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Old 10-14-2006   #1
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I'm sure most of you guys have sites on the web where you upload your photos. I'm also sure you don't resize & edit each photo individually. So how do you go about preparing your pictures to be uploaded.

Any hints.

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Hi aam1234,

I use BreezeBrowser Pro (www.breezebrowser.com) Proofing Tool to batch-prepare 'developed' RAW's (PhaseOneCaptureOne) for the web: resize, sharpen, add border, name picture(serie) and add sign

...then I zip them and upload the series to my PBase account



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That's way cooler than I thought!

Thanks for the tip Max.
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I'm sure most of you guys have sites on the web where you upload your photos. I'm also sure you don't resize & edit each photo individually. So how do you go about preparing your pictures to be uploaded.

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Actually, I do. I wouldn't dream of uploading a photo that I hadn't post-processed. As for web-resizing, what I do is do a fairly heavily compressed JPEG, which tends to have a file size of around 300-500 K Bytes, and then basically downsize each JPEG by halving the dimensions in Photoshop, which basically cuts the resolution (and file size) down by a factor of 4, typically ending up with a file size of between 75 and 125 KB. The actual web-resizing for sites that need it only takes a minute or so for each image.
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Thanks d.Green,

125-150K is that max I would go for too.
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I do this with Canon DPP. It came with the camera and does an excellent job of batch resizing, changing dpi, and even converting from raw to jpg all at the same time.

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I agree on the DPP deal, or I use Irfanview, which has been in my "toolbox" for years.
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Another vote for the canon DPP
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I use IDIMAGER to add captions and frames.

Then I use starexplorer to send them to my smugmug account.

If you want simple size/captioning/framing (also in batch) use bdsizer
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Well there is the old tried and true ACDSee (ver 7.0)

If you are going to stay in Photography - it is well worth the money. Also AISWatermark, you can batch/resize and watermark in a blink.

I do about 400 shots per horse show and it is a real fine program.


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