Learn how to master the task of sharing photos effortlessly
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How to Share Photos Easily
Hello and welcome to Digital Issues. You have died hopefully anyway to a Digital Life a little less painful. Today, we’re going to cover sending photos. One rule size does matter. So if all you want to do is send a few photos for viewing basically make others jealous of your latest exploits then you need to shrink them. We’ll get there fast and we’ll open quicker besides trust me.
Nobody needs to see your face filling up that computer screens. Okay take a look at my stamps here and I’m not sure about that one, I’m not sure anybody really needs to see that and I’m going to be a little better here like that one. Oh that’s sweet. Oh yeah that’s a keeper. I love it.
Okay so if you want to do is send a few photos pretty easy to send a few photos here within windows I’m going to explore. All I need to do is select the photos I wish to send and then I can choose right mouse and say send to mail recipient. Windows have given me option to the size I want to into my photos. I’m going to choose large and still keeping it under five megabytes to avoid that email being bounced back. I say attached. The photos will automatically be resized, put it on email, I put the recipient’s name, a very personalized note here whether I mean it or not and send that off.
I can also use Creator, rocks your creator a little bit more full featured application. Here within Creator, media manager I can rotate the photo. I can double click and do some light editing. I’m going to crop this photo to focus on the most important subject, me and then use the one button auto-fix to show off my ten, perfect, saved that photo. Now I can email them, select the photos again, right mouse, email, select the size and one more time recipient’s name, subject and a quick note and send that off.
Another option if you want to send larger files that maybe printed use an online service like Drop Box. You create folders online that others can access and then when mom as we know she will, wants to print a photo here’s a perfect one for her. She can download and do so. Time for you to get out there, collect those photos and share it a way, thanks again. Until next time.