my 2

Discussion in 'The 1911 Forum' started by merc, Jan 11, 2004.

  1. merc

    merc New Member

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    here are my Colts

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  2. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

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    One for each hand...Their a nice looking pair merc! Now you've got your signature fixed, posting Pic's is accomplished...now we've got to get you through Pic sizing 101...;)

    Need to see some target results too merc...for us junior shooters, it's the only way to know what results we ought to be getting...:cool:
  3. merc

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    SG
    I am a very intent pupil
    teach me how so I can share my meager results
  4. Smokin Guns

    Smokin Guns New Member

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    merc, what camera are you using? On my sony under the file feature...there is a image size selection. I set mine to 640 x 480...see if you can find that thingy...;) Makes it a lot less painful on us dial-up modem folks...until we can get some of those big city phone/cable line speeds some folks are gettin'...;)
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    it depends also on what program you are using

    most pics can be cut down by using "resample" ,you click this option choose % or size you want ,then save as normal

    it also helps to save space to convert it to a jpg. .also helps down load a bit quicker
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    thanks guys
    I'll go check it out and try those things
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    I use MGI Photosuite, messed around with it...;)

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