I went to Wall-Mart last night and asked for a camera that would take 194 kbs I guess you know what happened then. lol.charley
Yep, I can probably write that scene. I've been the star of it many times, looking for various items.
In this case that's not what you want. It's best to get a good camera that will take high resolution pictures showing plenty of fine detail. You can set it to take low res pictures, but you don't want that either. It's best to take the highest quality pictures you can, then make copies of the ones you want to post on the forum and shrink the copies so you still have the good originals.
thanks Steve, just trying save some time, to many hoops your way.so I just don't do pixs. charley
Photoshop elements has a button that says, "save for the web" or something like that. Then all I have t do it make it 20% and butta bing!
yep!!!jump-jump-jump.to much time. on our wokr. site just like e-bay just click-click done no matter how big.charley
Someone needed my camera more than I did. Left my PU unlocked in a senior community. They took my ash tray with a lot of change and my camera.
But we also don't get to see any interesting pictures you may have to post Charley.
The 16 year old who recently bought the T truck created a 13 minute video. While watching that video, it took all of a minute and a half to resize a batch of 100 pictures downloaded from our phone.
tried resizing then when posted to small.charley
There are thousands of ways to do it - one way I use sometimes is to take a photo with my phone that may be too big for the web - then I load it up to my Facebook account - they resize it automatically so it's way less than 100 kb without being too small in size, I can save it on the computer and post it here if I like - and take it down from FB within seconds if I don't want to post too much T stuff there
That's an excellent idea Roger. Our phone pics are always huge.
wow!!!!!!!!!!.Gary is right on, you don't get to see my junk tell I put it on e-bay or frymiller !!!!!.charley
I just checked the photos from the first digital I had in the 90's and at 480*640 the files would peak out at about 60KB depending on photo characteristics. Some were in the mid 20KB range if a dark scene.
I resize to 400/600 or the 480/640 will have results in the under 200kb size. Remember the KB size is the amount of data the file is on the computer, the 400/600 is the viewing size. J
My older nikon Coolpix 7600 has a setting when you go to image mode called PC they all turn out less that 200KB. I'll try to upload one.
I just posted a pix on mtfci!!!!! as my granddaughter says easy breeze. click, click done. anyway I hope to get my back fixed next week, then I can go back to work and I wont have time for this!!!!!!!!!!charley
Remember the magic word ...delegate...
send your pictures to Mr. Jelf for him to post
Your showing your age!
It is Easy Breezy
My granddaughter corrected me!
Sure, I'll do it. Or as Fred says, get some kid to show you how.
Getting back to the initial subject of this thread, I worked at Walmart for five years after retiring from school teaching. From my experience I can say that the saying, "you get what you pay for" is true. Walmart pays 'peanuts' and so you can imagine who they hire (and its not elephants). I only worked there to have insurance until I reached the age to get Medicare qualified. Although Walmart employees are required to complete company training on computer for the department for which they are assigned, it sure doesn't qualify them as experts in their fields. The low pay also leads to low morale and a 'give a **** attitude, which doesn't help customer service. Now, I know some other Walmart employee might jump on this and say I don't know what I'm talking about, but I'm just stating my observations and MHO.
The only positive that I can state for my five years with Walmart was that when I hired on, they had great employee insurance that was reasonable and it not only saved me financially, but saved my life when I had to have a quadruple bypass in the second year of employment. Every year the benefits went down and the employee cost went up to the point where I put off elective surgery until after I was off the Walmart insurance.
terry! don't beat up on Wal-Mart's insurance to much ,its what way every place. pay more get less is the norm.charley
There's something wrong when people working full time for one of the worlds richest families have to resort to welfare to get by.
Yeah, I couldn't live on Walmart wages. I just used the benefits, until they got to be a liability.