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Photoshop Elements 2 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide by Christopher Dahl, Craig Hoeschen

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Chapter 10. Preparing Images for the Web

The odds are pretty good that at some point you’re going to want to post your images on a Web page, or e-mail a few photos to friends and family. And whether you decide to post a snapshot of an old push mower to an Internet auction site or just want to send vacation photos to your Aunt Ruth, the considerations are pretty much the same.

Size and speed influence most decisions regarding image preparation for the Web, and they are the central themes of this chapter. The goal of virtually every step of every procedure that follows is to make your images as small and compact as possible. That’s not to say that we’re abandoning aesthetics altogether—after all, what’s the purpose of a photograph or illustration ...

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