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    changing pixels for photo comp

    hey im not sure where else to post this as im a newbie.... however

    "Photographs entered must be no larger than 1024 pixels on the longest side "

    Im struggling to work out how to do this... i can resize, but not sure where to do this.... if anyone can help it would be awesome

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    What processing software are you using?

    This thread will help.
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    adobe photoshop elements 6.0 for windows

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    Hey Lucas, welcome
    It might help if you tell us what ,if any , photo editing software you have, we can then offer specific directions for your software.
    Usally it a case of image size( adjust longest side to 1024, or smaller) >image quality (adjust slider until you are with in the desired range. This is for Photoshop. I'm presuming most others are similar.
    There are other resizers available online I'm sure someone else will come along with a link if you don't have software currently available.
    Hope this helps, look forward to seeing some images

    Edit, I must be a really slow typist
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    we may have a winner people.... [/ thread]

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    In elements, simply go to "Save for Web". On the right you will see a selection for the number of pixels wide, just type in 1024. Up the top right there is an arrow pointing right. Click that and type in a file size ie 250K. Hit ok, and find a spot to put it and you're done.
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