@bakizp, I've noticed that the filesizes of @m1903's are always larger than necessary. I remember you posting a guide to ensuring the filesize is not as unnecessarily large, but I can't find it. Do you still have it handy please?
I don't understand. Sorry. Did you mean source? If you did; Show Spoilerhttps://static.spartak.com/m/56d3/848a/14dc/229e/23c4/3adb/000a/5861/1280_1280_max.png
Oh no, it's got nothing to do with that. It's just that I've noticed that all your cuts are 247KB in size. This is due to some properties that you're saving them as, because the filesize of cuts shouldn't be that large, and should be under 100KB, or slightly smaller.
I remember that bakizp posted a method to ensure that the filesize is more "normal" when saving in Photoshop, but I couldn't find it, so I asked him to post it. Hopefully when he does so, it would help you save it in this way
I was just about to post it
However m1903's cuts are not saved with 16bits/channel.
What works for me is to crop his finished image once again,and then filesize becomes normal...
Don't use Save for web,use Save as from the File menu.
What about this?
Compression = None / Fast
Interlace = None
Should be smaller
Non. I was already doing that. so it kept quite a size.
And what about Compression = Small ,Interlace = None?
Interlace is what makes file bigger,compression reduce it.
Now, cool. 103 kb.