Lou wrote:I'm a step behind you using Adobe Photoshop Elements v7 (PSE). Yes there are some annoyances, sure get tired of saying no to their online offers, and the save file type sure could be remembered during a session.
Lou wrote:On the other hand it sure does all I am able to do - or is that willing to do.
Lou wrote:Every time I look around I don't see that much more for the money.
MikeGale wrote:On saving for web I've never found an automated tool that is particularly good. I look at the image, try a couple of things (ususally no dither, usually big palettes (nowadays), if it's JPEG the most compression that I can visually tolerate...) and generally get a pretty good image. I still can't guess it first time every time. I still get cases where PNG or GIF is clearly the winner and I only found out because a hunch said try something else. So I'm no fan of automatic save algorithms.
MikeGale wrote:Enough of the background. Recently I often find myself using a free tool that is pretty natural to use and tends to do a good job. That's Paint.NET.
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