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Old Nov 24th, 2011, 06:21 PM   #11
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Are you referring to this route: Bridge, Tools, Photoshop, Batch?
The Batch window then shows: Play and Set with choices that I don't want but "none" isn't a choice.
Like I said, you need to create the "batch" process as an "ACTION" in Photoshop. Then you can use it from within PS or Bridge...either way. Easiest way is to experiment with the conversion, once you have it, record the Action in the Actions palette, name it, save it and you're done.

or...take eMacMan's suggestion and download GraphicConverter and use it in demo mode.
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... download GraphicConverter and use it in demo mode.
PAY for it--best shareware value there is!!

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I believe you may still need to pay for Graphic Converter if you want to do batch conversions.

I also use it to create index prints. Kind of like the old contact prints but far better, more control and a lot faster than PhotoShop.

Another routine use is to rename photos without altering either the creation or the modified dates. This last one is a huge plus if you delete a lot of photos and would like the good ones numbered sequentially or for that matter just do not like like the cameras default numbering system.
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For better control you can also do this from Bridge. Same PS Action will apply.
How do you get better control in Bridge?
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Old Nov 26th, 2011, 09:44 AM   #15
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Bridge is a powerful viewer, cataloger, and pre-processor. It works seamlessly with Camera Raw , Photoshop and probably many more Adobe applications.

How you use it depends on your workflow and needs. You can launch Bridge independently to sort, delete, move images, create new folders, import from camera, batch process using presets, etc. Or you can do all that from within Photoshop by choosing Bridge or mini Bridge.

Adobe Lightroom is basically Bridge, Camera Raw integrated with Photoshop but on steroids.
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Okay I've resized my images and jpegged them using Bridge and PS actions that I created. Thank you for your suggestions. Now I'm wondering which is the best online photo site to share photos. I tried Flickr but then I have to give other people the password to my Yahoo account, as it's tied in with yahoo. Are there better choices?
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I've never used flickr but people have certainly shared photos with me without requiring a password.

If Shaw is your ISP provider they also have a relatively small photoshare available to them. You can even make simple slideshows with a soundtrack. You can require a password or not according to your needs.

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Old Nov 26th, 2011, 05:11 PM   #18
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Flickr help:

Privacy and Sharing | Help | Flickr

Create "Sets" of the photos you want to share and then use the Share button to get a direct link to that Set that you can email to anybody. However, others can only leave comments if they've created their own Flickr account--or have a Yahoo! account, which is effectively the same thing.

I like Flickr because the terms of service of all the other photo sites I looked at gave them the rights to use YOUR photos any way THEY want. Only Flickr acknowledged that I keep the rights to my photos. OTOH, Flickr is marginally more confusing for those who are easily confused.

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Thank you for taking the time to help me out. I checked out your pics eMacMan and I was surprised to see the option to download the images at your site. (I enjoyed learning about Turtle Mountain.) My ISP is Cogeco. I'll ask them if they give clients web space.
Maybe I'll take another look at Flickr and Sets.
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Sashmo, when you said "give other people the password to my Yahoo account" are you referring to Flickr itself or the people you will be sharing the photos with once you post them to Flickr? If you mean Flickr, you should know that Flickr is owned by Yahoo so you are not sharing your password with anyone. If you mean the people you share with - I'm pretty sure you can use a different password.

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