Preparing images for the web


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Preparing images for the web

If you're planning to put a photograph on a website, a blog or elsewhere online, it's important that you save it in the correct format and make it as small as possible so that it's fast to download at the viewers end. Elements' Editor provides a special interface where you can do just that. It's the Save for Web workspace. So say that I have edited this file and I'm ready to save it so that I can put it on the web. I'll go up to the File menu and instead of choosing Save or Save As, I'll choose Save for Web.

That opens the Save for Web workspace. Here on the left side of this workspace, I can see the original photo and over on the right, I can see how the photo will look with the compression settings way over here in the right-hand column. As I vary those compression settings, the preview here on the right will change, and down at the bottom left of the preview is a report of the file size, which will also change as I change the Compression Settings. There i...

Preparing images for the web
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Preparing images for the web provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

Subject:
Photography
Software:
Photoshop Elements
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