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Re: large pictures on computer screen
I wouldn't recommend it. You'll never know when you want to order prints and lowering the size settings will give poor quality. I would go with downloading picasahttp://picasa.google.com/ as it as a nice option to re-size big pictures for emails (keeping the originals intact).
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Always shoot at the largest size your camera can handle. When it's time to e-mail, just right-click on the picture file and from the menu that pops up, choose e-mail recipient. Another dialogue box will open up and give you the choice to send large, medium or small images. Choose one and your e-mail opens with your picture(s) attached and your originals untouched.
If you right-click the picture file and then click on e-mail, you will be presented with choices of picture size. Choose one and it will open your e-mail with the pic attached, ready to mail. Your original pic remains untouched.
You do that on your computer. Right-click the pic and choose e-mail. A dialogue box will open and you can click on more choices for sizes. After you make your choice, your regular e-mail dialogue box will open. Your original picture is not changed using this method.
1. Take smaller pictures. Your camera should have mulitple resolutions available, possibly including one as small as 640x480. Since you didn't specify the model of your camera, I can neither tell you the smallest available on your camera, nor how to set it.
2. Reduce the size on the camera. Again, I can't be too specific, but there probably is an item in the Playback menu to resize pictures.
3. Reduce the size on the computer. Just about any photo manipulation software (free or otherwise) on Windows or Mac will have the ability to reduce the size of a photo.
My preference is to do it on the computer, preferring to take my pics at the camera's best resolution. That way, if Bigfoot wanders by or a UFO lands outside, I'll have the best pics I can get.
You need to change the size of the picture in your computer. Just right-click on the picture and choose e-mail. Choose more options and pick a size. Your e-mail will open with the picture attached and your original will not be touched.