Edited by DonnaHerron, 25 August 2010 - 06:41 AM.
Posted 25 August 2010 - 06:41 AM
Posted 25 August 2010 - 07:47 AM
For example, here's a pic that's 420x520 pixels:
And here is at 840x1040 after using "200%" for both Horizontal and Vertical Stretch/Skew:
Posted 25 August 2010 - 11:20 AM
If you want high quality images that can be resized at ANY time without distortion, I recommend making your images in a vector format. Then you can resize them to any size and save them in the format needed for your web page. JPGs are good provided you use a very good graphics editor that has a decent compression algorithm. Paint.net is a good free editor. Inkscape is a very good free vector editor. Both allow you to save in the other formats as needed. GIMP is free and good, but has a steep learning curve.
If you are uploading images that will be printed, you will want these made at a minimum of 150 DPI.Higher for better quality, but the file sizes get very high and you should zip these and just provide good thumbnails.
FREE software (No Animation):
http://www.getpaint.net/ (Very user friendly)
GetPaint Plug-ins: http://paintdotnet.f...wforum.php?f=16
GetPaint Help File: http://www.getpaint....t/en/index.html
Pos Free Photo Editor: http://www.photopos....hoto-Editor.asp
10 Free Web-based Alternatives to Photoshop: http://www.lifecleve...s-to-photoshop/
Inkscape (Very good for vectored graphics) Windows and Mac: http://www.inkscape.org/download/
Enlarge Your Photos Without Sacrificing Quality (FROM: http://www.pcworld.c...nl_wbx_h_crawl2): http://www.pcworld.c...escription.html
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