You can also load your photos in photobucket at the size that is already good for the forum by clicking on the options button then no additional resizing is even needed.
If I may, I've found two pieces of software which are small, free, and do the job.
For Windows XP there is Microsoft Powertoys Image Resizer. Right click the photo, choose resize, choose the size, and save. It saves in the original file type, but MS Paint can change that easily enough (Save As).
For OS X there is ImageWell. Simply drag the photo onto the program, choose the size and file type, and drag the photo back off the program.
I resize all mine with Picassa so they are resized before downloading plus it saves alot of space on your computer......
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I just open the image with paint and resize to 44% .I can then upload the pics straight from the computer instead of needing photo bucket.
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The best free image resizer I have found is photo gadget,
everything you need for free, check it out ...
use GIMP... It's basically photoshop... Except free...
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Someone suggested photofiltre to me and I thank them! Photoshop is a little too involved for me
Another interesting site that I use, especially for resizing an image for a wallpaper on my phone. It works great!
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One suggestion is to use microsoft paint. Open the image, click resize (win 7) or edit--> resize, choose a percentage to shrink, then file save as .jpg.
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