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    Im creating an online photography portfolio.

    I have mulitple digital images in .tif format that I want to optimize for my website.
    Any recommendations in terms of: format/compression/decreasing loading time.

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    Most graphics programs can do that for you. If you talking about a web page to do it try http://www.mediabuilder.com or http://www.spinwave.com

    A little off topic, you might want to also check out http://www.imagefolio.com

    Hope this helps

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    PhotoShop 5.5 now has a Web Photo Gallery that will optimize & format your images into web pages - thumbnail to original image size - that you can customize via any HTML editor to your color & style scheme of your website.

    File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery

    There are many CGI scripts and other software to create photographic galleries and graphic editors to format your images for the web - PhotoShop being one of the best.

    p.s. About.com is a good place to start as it has many resources related to image optimizing that you can search for, such as these links on Optimizing Images...and another crosslink to a series about graphics Reducing JPGs

    Would give you some other resource sites on image galleries & such but I am at my other computer, my office HD is dying!

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