Saving for the web


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Saving for the web

Images that you would like to post on the web must be smaller in file size in order to load quickly into a browser. Depending on how large you shot the images and in what file format, you may need to save web versions of them by lowering their resolution value and saving them in a compressed format, such as JPEG. You can do this using the Save for Web feature in Element 6. Here is how it works. I currently have an image open from our catalog images folder in our exercise files. It's the Enzo's_new_car_02 image. You will notice here down at the bottom of the document window the document dimensions are being displayed. And this is a very large image, its 10.8 inches x 14.4 inches, at a 180 ppi. So we have a lot of room to work with here.

We want to save a web version of this particular image. So we know that we need to make it smaller and we need to lower its resolution and save it in a compressed format so that it will download quickly into a browser when we post it on the web. ...

Saving for the web
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Saving for the web provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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