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Pete's Tips 5 - check image before upload

Pete > Pete Blog > Pete's Tips 5 - check image before upload
08/11/2008 - 9:57 AM



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This is a quick way to see how a photo will look once it's uploaded before you upload it. many members at some point upload a photo and find it's not looking how they'd hopes. That's because your image editing program may display the image differently than the browser. To see instantly just drag the file from your desktop into your browser window and it will open and view like it will when it's been uploaded on ePHOTOzine. It's better if you set your profiles right in the first place, but this is a quick solution for those who haven't.

Tags: Browser, Image, Upload

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Boyd
Boyd e2 Member 1111213 forum postsBoyd vcard Wales11 Constructive Critique Points
8 Nov 2008 - 10:10 AM

Also if you're using the Save For Web and Devices function in Photoshop there's a little button (preview your optimised image in a browser) at the bottom of the dialogue page which will open your image in your browser of choice - in CS4 there's a big button called preview which does the same thing.

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LisaRose
LisaRose e2 Member 8172 forum postsLisaRose vcard United States4 Constructive Critique Points
8 Nov 2008 - 5:19 PM

I just tried it. This is a great tip...thank you!

Coleslaw
Coleslaw e2 Member 913403 forum postsColeslaw vcard Wales28 Constructive Critique Points
9 Nov 2008 - 10:23 AM

You can use preview function of EPZ as well when you upload?
Smile

HPalin
HPalin e2 Member 630 forum postsHPalin vcard Finland
13 Dec 2008 - 11:07 PM

Also, in PS you can use Proof setup ->Monitor RGB and then click Proof Colors (Ctl-Y)

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