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Well I reduced the size of a photo on Picture Manager and the quality reduced so do I need that program?

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I haven't personally used the software R.S.V.P was taking about, but since it's free I would give it a try :wink:

Which picture are you trying to improve? If you give me an idea I *might* be able to locate a better copy for you :)

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Thanks, and sorry for confusing the issue :lol:

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That's okay, Ian. At least we all got a laugh out of it :lol:

The software you posted Stephan looks cool. I personally use Photo Impact XL.

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TheCollector wrote:I haven't personally used the software R.S.V.P was taking about, but since it's free I would give it a try :wink:

Which picture are you trying to improve? If you give me an idea I *might* be able to locate a better copy for you :)

Ian :mrgreen:
Well, Google Picasa is basicly the best organizer when you have thousands of HQ photos on your HD. What Google Picasa offers is to resize photos of any size to a 3x5, 5x7 and 8x10 size when you want your photos to be printed through your online photo labotary.

If you really want to work with photos and graphics I'd recommand Photoshop which I am using.

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FatimaDenmark wrote:The software you posted Stephan looks cool. I personally use Photo Impact XL.

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Thanks Fatima, you'll like it very much once you get used to it since it's the best organizer when you have lots of photos on your HD.

You can also share your photos with friends though Picasa without sending anything by e-mail. Your friends can simply download photos from your HD that you like them to download.

And last but not least there's the Picasa Photo Album. I'm currently using it as Beta version, but I don't know if you can already access it as free users. Google asked me to test it, that's why I'm having it.

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Post by leela »

I look for large sized images on Google Images. They turn out pretty good for 4X6's. For 6X8's, wallpapers are the best. I don't send out 8X10's.
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TheMailman wrote:http://kinoguru.com/images/promo/x_men_3/19.jpg

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Hi TheMailman {up}

Sorry I couldn't find a better one, but yours isn't too bad as it is. You should get a pretty decent 5x7 from that.

The only other half decent pic I found was: Image

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Post by defevtoo »

If I am not mistaken, there are more advanced resolution now. I think I read about it on my local forum, and I am from California, please Check This Out. It is interesting, but resolution is vital as it significantly influences the quality of your pictures. You may try one and the same photo in different resolutions to see the result yourself. Please advise your findings.


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