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TAG | “Images and Optimizing Files”

Nov/14

26

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-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/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.

 

rubygrace-riding-560

 

 

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Nov/13

26

Images on the Web

What I did to resize was change the width in image size to 560.

Original image size: 720 x 540

New image size: 560 x 420

File size: 66 KB

This young woman is riding a horse.

This young woman is riding a horse.

May/13

1

Images on the Web

First, I opened Adobe Fireworks CS5.1. Then, I clicked the open tablet and selected the picture of the girl riding the horse from my desktop. When the image imported onto Fireworks, I selected Modify, Canvas, and Image size. When the dialog box opened, I clicked on Width under pixel dimensions, and changed from the original dimensions, 720 pixels wide by 540 pixels long, to 560 pixels wide and 420 pixels long. Then, I exported my new picture to my Mac hard drive, where I placed it under my Web folder.

 

Optimized image

Girl putting her guns up while riding a horse

 

 

May/13

1

Images on the Web

Resized Image

Guns Up!

I resized the image by optimizing the picture’s file into Fireworks.

Then I changed the size of the image from 720×540 to 560×420.

Nov/12

27

Images on the Web

To resize the image, I first opened the saved image to Fireworks. Next I clicked “modify>>canvas>>image size” Next I only altered the width to 560 pixels and made sure “constrain proportions” was checked. I hit ok then set it to “JPEG – better quality” under optimize in the top right hand panel. Lastly, I saved the image and then clicked export.

The original dimensions were 720 x 540 pixels. New dimensions are 560 x 420 pixels.

image after resizing in Fireworks

Nov/12

27

Images on the Web

To resize the riding image I imported it in fireworks and changed the width to 560 pixels. Once it was in Fireworks I went to modify-canvas-image size and made sure the width was 560px and the constrained proportions box was checked. I then made sure that the picture was cropped/ constrained correctly.

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

The new image dimensions are 560 X 500 pixels, and the file size is 75 KB.

Riding in West Texas

 

 

Nov/12

27

Web Lab 3

In order to re-size the image I simply followed the steps according to the instructions on the Web Lab 3 page. I opened Adobe Fireworks and used the picture that I downloaded to my desktop to re-size. I then followed the steps to use the correct measurements needed to fix the oversize image.  The original dimensions for the image were 720 pixels wide and 540 pixels in height. The new dimensions are now 560 pixels wide and 420 in height.

Nov/12

27

Images on the Web

Horse riding in West Texas

To resize this image I first copied and pasted it to my computer’s dashboard. Then, using Adobe’s Firework I set the dimensions  of the image from 720 x 540 to 560 x 500. I then saved the new image as re-cropped pic to the dashboard. Finally I uploaded it to my post using the upload insert feature.

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