April 5, 2017
Removing the Background in Photoshop

Quick Guide on Removing the Background in Photoshop

To get a clear image, it is important that you render it using the tools in Photoshop. With this process, you can isolate an object from […]
March 15, 2017
How to Create Clipping Paths in Photoshop

How to Create Clipping Paths in Photoshop

Clipping path is a well known method to cut out the images from their backgrounds and giving a different backdrop. If you want to create a […]
January 28, 2017
How to Do Photo Skin Retouching in Photoshop

How to Do Photo Skin Retouching in Photoshop?

Photographers have the urge to achieve the beautiful skin in the end pictures. The skin looks natural and realistic if the picture quality is perfect and […]
January 3, 2017
Remove the Background

Remove Background from the Images using Various Tools in Photoshop

While designing or photographing a picture, the most unwanted thing is the background. In some cases, it needs to be removed to give the final finished […]
January 3, 2017
Tips to Ponder Upon for Portrait Photography

Tips to Ponder Upon for Portrait Photography .

Portrait photography looks stunning whether it is related to friends, colleagues, family members or models. Good portrait photography is a real eye-stunner but capturing such pictures […]
December 8, 2016
Photography Types

Photography Types that you will like for Sure

I love photography and it is one of my hobbies. Photographers have a sense of various types of photography techniques where the skills and expertise is […]
November 4, 2016
Edit Clipping Paths in Illustrator

Edit Clipping Paths in Illustrator

Photoshop is a good tool to work on clipping paths but have you ever tried your hands on Illustrator to fulfill your clipping path needs? While […]
October 10, 2016
Remove Background from Packshot

Remove Background from Packshot Photography – How To?

Removing a background from the photograph is a challenging task to do and may require a plenty of time if you are a beginner. To make […]
September 4, 2016
Optimized Images for Web

What is the Role of Optimized Images for Web?

Internet is an integral part in everyone’s lives. People go through the websites speedily so they want the sites to load fast. No one has time […]
September 4, 2016
Mirror Effect and Reflection

Difference between Mirror Effect and Reflection

You must have heard about adding reflection Shadow to an image to create a voluminous illusion and depth. But have you ever heard about mirror effect? […]

Internet is an integral part in everyone’s lives. People go through the websites speedily so they want the sites to load fast. No one has time to wait for the site to open for more than 3-4 seconds. So it becomes essential to optimize the images that are to be uploaded on the site.

Buffering speed and loading time must be so quicker that when anyone opens the site, he or she can view it without any halt. To keep the viewers hooked, proper image size must be used. It will sustain the interest of the viewers. But make sure not to mess up the appearance of the web page or else it will keep the users away from visiting your site. An inundation of images can break the credibility of your brand and invite a lot of bad users. To offer user friendly website, the design and loading speed of the images must be perfect.

Big images restrict the loading speed of the website and stop the user from downloading anything. Hence, resizing of the images become important as you cannot afford to lose your potential customers. Using photo editing software like Photoshop Express Editor, you can optimize the images. Any web page must not exceed the size of 100 KB including everything like CSS, HTML and images etc. this way loading will be much faster and smoother.

If not much editing then you can crop the image a little bit and remove unnecessary areas. There is a difference in cropping and resizing. In cropping, sections of an image get removed whereas resizing keeps all the elements intact but only optimize the images. While optimizing the image, you have to be sure that the images must be compatible with the browser. Don’t forget adding the image name and description about what an image is about.

Follow these simple things and optimize your website to provide a user friendly experience. Good luck!

 

September 4, 2016
Optimized Images for Web

What is the Role of Optimized Images for Web?

Internet is an integral part in everyone’s lives. People go through the websites speedily so they want the sites to load fast. No one has time […]
September 4, 2016
Mirror Effect and Reflection

Difference between Mirror Effect and Reflection

You must have heard about adding reflection Shadow to an image to create a voluminous illusion and depth. But have you ever heard about mirror effect? […]