Almost everyone has a digital camera nowadays, but most don't have any idea how to manipulate the images they take with the cameras. Most cameras come with default settings out of the box that produce very unwieldy image file sizes and these setting rarely get changed. Your family and friends may not be thrilled when you email them pictures from your trip that clog up their email for a week while they are trying to download the 20 pictures attached to the email that are 4 megabytes each.
Since most of us are avid travelers with our lil eggs and love to take pictures of our travels and lil eggs, I thought a post on tips and tricks on how to handle the images could be very helpful. I'm sure many members have made many discoveries about picture taking that they can share and help other members manage their digital photos. Feel free to jump in with any photo questions or tips.
First tip I'll throw out there is how to quickly resize images. The Image Resizer for Windows is the program I have used for years for quick and easy image size preparation to email or use photos for posting without having to open complex image editing software. Try it, you'll love it..
Keep on Scampin!