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Resize Images With iPiccy Photo Editor

How To Resize Your Images With iPiccy Photo Editor

There are a million reasons you may want to resize images. To fit within certain formats, to not make your social media posts gigantic, or to make your website load faster. Everyone likes when web images load faster. Web images needed to load fast. If an image doesn’t load fast, people are way more likely to give up after a few seconds and just move on.

iPiccy Can Help You Resize for Free!

As a graphic designer who designs for both print and web, the ability to resize is necessary, among others. To become proficient in all the photo editing skills will take quite some time. With various programs like Adobe Photoshop, it’s quite the commitment. iPiccy will do a lot of the heavy lifting for you though. First things first, iPiccy works best on Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox as a secondary. You don’t need to create an iPiccy account to use this program. However if you do, it will open various features to you.

QUICK TIPS:

  1. JPEG format for web images
  2. 72 dpi is optimal for web images (dpi=dots per inch)
  3. 600 px width will fill the content area of your web page
  4. Optimize your pictures for Facebook or Instagram

How Resize Images for the Web Using iPiccy

  1. Upload your image to iPiccy and open it in the Editor
  2. Click Resize Image. It is the 4th option on the left in the basic editor.

  1. Manually enter the width and height. If you want to change the shape of the image, uncheck “Constrain Proportions”.
  2. Click Apply to save your changes
  3. To Save your newly resized image click save at the top middle.
  4. It’s a good idea to rename your photo as you don’t want to save over your old photo.
  5. Generally you want the highest quality, but that’s a preference for you to choose from when saving.
  6. Click Save Photo!
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  • jeson clark

    it’s Really Nice tools i was try it

    if suggest you ,
    you can try to add image editing blog on it and
    add image retouching , backgroud remover etc.

    for above type you refer :- http://magargraphix.com/photo-editing/

  • Can i use this tool for professional photo editing like photo retouching or color adjustment?