Resizing Images

design

#1

I was wondering if anyone here could resize an image for me. I have no image editing software on my new computer, and thus cannot resize my logo to fit where I want it. If you can help, let me know and I will send you the logo.

Joe Forlenza
Senior Editor, HEAR Magazine
http://www.hearmag.com


#2

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I was wondering if anyone here could resize an image for me. I have no image editing software on my new computer, and thus cannot resize my logo to fit where I want it. If you can help, let me know and I will send you the logo.[/quote]
I’ll do it for you. Attach the image to an email and send it to webmaster@jessey.net. Make sure you include the dimensions you want, and whether or not you wish me to keep the aspect ratio the same.

PS: If you mean the logo that you have on your homepage, you need not send it. I can take it straight from there.


Simon Jessey
Keystone Websites | si-blog


#3

Yes, that is the image I would like resized. I want it to look nice when it’s made smaller, and would like it at a height of 100px and a height of 150px. So I have both sizes to work with. Thank you so much!!

Joe Forlenza
Senior Editor, HEAR Magazine
http://www.hearmag.com


#4

PS… My e-mail is editor@hearmag.com

Joe Forlenza
Senior Editor, HEAR Magazine
http://www.hearmag.com


#5

I’ve just emailed you the files as regular attachments.


Simon Jessey
Keystone Websites | si-blog


#6

Thank you so much!

Joe Forlenza
Senior Editor, HEAR Magazine
http://www.hearmag.com


#7

For the future, you should download Picasa, from http://picasa.google.com/. It’s free, and it works quite well for basic image alterations (including resizing, cropping, basic color balance fixes, etc.) with a very simple interface.

If you need a more full-featured image editor, there’s always the GIMP (open source).