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Tech Tip 1: How to Reduce the size of a .jpg file

Posted on: September 7, 2008


You’ll find that when you download pictures from your camera or phone onto your computer, the file sizes of the photos are huge. Here’s a great way of reducing that file size: Just open the file using Adobe PhotoShop software and save it again – with the same .jpg extension. PhotoShop compresses the size and takes away the extra weight! A file size of 160kb can easily be reduced to 16kb!!

In the next posts to come, there’ll be more interesting and perhaps useful tips…keep readin’!!

– ciao!

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2 Responses to "Tech Tip 1: How to Reduce the size of a .jpg file"

another simpler method is to open it in paint and then just save it as a jpg image without doing anything..the size will be much smaller.

yeah i tried doing that, but Photoshop still beats MS paint in reducing the size of the image, by a large number.

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