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Subject: Re: Digital camera limitations. Date: 4/13/2003 7:19 AM
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Anyway, if you have the urge to see my initial 10D results check out

Doug, some very nice shots. My favorite was the ship bearing bridge sections from Japan. Boy, have we missed the boat when it is more cost effective to transport a bridge to us. Doesn't bode well for future jobs.

Back to photos. <Beginner's alert>. I am doing my website, a reflection on my trip to Honduras. It will have photos. I note that when I merely place two, small JPG or GIFs, it slows the "opening time" for a 56K connection to over 13 seconds or 3 seconds on a DSL. Yet, here you have numerous photos, much richer in detail than mine, and boom, your page opened in a nano-second.

Is there a secret to saving the picture that reduces the size of the file? I am using a Microtek 4900 and am struggling.

Thanks in advance, IvanGrowth
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