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    Kodak Z 740, Closeup
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    I love the composition. Just a little bit of space on both the sides would have made it better there would have been separation from the frame. Similarly a few flowers are cut at the top of the frame. A bit of more space at the top would have been good as well.

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    Had to crop to keep the pic less than 200KB.

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    I am uploading this just to show that you need not crop an image to reduce the file size. I downloaded this image from your email. I reduced the quality level and the image size came down to 193kb.

    I am trying to pointout that you need not crop a photo to reduce its size. There are several variables like the dimension of a file (length and breadth pixel size). I have constrained the longest dimension at 800 pixel.

    In this image, I just increaesd the contrast. No other changes are made to the image.
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    Thank you for all the tips. What I did do was to reduce quality using "Faststone". Even at 640x480 the size came to 245 KB. However, after seeing your reply I tried Nero; and I stepped down from 2536x1932 to 800x600 to get a picture size of 193 KB.
    It was as a last resort that I cropped while using Faststone.
    Thank you for taking all the trouble
    A.S.Chandrashekaran

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