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Original Air Date: Jan 8, 2016



Easy Resizing of Images


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An average smartphone camera these days has 2 to 3 times the resolution of what was considered state of the art just a few short years ago.

The sophistication of smartphone camera technology has advanced at an amazing pace in recent years.

With these amazing advances comes a first-world problem: large images that are so big they need to be reduced in order to share or post them.

Image file sizes as well as getting the pixel width and height properly set for your social media profiles can help you avoid stretched out or improperly cropped images.

Well, here’s a bookmark alert for whenever you need to make a change to your high resolution images: It’s called WebResizer.com.

The easy to use WebResizer tools allow you to change the file size, exposure, width, height, image quality, contrast, tint, color saturation and makes it simple to rotate or crop images with a few clicks.

There are lots of very sophisticated image manipulation tools on the web, but often times they’re very confusing to use.

If you want a simple one-trick pony that does it’s trick pretty well, bookmark Webresizer.com.

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http://www.webresizer.com

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