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Nov/14

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Images on the web

The “Riding in West Texas” image was 720 x 540 pixels when I copied it to my desktop. I opened it in Fireworks, clicked on the “Modify” tab, then clicked on the “Canvas” and “image size” tabs. I typed 350 in the width box and everything readjusted automatically.

The image’s new dimensions are 350 x 263. The “optimize” tab was already open, so I just filled in the necessary information then clicked on the “export” link under the file tab.

A Texas Tech student poses with a horse in the middle of nowhere.

A Texas Tech student poses with a horse in the middle of nowhere.

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Nov/14

25

Images on the web

I opened the image in Fireworks and resized the image to 560 pixels wide. The original image dimensions were 720 x 540 and the image size was 109 KB.

After optimization, the new image dimensions are 747 x 560 and the image size is 106 KB.

 

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Sophia Halbrook horseback riding in West Texas

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Nov/14

25

Images on the web-Riding

In order to resize the image, I loaded the image into Adobe Fireworks on my Mac. I then resized the photo to get the appropriate width-560. I then changed the settings to JPEG – Better Quality. I then exported the photo to my hard drive.

The original dimensions of the photo were 720 x 540 and the file size was 109KB.

After optimization, the photo is 747 x 560 and 106KB.Webster_Riding_560

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Nov/14

25

Images on the Web

When resizing the image, I simply uploaded it to Fireworks and used the crop tool. I moved the box around until I reached the desired width and then I centered the picture. The original dimensions fro this file were 720 x 540 pixels and its size was 106 KB. The detentions of the image after I edited it are 560 x 464 pixels with a size of 74.3KB.

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Riding on the canyon.

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Nov/14

25

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My best friend Sarah and I went horseback riding at Palo Duro Canyon in October. This is Sarah and her horse Sparky.

To resize this image I first put it into Adobe Fireworks. I then selected it, clicked modify in the top toolbar, scrolled down to canvas, then image size. I then entered the number of pixels, 560 wide, I wanted it to be and pressed enter.

The original image’s dimensions were 720 by 540 pixels and 106 KB.

The image’s new dimensions are 560 by 420 pixels and 61 KB.

 

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Nov/13

26

Web lab 3

This file was a little too large to start, it was 570 pixels wide. I opened Adobe Photoshop, and resized it to 560 pixels wide.

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Nov/13

26

Images on the Web

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Here is the resized photo

To resize the image I first made sure I saved it. I then opened the image in Adobe Fireworks. In Fireworks, at the bottom, there is a button that says image size. This is where I clicked to change the image size. The image originally was 720 pixels by 540. It was too big for a webpage. After I clicked the image size button a window appeared where I could change the width and height of the photo. I changed the width to 560 pixels and the height automatically adjusted to 420.

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Nov/13

26

Images on the Web

The image was originally 720px X 540px (106.06 KB) and needed to be re-sized to fit the format of our website. With help of Adobe Fireworks, it was easy to resize the picture to 560px X 420px (92 KB).

Re-sized Image

Re-sized Image

First, I saved the photo from it’s original web location onto my desktop and opened it in Adobe Fireworks.
Second, I went to the “Modify” tab and clicked “Canvas”. Then, I went to “Image Size” (Ctrl+J).
The menu allowed me to adjust the width of the photograph to it’s new dimension of 560px, and automatically adjusted the height.
It was then necessary to “Optimize” and “Export” the photo. I selected JPEG and left alone all other settings.
Finally I went to “File” and “Export” to save my image. My personal file is “randileigh_riding-560.jpg”.
Make sure the image saves to the external harddrive of your choice and you’re ready for upload!

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Nov/13

26

Web Image

What I did to resize this image is save the original photo from a web link on to my desktop. Then, I opened the photo in Adobe Fireworks. The original dimensions of the photo were 740 by 540. I had to resize it by changing the dimensions to 520 and it automatically updated the length. After that, I optimized and exported the photo. I checked “optimize- better quality” and then exported the photo onto the hard drive.

 

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Nov/13

26

Cropping the image was easy to do. It was originally had around 720 x 540 proportion, so it was only a matter of resizing it through Adobe Fireworks. The file is 560 x 540 now.

Galloping through West Texas on my beautiful horse.

Galloping through West Texas on my beautiful horse.

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