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    Is there a free photo editor that I can use to reduce the pixel size of .jpgs? I need to reduce the size of a few photos for avatar and online uploads.
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  • #2
    Gimp.org

    It's Photoshop for free....
    Tim O'Brien

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    • #3
      If you just want an image manipulator this works great:

      http://www.irfanview.com/

      It's not an editor though.

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      • #4
        http://photobatch.stani.be/

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        • #5
          OK, OK photobatch it IS then!
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          • #6
            If you're using windows, you already have the software you need.
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            • #7
              Much as I support GIMP, I have to say that Artweaver is much closer to the feel of Photoshop:
              http://www.artweaver.de/index.php?id=68,151,0,0,1,0
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              • #8
                i use standart microsoft photo editor and i like him... he haven't got some cool optopns - but in general - not bad!!!
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                • #9
                  If you're using windows, you already have the software you need.


                  ...and which software is that? I'm running Vista but I don't see anything that can size down a .Jpg. Windows Photo Gallery comes with Vista but there's no export function that I can see.
                  I downloaded Picassa 3 and had reasonable success exporting smaller pixel sizes but it can't do thumbnail size. Is there something that comes in Vista Home Premium ser. pack 1 that I've missed? I've only had this machine for a week.
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                    Gothboy wrote:
                    If you're using windows, you already have the software you need.


                    ...and which software is that? I'm running Vista but I don't see anything that can size down a .Jpg.

                    Microsoft Paint!!!

                    In Windows 7, right click on the .jpg file, select "Open with ...". Pick paint.

                    In Paint, click on resize tool.

                    In the Vista version of Paint, the command to launch a similar resize dialog is in the Image menu.


                • #10

                  Here are a number of online photo editing website some of them are FotoFlexer, Pixlr, iPiccy, BeFunky and many more website that provide us free photo ediitng services online. Just try by yourself..

                   

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                  • #11

                    Yes, you can edit the photo pixel in the Photoshop.

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                    • #12
                      I use resizeyourimage.com , a very good and simple tool to edit size of any image.

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                      • #13

                        Be careful with Microsoft's photo editing options, they compress and degrade images heavily. Turn off "auto-save" options and be sure to ALWAYS work on a COPY of your images, not the originals, or you will regret it. I publish a digital photography magazine and we have tried anything and everything imaginable.


                        Photoshop is great, obviously, but too expensive. The best version of PaintShop Pro was Jasc's version 9.x (prior to Corel acquiring and butchering the GUI). Serif PhotoPlus is great and inexpensive. I'd recommend it for something affordable. Gimp is gimpy, for lack of a better term, and is only popular because it's free. Most digital cameras come with some sort of image editing software that works fine for this task.

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                        • #14
                          You can use Adobe photoshop.It is completely free.

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                          • #15
                            Paint Doodler is free online painting drawing and image editing tool. I hope you find it better,...

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