks you to locate the image -- by browsing or from an existing site.
Set the criteria you desire for the shot -- for instance, if using the shot in an email, it shouldn't me larger than 640 x 480.
Results are shown as a link to the final shot, or a link you can embed in your blog or web site. Without a free sign-up account, Reshade deletes the photos shortly after resizing. So, you'll want to view the image, and drag it off to your desktop for emailing or posting in your site.
If you're sending photos, you should use an online image resizer, which is the best tool available, and can achieve the desired photo by following very simple steps. With the help of these websites, anyone can resize images online for free. The main advantage of resizing photos is that whenever they are sent or posted, the end user will be able to view and download these photos with ease, using any type of browser or monitor. Resizing a photo is equally important for people doing business through the Internet, as more and more customers want to see the photo of a business owner. Anyone who wants to resize and crop pictures online for personal use, or when required for business purposes can use free online picture resizer to get the desired photos for free. This process if very fast, and provides resized photos that can be saved and used once or multiple times.
by Alex Don
Alex is a writer on image resizing technology for Reshade. The company specializes in image processing offering a free online image resizer and a photo enlargement application. What's special here is the ability to enlarge images without losing quality as is usually expected when upscaling. Their site, reshade.com also offers a free image gallery where you can browse and download high resolution images resized with the online image resizer maintaining quality. Source Alex Don
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