I have about 20 pictures I want to email, but they're huge and not everyone has DSL. Plus when I 'insert' them into the email, they are so big you can't see the whole picture on the screen. Entourage does not have a feature (that I've found) that lets me manage image size. So I need to bring them down to a reasonable size. Normally, when I have a few I'll use Photoshop to scale them down and do a Save for Web, which brings the image down from megs to a kbs.<br><br>The idea of doing that for a flock of pictures is too much to think about. It's not how I want to spend my weekend. <br><br>So, my brothers and sisters in the creative world (or not) can you suggest a way to manage this?<br><br>
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Well, if you can make a Photoshop action that is appropriate for all the pictures (say, scale to 50% and save for web), you can use that with Photoshop's "Batch" command to automate that process ... push the button then go outside and take a nap on the hammock ;-)<br><br>***matt<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
iPhoto makes it fast and easy. Put the pics in an album. click on the album , choose "export" from the file menu. You will then get a message box to put in the dimensions you want.<br><br>Once you export to the desktop, you can then zip/stuff the folder and attach to an email.<br><br>Or you can shift click the photos in iPhoto and click on the email button on the bottom.<br><br>Or you can use a third party app like Resize!<br><br>there are a lot more apps out there to do the same also<br><br><br>My Stuff
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