How to Crop, Edit and Re-size Images for Printing, Email & the Web
Joe Vangsness, Speaker

Downtown Computer Club - Chicago Computer Society

National-Louis University
122 So. Michigan Ave.
Room 5026 (5th Floor)
Chicago, IL

Thursday, January 28, 2010  6 to 8pm

6:00pm - 6:30pm Open Forum
6:30pm - 7:50pm Presentation
7:50pm - 8:00pm Wrap-up

Open Forum - Tips, Tricks & Traps
Are you having problems with your software or computer? The open forum gives you a chance to get answers to your questions and learn about new developments.

Presentation - How to Crop, Edit and Resize Images for Printing, Email & the Web

Now that digital cameras are in widespread use, it seems that everyone wants to print, email or put their pictures on the web. But not everyone knows how to crop, edit and resize their images.

This presentation will provide an introduction to handling digital images:

  • What you need to know about the various digital file formats (jpg, tiff, etc)
  • What image size and resolutions are needed for the task at hand
  • How to use software to edit and resize images
  • How to include images in emails or attach them
  • How to store your images so you can find them later
  • A review of software widely used for editing and managing images

About the Downtown Computer Club of the Chicago Computer Society
The Downtown Computer Club is one of several clubs and special interest groups of the Chicago Computer Society. We meet on the fourth Thursday of month unless that date conflicts with a holiday.

Our meetings are free and open to non-members as well as members.

Joe Vangsness