Emailing photo is done by adding it as an attachment.
If you have multiple photos, you can add them all as attachment, or archive them as a zip file and then send the zip file instead.
There are problems though:
Image Compressor helps solve those problems when sending photos by email.
- Zip can't compress photo files
- Many email servers (if not all) limit the size of attachment
- If the size is too big, either your email is rejected, recipient will be troubled to access their inbox,
or even worse - the mail server itself hungs up.
Image Compressor can compress your image files to the size allowed by your mail server and your recipient's email server.
Step By Step Guide To Email Photos Safely
- Open Image Compressor
Open the image you want in Image Viewer.
If you want to email multiple photos, add them to Image Tray.
Click File -> Send To Email
You will be presented with 3 options.
As Compressed JPEG.
This option will compress the image file(s) before attaching them to email.
As Current Image File.
This option attach the current image(s) without any modification.
As ZIP File.
This option zip all image(s) into one zip and attach the zip file automatically.
Choose the option you desire.
Image Compressor will then attach the result to your mail client directly.
You can then type in your email message from the mail client and send it.